Riding for Rangers
Riding for Rangers is a month-long cycling fitness and fundraiser leading up to September’s Six Gap Century Ride in Dahlonega, Georgia.
OnPoint 1-1 and GallantFew
OnPoint 1-1 and GallantFew team up to provide participants an opportunity to get fit for the arduous climbs of Six Gap while raising funds for U.S. Army Ranger scholarships and transition programs.
This year Riding for Rangers commemorates the 20-year anniversary of the courage and sacrifice exhibited at the Battle of Takur Ghar, Afghanistan on March 3-4, 2002 during Operation Anaconda. Better known as Roberts Ridge, the fierce fight eliminated al Qaeda resistance on the ridgeline at a cost of the lives of seven U.S. special operators. All US special operators that day lived up to the Ranger Creed to “never leave a fallen comrade to fall into the hands of the enemy”.
People ask “Why does my donation go toward?”
Donating $10 supports our Ranger Gold Star child education fund.
Donating $25 provides Rangers educational materials for the Ranger For Life transition training.
Donating $50 provides 30 minutes of professional career counseling for a Ranger Family transitioning from military service to civilian life.
Donating $100 provides 60 minutes of professional career counseling for a Ranger Family transitioning from military service to civilian life and gets you a bonus entry to our post-ride raffle.