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Wheels of Fire is a bike ride created by Michelle and Kevin Cozine in 2020.  The first ride didn't take place until June 2021, due to 2020.  The couple love to ride and be involved with community and health.  They knew they wanted to support a cause close to their hearts.  There was no hesitation to approach Campfire Creek Therapeutic Horseback Riding and ask Emily Oliver (the owner) if they could do the ride as a fundraiser for the program.  Their son Nick, is Autistic and developmentally delayed. Nick has ridden horses at CCTR for over 15 years, the impact this program has had on the Nick and other special needs children and adults is remarkable.


 Emily's brother Jon Wilson, was a Waxahachie firefighter and died of illness related to his line of duty, his wife Darla, set up the Jon Wilson Scholarship Fund to help firefighters and their family's.  Needless to say the Waxahachie FD was excited to be involved.  The FD has generously covered the traffic control for the bike ride.  They have also pulled in the Italy FD to help with a rest stop on the route.  Both organizations are beneficiary's of the ride.

If you would like to learn more about CCTR, click on the logo on our home page.  Thank you for your support.

​A big thank you to our volunteers.  They are mostly friends and family that believe in us and lovingly give their time and resources every year.

If you would like more information on becoming a sponsor and sponsor levels please reach out to

1. Platinum Sponsorship $1000: This level includes premium placement of your logo on all event materials, a dedicated booth space, and a speaking opportunity during the event.

2. Gold Sponsorship $500: This level includes prominent placement of your logo on all event materials, a booth space, and recognition during the event.

3. Silver Sponsorship $250: This level includes recognition on all event materials and a booth space.

4. Bronze Sponsorship $100:This level includes recognition on all event materials.


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