The 2017 Brotherhood Ride, a bicycle event,   honors ‘first-responder’  Fallen Heroes  who died in the line of duty in 2016 while protecting their communities. Attorney J. Jeffrey Rice of the law firm of  Goldstein Buckley Cechman Rice and Purtz,  spoke at the kick-off event as a sponsor of the ride in  which the ‘first responder’  team will be cycling for 7 days through the state of Florida, covering over 600 miles and average 90-100 miles a day.   The ride took off from North Naples and will travel up the west coast, crossing over to the central part of the state, then head down the east coast and end on July 29th in Miami, FL.

Click here if you wish to donate to the Brotherhood Ride to help support first-responders.