The Texas Brotherhood Ride continues the tradition of Honor, Dedication and Pride that is inspired by The Brotherhood Ride based in Naples, FL.
Since 2008, we have honored the memory and sacrifice of over 500 Emergency First Responders which includes; firefighters, law enforcement officers and emergency medical personnel. Our team has traveled on bicycles over 7,100 miles, through sixteen states, have been hosted by over forty Elks Lodges nationwide and assisted by countless emergency first responders who have shown the true meaning of Brotherhood.
The Texas Brotherhood Ride’s mission is to honor First Responders who have made the ultimate sacrifice serving their community. By riding bicycles, our goal is to bring awareness to these tragedies and letting their families, friends and co-workers know that Texas Never Forgets.
THIS YEAR’S RIDE
We are starting in New Orleans (Westwego), LA on May 27, 2018, to honor Firefighters and Law Enforcement Officers who died in the line of duty this past year.
- Mike Louviere – Westwego Police Department
- Spencer Chauvin – St. John Fire Department
- Shawn Anderson – East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office
- Shannon Brown – Fenton Police Department
- Clint Greenwood – Harris County Precinct 3
- Endy Nddiobong Ekpanya – Pearland Police Department
- Bill “Iron Bill” Dowling – Houston Fire Department
- Steven Whitfield – Houston Fire Department
- Steve Perez – Houston Police Department
- Scott Deem – San Antonio Fire Department
- Miguel Moreno – San Antonio Police Department
We will ride nearly 800 miles through Louisiana and Texas to our destination in San Antonio, Texas. Our itinerary includes:
- Day 1: May 27th, Westwego > Baton Rouge
- Day 2: May 28th, Baton Rouge > Eunice
- Day 3: May 29th, Eunice > Deweyville
- Day 4: May 30th, Deweyville > Liberty
- Day 5: May 31st, Liberty > Houston
- Day 6: June 1st, Houston > Columbus
- Day 7: June 2nd, Columbus > Sequin
- Day 8: June 3rd, Sequin > San Antonio