We have fun, celebrate heritage, promote fitness and camaraderie all while providing support to our wounded brethren. Come join us as we celebrate the heritage of the U.S. Air and Space Forces and that of flight itself; from bike trails to contrails and beyond.
All military and civilians are welcome to join us! From Day 1 or jump in on Day 4!
The Air Force Cycling Team (AFCT) hosts the ride and provides what support it can. However, all riders are ultimately responsible for their safety, support, food, water, and lodging.
The Route for 2023!
Note: The roads will be open and law enforcement escorts are limited. See disclaimers below
September 7th, 2023
September 8th, 2023
September 9th, 2023
September 10th, 2023
Neither the United States Air Force, nor the Air Force Cycling Team (AFCT) assumes any responsibility. Anyone joining the ride assumes their own liability
These sponsors have supported the ride or have donated to the Wounded Airman Program! Want to help out? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The M2M Jersey celebrates our heritage…
The roundel on the front is our Nation’s national insignia on military aircraft, and the M2M logo on the back has the contrails of the Air Force Memorial supported by the plinth of the Wright Brothers’ Memorial, just as our heritage rests on the shoulders of the Wright Brothers
The two planes subdued into the jersey are not only beautiful, but represent our heritage and that of flight itself from the Wright Brothers’ 1903 Flyer to today’s multi-service F-35. From bike trails to contrails and beyond!
Frequently asked questions
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Yes, there are multiple hotels at each suggested overnight stop
Kitty Hawk: There are many options including Quality Inn, Days Inn, Best Western, Shutters on the Banks, Travel Lodge,
Norfolk: Fairfield Inn, Candlewood Suites, and Studio and Suites, Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn.
Capital Region of Richmond: Many, many options such as Hampton Inn, Hilton, Marriott.
Fredericksburg: Multiple including Best Western, Quality Inn
No. The plan is to have each person upload the final route into his or her navigation device.
There will be no dedicated medical support. So far, we have two doctors riding and two support vehicles that may be able to assist. If you need medical help, it would be best to call 911
In short, yes. But be sure to consult the regulations. There are limitations to the number of days per year.