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Houston, tX - Colorado Springs, CO

September 4th - 17th

The Texas Brotherhood Ride consists of Firefighters, Police Officers, and EMS personnel who ride bicycles to honor emergency responders who died in the line of duty. Our mission is to provide emotional and financial support to their families and co-workers.

Andrew Haire




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Thank you for all you do! Dawn Engeling Administrative Coordinator Richmond Fire Department


Barbara Coykendall


Jason Hall

Much love and respect for honoring those that gave all.


Patricia Bryant


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In Honor. In Memory.  My husband. My hero.  Deputy Constable Caleb Rule 14C12 EOW 05/29/2020 🖤💙🖤 John 16:22 #ForCalebDoGOOD #BeACaleb #SayHisName #LODD #BacktheBlue #FallenbutNeverForgotten #ProudLEOWife #4ProudLEOKids


Andrew Haire

This year’s event will be honoring all First Responders who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Texas last year. We will begin our journey in Houston, Tx, and ride to the National Fallen Firefighter Memorial in Colorado Springs, CO. Traveling over 1000 miles, averaging 80-100 miles each day, we intend to bring awareness to and encourage continued support for all First Responders.

2020 Texas Line of Duty Deaths:

29 Firefighters

82 Law Enforcement members

Causes of Texas Line of Duty Deaths:

71 Covid exposures

22 Medical events

9 Gunfire

6 Accident responding

3 Struck by a vehicle on scene

- Andrew Haire
Andrew Haire
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05/17/2021 - 01/01/2038
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