HENLOPEN STATE PARK, DELAWARE – Cindy Norris, America’s Cycling Grandmother from Reno, Nevada completed her mission of riding 3,328.55-miles to raise awareness and money for scholarships for veterans’ charity, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF). She is the oldest woman to complete this lengthy journey, which enabled her to set a new Guinness World Record.
“The Special Operations Warrior Foundation is truly thankful to Cindy Norris and her husband Rick for their efforts on behalf of our organization. Cindy has demonstrated, that as the saying goes if you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything. Bicycling across the country at 67 years old is an incredible feat and now a new world record – we congratulate Cindy and thank Rick for his involvement and his service to our country,” said Major General (Ret) Clay Hutmacher, President, and CEO of Special Operations Warrior Foundation.
Time spent on her bike got Cindy’s wheels turning to find a way to raise money and awareness for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation’s (SOWF) “cradle to college” scholarship initiative. The gregarious grandmother received coaching and training from numerous world-renown cycling experts – and their advice worked, as she pedaled her way into the history books.
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CINDY’S SUPPORT TEAM: includes her husband, Rick Norris, a former Green Beret, as well as numerous world-renown cycling experts including Amanda Coker, a professional rider for Team Virginia Blue Ridge Twenty24 Women’s Cycling Team owned by Nicola Cranmer and World Ultra Cycling Recordholder (over 500 miles in 24 hours); Meg Fisher, a member of the Team USA Paralympic Cycling Team and winner of a gold, two silver, and bronze medals; Thaise Mollet, Doctor of Physical Therapy to the U.S. Olympic Cycling Team; and Jeffrey Ritter, winner of the 2019 National and World Ultra Cyclist Championship Time Trials.
About Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF):
Special Operations Warrior Foundation is a 501(c)3, non-profit that ensures complete post-secondary educational support and additional educational opportunities “cradle to career,” for eligible surviving children of fallen Special Operations Forces and children of all Medal of Honor recipients; and provides immediate financial assistance to severely wounded, ill, and injured Special Operations personnel—today and in the future. Learn more by visiting www.specialops.org.