SAGINAW, MI — While some might ride motorcycles for the thrill and some might ride just to get from place to place, on June 9, local area fire fighters will be hitting the streets for a cause: helping children with Autism attend a Great Lakes Bay Autism Center summer camp at Saginaw Valley State University. READ ON
As we have for the past eight years, Georgia & I have committed our spare time and energies putting together the Ride for Kids event in our area and raising funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation so they can continue their research to find a cure for this terrible killer of our precious children.
No child should have to go through the pain and suffering that this disease causes, and no family should have to live with the lifelong threat of losing their child to this disease.
Thanks to your support, the PBTF has become the world’s largest non-governmental source of funding for childhood brain tumor research. There are a lot of very brave kids who are counting on us to find a cure.
If you can help us out this year with a donation to help us reach our personal goal of raising $12,000.00 we would be very grateful. But more importantly, you will be helping save the life of a child.
You can send a check (Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation) to 5503 W Johnson Rd, La Porte, In 46350 or donate on line at
To say it’s a big year for the Laconia Motorcycle Rally is an understatement. How many other rallies out there can say that they’re preparing to celebrate their 90th anniversary? One comes to mind, and it’s the party along the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee. READ ON
An estimated 1,000 bikers cruised the streets of Meridian Monday in the 2013 Run for the Wall.
The coast-to-coast motorcycle ride to raise awareness for veterans made its way through downtown.
After a wreath-laying ceremony at the Doughboy Monument, the bikers drove to the Lauderdale County Agri-Center for an overnight stay,. READ ON
Daventry Motorcycle Festival, which takes places on Saturday May 18, will be welcoming home several Hesketh Motorbikes originally made in the town.
The festival, which runs between 10.30am and 2.30pm on the main high street in the town centre, will also include an array of vintage and modern motor-bikes, there will be a music stage, face painting, a bouncy castle, stalls, children’s rides and much more for all the family.