Wheels of Fire took place on June 26, 2021, starting and ending at Railport Brewing Company. Shannon and Richard Womack, owners of Railport Brewery, are one of our biggest supporters as they provided the facility and donated all the commemorative mugs and a free beer, distributed to riders as they completed their route. Riders also received a homemade pretzel donated by SJ Kitchen. The firefighters donated the pink-out shirts worn by volunteers.  

This ride was created by my husband Kevin Cozine and myself (Michelle Cozine) as a way to raise money to help families with special needs children and share our love for cycling. 

We have been so blessed and grateful for the outpouring of love and support from businesses and people in Waxahachie. The proceeds from the ride are a 100% result of rider registration fees.

Proceeds will be split between Campfire Creek Therapeutic Riding Center for special needs and the Jon Wilson Foundation, which is housed at Prosperity Bank and supports firefighters and their families. Firefighters face long-term health risks related to their line of work. 

We are so proud to announce that each program will receive $6,000. 

Blessings and we will see you June 25, 2022! Just keep riding!

Michelle Cozine

Ellis County

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