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or donate directly to benefit Phase Two - in ground burials - of the CCCVC
Introduction: Hy "Crash" Libby
Part One: Rick "Phin" Phinney
Part Two: Steve "Pops" Culver
The Epic Ride in the News
05, 06 AUG
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Seaside, January 09, 2019
MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENT, for immediate release:
The Epic Riders have joined forces with the KIA Honor Flag Organization and will have the privilege of presenting commemorative flags to Gold Star Families all across the country.
This is an exceptional program that recognizes the tragic losses experienced by the families and loved ones of those who have fallen in battle while in service to our country.
Find out more by clicking on the image below...
We will be recruiting Riders all along our route to join this important mission.
March 29, 2019
With heavy hearts we report that one of the originators of the Epic Ride for Dignity and Remembrance -Steve "Pops" Culver - passed away recently after a long illness. "Pops" was an integral part of the ride in 2017 and will be sorely missed.
Please follow this link and watch the eloquent manner in which he is commemorated by Congressman Jimmy Panetta.
This year's ride is dedicated to the memory of Steve "Pops" Culver.