Coinciding with Veteran's Day, Project Visability brought Special Guest Johnny G, Johnathan Goldberg, creator of the Spinning Cycle, to Tysons Sport and Health aiming to raise $100,000 to buy Goldberg’s Krankcycles and other exercise equipment for Bethesda Naval Hospital and Walter Reed Medical Center for America’s disabled Vets, 85% of whom are unemployable. - Saturday 13th November 2010

Coinciding with Veteran's Day, Project Visability brought Special Guest Johnny G, Johnathan Goldberg, creator of the Spinning Cycle, to Tysons Sport and Health aiming to raise $100,000 to buy Goldberg’s Krankcycles and other exercise equipment for Bethesda Naval Hospital and Walter Reed Medical Center for America’s disabled Vets, 85% of whom are unemployable. - Washington DC, USA - Saturday 13th November 2010 (12 images)

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