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Image: Day 3 George Bush Assisting Warrior on Trail at Palo Duro,

TPWD Media Contacts: Bryan Frazier, Texas State Parks, (512) 826-8703;; Cory Evans, Palo Duro Canyon State Park (806) 683-8141;

For more information about the W100, contact State Parks Public Affairs Rep. Bryan Frazier at (512) 826-8703, or visit

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Day 3 — April 28, 2012

Executive Support

During the morning of the final day of the W100 Wounded Warrior mountain bike ride at Palo Duro Canyon State Park, former President George W. Bush (left) and event volunteer Kyle McAdams of Amarillo (right) assist Wounded Warrior Dan Gade of West Point, NY, up a steep incline along one of the many single-track trails at the Park. Despite injuries and trauma suffered in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Wounded Warriors courageously completed the challenging, three-day, 100k ride alongside their former commander-in-chief, including Saturday’s final stretch that covered 19.4 miles.

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