Double amputee logs 1,900 miles on cross-country bike ride

12/26/2013 | WFIE-TV (Evansville, Ind.)

Marine veteran Rob Jones, who lost both legs in Afghanistan, is raising money and awareness for veterans on a cross-country bicycle trip that will take him a total of 5,000 miles by the time he reaches California. Jones, who won a 2012 Paralympic bronze medal for rowing, has biked around 1,900 miles so far; he is being followed by his brother driving a truck.

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