Ride Allegheny '21

The Ride of Your Life


3.6k supporters

$685,000 goal

Team Member

Chris Marsh


by 46 supporters

$10,000 goal

I’m participating in Ride Allegheny 2021.   

I am writing in the hope that you or your company may be able to assist in a critical fundraising effort to support our nation’s wounded heroes that have returned home from tours of duty overseas.   

You can join the Cause by making a secure online donation using your credit card. Click on the link below:   

Support Me

This Fall, from September 30th through October 3rd, I will be one of 150 cyclists embarking on Ride Allegheny, a 310-mile trek from Pittsburgh to Washington, DC, to raise money for Operation Second Chance.  We hope to continue Ride Allegheny’s track record of success as we aim to raise more than $600,000 for Operation Second Chance and the tremendous work they do.   

The incredible support Operation Second Chance provides to our servicemen and women and their families in their greatest time of need is awe-inspiring.  I encourage you to take a moment to learn more about Operation Second Chance by clicking here.  OSC’s founder, Cindy McGrew, sums it up best when stating:   

"While the wars overseas may be winding down, the war is never over for these wounded soldiers and marines."   

Your donation is tax-deductible, and any size contribution is extremely appreciated!   

Thanks for your support! 

Team Members

Chris Marsh


46 supporters

Mike Locraft


105 supporters

John Mahoney


168 supporters

Larry Stovicek


58 supporters

Rob Dallen


60 supporters

Kelly Grossberg


150 supporters

Mark Shell


43 supporters

Carey Riel


48 supporters

Colin Thomas


24 supporters

Curran Johnson


61 supporters

Joe Duffy


50 supporters

Ryan Wessling


71 supporters


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Ride Allegheny


The Beginning

Ride Allegheny was founded in 2001 by Clark Wagner, who was joined by five neighborhood friends completing a chilly mid-October bicycling adventure from Pittsburgh to Gaithersburg following a delayed launch due to 9/11. We knew at that point in time we started something special from both a challenge and camaraderie perspective.

Partnership Formed

In March 2005 we had the good fortune to meet Cindy McGrew and hear about the important work she was doing for injured Soldiers and Marines recovering at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington DC. Her passion and dedication were infectious and we quickly decided that our ride could play a meaningful role in young heroes’ lives. The rest is history, based on our commitment to raise money Cindy formed Operation Second Chance a non-profit 501 (c) 3 status organization dedicated to helping injured Soldiers and Marines transition back to active duty or civilian life.

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