Face of America Gettysburg

This April, we All Ride the Same Road

World T.E.A.M. Sports’ annual Face of America is one of the largest non-competitive bicycle and hand cycle rides in the mid-Atlantic region. With an anticipated 750 riders, including nearly 180 adaptive military veterans, our April 27-29, 2018 ride will inspire participants, spectators and supporters.

Presented by Capital One Bank, Face of America offers two distinctive routes for participants. Riders selecting our classic route will travel 110 miles from the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia through suburban Washington and the rolling western Maryland countryside to the historic Civil War battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Overnight is in Frederick, Maryland. Riders on our northern route will travel 120 miles from the quiet woodlands of George Washington’s Revolutionary War camp at Valley Forge across rural southern Pennsylvania to Gettysburg. Overnight is in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Both routes will join together in Gettysburg for the final miles to the finish at the AllStar Expo Complex at the Eisenhower Hotel.

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Since 2006, Face of America has honored the exceptional men and women who have been wounded or disabled while in military service to their nation. Participants include adaptive veterans from across the United States and Canada, along with currently active military and retired military from all service branches. Active duty service and emergency response men and women also join hundreds of able-bodied citizens who ride to Gettysburg together.

Riders cross the Potomac River.

Face of America riders cross the Potomac River between Rosslyn, Virginia and Washington, D.C. on their journey north. World T.E.A.M. Sports photograph by Richard Rhinehart.

National nonprofit World T.E.A.M. Sports has been organizing and directing Face of America bicycle rides for more than a decade. Our inaugural Face of America in 2000 saw two teams of cyclists begin from each coast and meet under the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri. In 2002 and 2003, our ride honored the civilian and military victims of the September, 2001 attacks on America. More than 1,000 participants rode from Ground Zero in New York to the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia in September, 2002. The following September, more than 600 riders completed this three-day journey. Since 2006, the Face of America has honored injured and disabled military veterans from wars and conflicts worldwide with inclusive rides between the capital in Washington and the Civil War battlefields of Gettysburg. Growing from fewer than 100 riders in 2006, participation has increased each year, to nearly 600 by 2014. By 2016, our event expanded, adding a second route from Valley Forge. This new route helped Face of America grow in 2017 to more than 600 participating athletes.

Regional and national media have followed the ride for the last decade, including coverage by FOX News, New England Sports Network, Maryland Public Television and The Pentagon Channel. Local media from Philadelphia to Washington to Frederick and Gettysburg also cover Face of America.


Climbing a small hill on the ride.

Face of America riders climb a small hill in suburban Washington. World T.E.A.M. Sports photograph by Richard Rhinehart.

For 15 years, thousands of Americans and athletes from throughout the world have cycled together in Face of America. Annually, this inclusive ride has joined civilians, active duty military, first responders and adaptive military veterans of all ages and backgrounds. The supportive nature of this challenging ride brings together participants of all ages and creates lasting friendships and social networks.

Face of America LogoParticipants can select their route for the April 27-29, 2018 Face of America. Our classic, fully-supported two-day route from the Pentagon near Washington, D.C. to the historic battlefields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania regularly attracts 500 or more riders. Alternately, athletes may select our northern route, limited to fewer than 300 riders. The fully-supported, two-day northern route begins at historic Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, near General Washington’s Revolutionary War winter camps and ends in Gettysburg. Each route provides opportunities to honor and get to know adaptive servicemen and women as they set and achieve new life goals.

Online participant registration will open in November, 2017. Adaptive athletes must first complete our online athlete qualification application prior to our December 1 application deadline. Adaptive waiting list candidates will be accepted following the application closure until mid-March, 2018.

Riding through Valley Forge National Historical Park.

Our northern route travels through scenic Valley Forge National Historical Park. Photograph by David Rhinehart.

Invited military veterans, first responders and civilians with disabilities will receive complimentary lodging and meals during the Face of America ride for Friday and Saturday evenings. First-time adaptive athletes and required caregivers are eligible for complimentary air and ground transportation from World T.E.A.M. Sports (returning adaptive athletes cover their own transportation costs). Participants from all other categories pay a small registration fee and must meet or exceed minimum fundraising goals. Funds raised by participating riders and volunteers will pay the costs for adaptive participants, along with event costs. Any remaining funds help support upcoming World T.E.A.M. Sports events across the United States.

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Planning on riding? Explore helpful training tips for riders from USA Cycling certified coach Bob Hillery. Learn about proper fitting of bikes to avoid back pain by Dr. Erik A. Ward of the NOVA Pain & Rehab Center. Cycling coach and trainer Todd Parker offers training tips for Face of America athletes.


Silent Auction Appeal

World T.E.A.M. Sports is seeking quality donated silent auction items for our Face of America 2018 Gala Dinner in Arlington on April 27, 2018. Valued items are needed, such as sporting event tickets, airlines miles, original artwork, signed copies of books and/or dinner with the author, dinner for two at a popular, hard-to-get reservations restaurant/meet the chef, time shares, vintage wines, craft beer subscription/private tour of a microbrewery, private tours of businesses, museums or historical sites, signed memorabilia, golf clubs, bespoked suits, technology (Apple Watches, Kindles, Go-Pros, Drones), hand bags, jewelry, gift baskets, and of course, bicycles and cycling accessories.

Please contact by email World T.E.A.M. Sports’ Executive Director, Jon Brideau, with your suggestions and offers. Offers for donations will be reviewed by the World T.E.A.M. Sports silent auction committee and, if they meet our acceptance guidelines, we will arrange for their delivery to our host hotel in Arlington.


Eric Frazier

Eric Frazier on his hand cycle. Photograph by Van Brinson.

“For most people, the road to recovery starts when they enter a rehabilitation hospital. But for me, the recovery process started in March 2007 when I left my final rehabilitation hospital and joined a team called World T.E.A.M. Sports. That’s when I accepted the challenge of riding the Face of America Ride–my very first ride and a ride that changed my life! As I look back to the harsh reality five years ago knowing I would never walk again, I am extremely humble and grateful that the Lord put World T.E.A.M. Sports in my life to be able to give me challenges that would in the most positive way alter my quality of life.”

Eric Frazier, US Marine Corps., Face of America participant and candidate for Paralympics Biathlon

World T.E.A.M. Sports puts a focus on bringing together disabled and able-bodied athletes, forming a team to accomplish a goal. At World T.E.A.M. Sports, everybody comes together as a team, the disabled may help the able-bodied just as the able-bodied may help the disabled. There’s no stigma attached to being disabled at World T.E.A.M. Sports. It’s a team spirit.”

– Josh Sharpe, Face of America participant, Retired, US Navy

Gina Utegg finishes the Face of America ride.

Gina Utegg completes the 2013 Face of America ride on her recumbent bicycle. Photograph by Kimberly Warpinski.

“For many, the Face of America may be the first challenge they face post a war, or a life trauma. This ride is special to me, as it was one of my very first experiences with my disability community post a disabling accident. I had a fear of doing it for many years: an irrational fear. So many of my doctors and neurologists were telling me all that I could not do, and it took an introduction to recumbent triking, then biking to give me an important part of my life back. With medical supervision, safety and a real lot of practice, I went from an overweight disabled couch potato to a formidable disabled athlete. I am very proud of that and humbled by what I have seen, heard, and been through along the way. My words seem too small to express how grateful I am for The Face of America ride and to World T.E.A.M. Sports. This disabled-cancer survivor’s life has truly been transformed.”

Gina Utegg, Face of America participant, Winner of the 2011 Nautica Malibu ParaTriathlon Women’s Division, and recipient of the 2011 Paul Mitchell Award.

“It was in October 2006 I was seriously wounded in a complex ambush while serving in Iraq. After years of regaining my independence and confidence, I was asked to participate in the Face of America bike ride. I reluctantly agreed, questioning my own abilities. On the day of the ride, I was overcome with a great sense of pride and honor as I rode alongside my brothers and sisters in arms.”

– SSG Christopher Villalobos, Face of America participant.

Veteran "Bicycle Bill" Czyzewski

“Bicycle Bill” Czyzewski rides north of Washington, D.C. during the 2013 Face of America ride. Photograph by Van Brinson.

“This was my first hand-bike run in my life and I enjoyed it immensely, even in all the rain. It was said at the ‘Farm’ that if anybody wanted to know what America was about they should be at the ‘Farm.’ I say if you want to know what America is about, you should be on this bike ride and talk to these heroes. To me, my ride was life changing.”

Bill Czyzewski, Vietnam Veteran, Face of America 2011-2014, and Sea to Shining Sea 2012 participant.

“I was truly inspired by the ride. Changing me fundamentally as a person is the best way I can sum it up. As I reflect upon the Face of America bike ride, I have seen what it means to be less ME and more US and it is an experience I will never forget. I met many people on that ride that exemplify what courage really is and it is those people that will inspire me to better than I did before.”

– Robert Knox, GE Healthcare, Face of America rider.

Mike Brickert

Mike Brickert. Photograph courtesy Mike Brickert.

“When Mike saw the ride from DC to Gettysburg, he was intrigued. One day, he said he wanted to do it to meet and support other wounded warriors. Since I ride with Mike, except in marathons where only hand cycles are allowed, I am going to make this journey as well. Riding is a mutual passion for us – that is a good thing! I am so excited to do this ride with Mike to support our veterans and meet some incredible people. We both love our country and are so proud of our men and women who have served and given more than just their time to this great nation. We will be coming from Montana to take our place among heroes and supporters in a great ride. We will be there, heart, mind, body and soul! We are ready!”

– Diane and Michael Brickert; Face of America 2012 participants. Michael is a Navy, Army Reserve and Air Force Reserve veteran and retired Washington state law enforcement officer.


Capital One Bank

Capital One Bank LogoPresenting Sponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012. Capital One Financial Corporation is a financial holding company whose subsidiaries, Capital One, N.A., and Capital One Bank (USA), N. A., had $212.5 billion in deposits and $312.9 billion in total assets outstanding as of December 31, 2012. Headquartered in McLean, Virginia, Capital One offers a broad spectrum of financial products and services to consumers, small businesses and commercial clients through a variety of channels. Capital One, N.A. has more than 900 branch locations primarily in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. A Fortune 500 company, Capital One trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “COF” and is included in the S&P 100 index. We apply the same principles of innovation, collaboration and empowerment in our commitment to our communities across the country that we do in our business. We recognize that helping to build strong and healthy communities – good places to work, good places to do business and good places to raise families – benefits us all and we are proud to support this and other community initiatives.

American Portfolios

American Portfolios Anniversary LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. (APFS) is a full-service broker/dealer and registered FINRA/SIPC member firm, whose primary mission is to provide the best business solutions, support and services that its financial professionals require to achieve financial freedom for their clients. The firm currently has more than 800 independent investment professionals located in over 360 branch locations throughout the nation. APFS has created a decidedly competitive presence in the industry as one of the top 50 independent broker/dealers in the country. The firm offers a full range of: 1) non-proprietary investment products, 2) personal services such as insurance planning, retirement, estate and college planning, 3) full service securities brokerage through its clearing relationship with Pershing, LLC, a BNY Mellon firm and 4) fee based asset management services through parent company subsidiary, American Portfolios Advisors, Inc. (APA), an SEC registered investment advisor.

Benson Botsford LLC

Benson Botsford LLCSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. Benson Botsford, LLC is a privately-owned and managed financial services investment company. Founded in 2010, the company has offices in Southborough, Massachusetts and in Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

Booz Allen Hamilton

Booz Allen Hamilton LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Booz Allen Hamilton has been at the forefront of strategy and technology consulting for more than a century, advancing military medicine, accelerating the pace of research, and enabling wellness, treatment and recovery for our nation’s service members and veterans. Whether it’s transforming medical operations to deliver highly reliable, efficient and effective care or enabling breakthrough treatments, Booz Allen experts in medical research, public health, clinical care transformation, health communications, neuroscience and analytics help our partners be ready for what’s next. Proudly serving our clients in the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Military Health System, Booz Allen’s dedicated teams identify ways to become more efficient and effective, while improving the readiness, healthcare quality, outcomes and access to care for military personnel and their families, including wounded warriors. Learn more online.


Brioni LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. Founded in Rome in 1945, Brioni is recognized as the most prestigious Italian luxury clothier for men, an authority in the elegant male. Brioni designs, develops and produces unique garment collections and ready-to-wear tailoring, leather products (handbags, small leather goods), shoes, eye wear and fragrances. Throughout its history, Brioni was, and still is a point of reference for entertainment, institutions and business communities, in Italy and abroad, appreciated by loyal customers.

CYCLEBAR Columbia Pike

CYCLEBAR Columbia Pike Sponsor – 2017. In 2004, Bill Pryor and his sister Alex Klemmer decided to create one of the first independent cycling studios in the country in their Boston neighborhood. Both Bill, then a corporate executive, and Alex, a stay-at-home mom, recognized that there were three key ingredients to a successful indoor cycling experience: great instructors, great music and a great environment. They opened their first dedicated studio a year later and have been perfecting their high-energy, cycling- focused concept ever since. Now, ten years later, Pryor and Klemmer have partnered with like-minded fitness enthusiasts to allow others to benefit from the CYCLEBAR experience. Special offer for Face of America registered athletes.

Devens Recycling

Devens Reycling Center LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. At Devens Recycling Center, we are striving for 100% waste diversion. Preserving tomorrow’s environment drives our every action. Everyday emerging technologies and companies are developing ways to utilize construction and demolition material. Whether it is to convert these commodities into renewable energy or making new products out of debris that would have been land filled only yesterday, we are committed to finding alternative uses for all the material we receive. On the one hand, we partner with the construction and demolition firms, the waste haulers and debris producers to provide them with a processing center where they can trust that the material they generate will be handled in professional and environmentally conscientious manner. On the other hand, we partner with innovative companies who utilize our commodities to create new products or develop alternative energy thus alleviating our dependence on foreign oil. We deeply care about our environment, and want to be a leader in the waste industry always moving forward to a cleaner, safer world.


FB Horz Logos Black_368Sponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. Freshbikes is the premier bike shop concept in the greater Washington D.C. area. Locations in Arlington VA, Fairfax VA, and Bethesda MD offer a unique, large scale boutique cycling experience. Our Northern Virginia location serves as the hub for our stores which are strategically placed throughout this incredible area. Our selection, service, and expertise is unrivaled among the best bike shops globally. With many of today’s top brands on display and more importantly in-stock, Freshbikes is the go-to cycling destination for any performance minded cyclist.

KT Tape

KT TapeSponsor – 2017. KT Health (dba KT Tape), based in American Fork, Utah, is the category leader in sports medicine taping products, providing pain relief solutions and support for hundreds of common sports-related injuries. Used by professional athletes, Olympians and every day athletes, KT Tape products have been adopted in nearly every sport. Following the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, KT Tape experienced accelerated growth as its products became widely available in retail channels. Currently, KT Tape products are sold in over 35,000 retail locations in the U.S. and 40 countries worldwide. KT Tape’s broad distribution covers sporting goods, food, drug and mass retail channels, as well as clinicians, online retailers and the company’s own e-commerce site, KTTape.com. KT Tape empowers consumers with a wealth of educational resources, including a vast library of online videos and on-site demonstrations at more than 150 athletic events each year. With new innovations and an expanding product line, KT Tape continues to strengthen its global presence. For more information, visit KTTape.com.

Penske Truck Rental

Penske Truck RentalSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. With more than 200,000 maintained trucks and more than 1,000 locations nationwide, Penske partners with you to meet your changing business demands and keep your company growing. We work closely with you to address your toughest challenges and create opportunities for your company. Our search for leading-edge solutions includes everything from implementing productivity-driven technology to defining optimum fleet performance strategies. Individual Penske locations actively support neighborhood charities. Our associates contribute hundreds of thousands of dollars annually to the United Way, and when multiple hurricanes struck Florida and the Gulf Coast, we were there with trucks and fuel for emergency response teams. Move ahead with Penske Truck Rental.

Rescue 22

Rescue 22Sponsor – 2017. Rescue 22 was founded by wounded veterans to support, motivate and empower active duty members and veterans from all eras. We encourage our Veterans battling Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to seek help through Physical Health and Wellness Programs. Rescue 22 is here to mentor, provide encouragement in a Veteran’s journey of rehabilitation and to empower family members who struggle with the unknown wounds of their Veterans. We are centered on trying to eliminate the profound statistics of 20 suicides per day. Our staff is committed to ensuring the integrity of those who reach out for help by providing needed assistance. It is with great honor that we partner with World T.E.A.M Sports for a similar common goal, to support our Veterans with disabilities build their self-confidence and enhance their physical fitness through sports.


SilaSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015. Sila is a North American technology and management consulting firm that provides lasting and substantial business solutions to the world’s leading corporations and U.S. government agencies. We actively collaborate with our clients to shape opportunities to help them achieve long-term success through practical application of best practices and technology. We have carefully cultivated a culture that fosters collaboration, creativity, and social responsibility. Our vibrant and high-performing team is honored and excited to partner with World T.E.A.M. Sports to work towards the highest standards of teamwork and excellence.

Strive Fitness & Wellness

Strive Fitness & WellnessSponsor – 2017. Strive Fitness & Wellness has provided logistics, planning, and operational support to some of our country’s largest and most prestigious sporting events, including the Philadelphia Marathon, Philly Pro Cycling Classic, Livestrong Challenge, and Tour de Pink’s East West, and South. From volunteer procurement to safety precaution, Strive Fitness & Wellness is well-versed to fill any organizational event planning needs.

SUBWAY® of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

SUBWAYSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2012. With a mixture of fresh ingredients, a whole lot of customer service, and a dash of innovation, the SUBWAY® brand continues to be the leader of providing nutritious and delicious sandwiches the whole family will love. SUBWAY® of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center is committed to providing a wide range of great tasting, healthier food choices while reducing our environmental footprint and creating a positive influence in the communities we serve. We know that it takes more than just good food to nourish a strong people and build a vibrant community. It starts with taking care of people, the heart and soul of the SUBWAY® experience. We value the cultural richness and breadth of ideas resulting from the diversity that is fostered in who we are and what we do. We are dedicated to building strong business relationships through open communication, respect and with each other as well as by serving our customers and our neighborhoods; much like we do within our own families. We draw on the strong entrepreneurial spirit and passion that exists throughout our organization to help shape and grow our business. We strive to and create opportunities for people within the communities in which serve. We continually challenge each other to succeed through teamwork, against shared goals & benchmarks, and to be accountable for our actions. We take great pride in our business and are committed to being good global citizens; to encouraging healthy, active lifestyles and to making a difference where we live and work.

Three Wire Systems LLC

Three Wire Systems LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. Three Wire Systems LLC – a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business founded in 2006, is the leader in innovative and efficient technology solutions for government agencies and large enterprise corporations. We design solutions to support your business goals that deliver superior results in a cost-efficient manner. We believe in maximizing investments American taxpayers have already made in the government and military, while modernizing and securing America’s most important information, infrastructure, and assets. Led by a veteran with the goal of serving those who serve, we leverage our technological expertise and military cultural fluency to lead the market in protecting, supporting, and advocating for the nation’s uniformed personnel community. For more information on our services and community support initiatives, visit www.threewiresys.com or www.myvetadvisor.com.

TORRE Consulting Services

TORRE Consulting ServicesSponsor – 2017. Established in 2015, TORRE Consulting Services is a full service sports marketing agency specializing in freelance project management, marketing strategy, athlete management, and event sponsorship and activation. With more than 30 years of combined experience in sports marketing, the team at TORRE Consulting Services offers a unique experience for its corporate clients and athletes. TORRE Consulting Services is the best Freelance Team built for you.

Vedder Price

Vedder Price LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014. Vedder Price is a general practice law firm with a proud tradition of maintaining long-term relationships with our clients and enjoys a world-class reputation in key practice areas. We represent clients of all sizes in virtually every industry with a responsive, results-oriented and cost-effective approach. With approximately 300 attorneys and growing, we serve clients from our offices in Chicago, New York, Washington, DC, London and San Francisco.

Veteran Corps of America

Veterans Corps LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012. The Veteran Corps of America (VCA) is an industry leader in providing the full spectrum of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Explosive (CBRNE) products and services; logistics and warehousing; IT products and solutions; training and simulation; and strategic program management. VCA’s mission is to offer exceptional services to our clients that consistently exceed customer satisfaction. We achieve this through responsive, intelligent, proactive, customer-focused support in all of our partnerships. As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), we are committed to supporting veterans and their family members through veteran advocacy and support. VCA was founded on a family military legacy, inspired by six-year Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1964-1970), General Earle G. Wheeler. Today, VCA employs over a dozen decorated military veterans who have served in the U.S. Navy, Army, Air Force and Marine Corps. “We are Veteran Enabled!” is more than a company motto, it guides us in our daily approach and work ethic. We are proud to support organizations that value the ongoing service and sacrifice of military veterans and their families.

Road ID

Road ID LogoSponsor – 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Be Safe with Road ID. World T.E.A.M. Sports has joined with Road ID for a special promotional program that will provide a portion of the proceeds from sales through World T.E.A.M. Sports to support upcoming WTS events and participating athletes who are disabled.


The Road FIXX ID tags can be ordered with the World T.E.A.M. Sports logo.

Road ID is the creator of innovative ID bracelets and dog tags that are perfect for participants in sporting events. Durable and comfortable, the bracelets and the tags provide critical information about the wearer in case of a medical emergency, including name, phone number, and contact information. By wearing the bracelet or the tags in an event, you’ll be assured that even if you are unable to talk during an emergency, you’ll be able to provide critical information to medical authorities.

Exceptionally cost-effective, the Road ID bracelets and dog tags can be ordered online through their secure website. By placing your order through World T.E.A.M. Sports, a portion of the proceeds will benefit the organization and its participants.

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Recognizing that emergency situations happen during rides that cover up to 65 miles during a day, World T.E.A.M. Sports offers an optional mobile messaging and tracking service through RaceJoy for participants. This free application for Android and Apple system cellular telephones allows for nearly instant communication from ride leadership by application messaging during the ride itself. The mobile messaging service will also be used during the ride for any important scheduling updates or changes. There are no fees associated with this service other than the usual messaging fees that may apply from your cellular phone company.


Help support a participating Face of America athlete by donating today using your VISA, MasterCard or American Express card. Our convenient participant search page will bring you direct to personal event fundraising pages, as well as team pages. Funds raised through donations support our events and disabled athletes participating in our events.


Explore our Past Events Media Coverage and Photo Galleries.

Face of America Arlington 2016

Face of America Valley Forge 2016

Face of America 2013

Team Booz Allen Hamilton preview the 2013 Face of America ride.

Ambassador Paul Bremer talks about the Face of America ride.

World T.E.A.M. Sports Board Member Lon Dolber talks about the Face of America ride.

Concluding ceremony at the 2012 Face of America ride.

Face of America 2011 – “A Renewed Spirit” from Maryland Public Television’s Outdoors Maryland

Face of America cyclists in Gettysburg.

Face of America 2016 cyclists enter the downtown square in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Tony Granata photograph.