Soldier Ride The Hamptons 2012

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Soldier Ride The Hamptons 2012Held in honor of LCpl Jordan C. Haerter, USMCRide 30 or 60 miles on a bike or walk/run/jog or stroll one of two 5K's held in Amagansett or Sag Harbor.  Soldier Ride The Hamptons is a program of the Wounded Warrior Project- Join us in Amagansett or Sag Harbor- Cheer, thank and support America's Wounded Warriors. A tribute to LCpl Jordan Haerter at Marine Park in Sag Harbor at 10:30AM when the ride rolls into town. A Lap of Heroes on Main Street Sag Harbor at 11:00AM. Community picnic for all registrants 12-4 in Amagansett at Ocean View Farm. Amagansett or Sag Harbor Walk $25.00 Cycling 30/60 miles $25{21 and under} $50Visit: www.soldierride.org/thehamptons

Rock The Farm-  6:00PM at Ocean View Farm- Tickets sold separately

Visit: www.rockthehamptons.org

Walter Noller July 19, 2012 at 09:42 AM
There will be live music for those who finish the ride/walk in Amagansett. The lineup includes Telly and Brad providing their unique blend of acoustic sound, the fabulous Joe Delia and Thieves followed by Michael Weiskopf and the Complete Unknowns doing Michael's own songs along with his renditions of Bob Dylan music and to cap the daytime talent is the incredible voice of Inda Eaton who will also be providing the National Anthem at the starting ceremony. Even those who only want to sign up for the walk will be provided this incredible lineup of music, picnic and the chance show support for our wounded veterans.
Megan July 19, 2012 at 01:41 PM
I'm wondering why this event is not on the Patch front page? I had to go through many pages to find it. Taylor, can we give this event more prominence? You have a list of things to do this weekend and this event is no where on it! Thanks.
donna rubino July 20, 2012 at 04:58 PM
so tell me why the town of east hampton is wasting taxpayer dollars having employees put up flags in Montauk when the riders are not coming to Montauk as far as I can ascertain
Steven Darenberg July 22, 2012 at 10:47 AM
I was one of many riders that rode to Montauk. Thanks for the support!
William Hess July 23, 2012 at 05:16 PM
The 60 mile route went to the lighthouse... It was a rest stop. I was there.


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