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Ride With Us! Get Your First Taste Of Motorcycling

IRVINE, Calif., Sept. 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Anyone who has ever wanted to try riding a motorcycle can get their chance at Progressive IMS Outdoors, the nation’s leading Powersports tour connection brands with enthusiasts, at the Carlisle Fairgrounds, Sept. 10-12. Attendees with no experience can enjoy their first ride with the help of Motorcycle Safety Foundation certified coaches within 45 minutes! Tickets are available for purchase here: https://motorcycleshows.com/pennsylvania.

The Motorcycle Industry Council’s Ride With Us Moto Intro program is a free experience to IMS ticket holders interested in learning how to ride. Motorcycles, riding gear, and coaching are provided.

“We’re already closing in on helping more than 500 people experience the exhilaration of their first ride,” said Cinnamon Kernes, MIC vice president of market expansion. “The sheer joy these new riders exude when they take their helmets off is truly inspirational.”

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Twelfth annual motorcycle Suicide Prevention Ride raises awareness in Northeast Wisconsin

SUAMICO, Wis. (WBAY) – The annual suicide prevention motorcycle ride hosted it’s 12th cruise today to raise money for the Family Services’ Crisis Center. The organization in Northeast Wisconsin provides suicide prevention programs and 24/7 on-call professional counselors for those in need.

“I lost a lot of people in my life,” Jeanne Parrett, founder of the Suicide Prevention Ride, shared. The reason she started this ride over a decade ago and hosts it every summer is “to let people know that anxiety and depression is a disease, and that there are people out there to help you.”

The annual suicide prevention ride took off from Shoots Bar in Suamico. The motorcycle riders made some noise on the streets of Oconto Falls, Little Suamico, and Green Bay for those who may feel like they can’t talk about suicide.

Organizers say it’s important to hold these events to let people know suicide

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Motorcycle ride held to raise money to help veterans

A group of motorcycle riders came together Saturday morning to help veterans in New Hampshire.The Leathernecks Motorcycle Club hit the road for a charity ride starting in Manchester to raise money for Liberty House in Manchester, a transitional home for homeless and struggling veterans.“We don’t take any state or federal money for our operational expenses, so these kind of events are huge for us,” Liberty House Executive Director Jeff Nelson. “They are what make us be able to keep our doors open.” “We had a heartfelt need and desire to help Jeff out because we’ve seen the facility and we’ve seen what he does and this is a worthwhile cause,” said club member Roger Crevier.Club members said they hope to make this ride an annual event.

A group of motorcycle riders came together Saturday morning to help veterans in New Hampshire.

The Leathernecks Motorcycle Club hit the road for a

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Suffragists Centennial Ride stops in Albert Lea

Aug. 13—The Suffragists Centennial Ride made a stop to spend the night in Albert Lea Thursday. Celebrating 100 years since the 19th amendment was passed, giving women the right to vote, the motorcycle ride is making a cross country trip with many significant stops along the way.

Alisa Clickenger, the event producer for the ride, said she put the event together because she likes to promote positive images of motorcycling and creating get-togethers for female motorcyclists.

The Suffragists Centennial Ride started in Portland, Oregon July 31 and will end with a four-day women’s motorcycle conference in Washington D.C. starting Aug. 19. — Tyler Julson/Albert Lea Tribune

“The other thing I love doing is creating these epic events for female motorcyclists,” Clickenger said. “By wrapping this motorcycle event around a historical event like this, it gives us a good narrative. It also gives us a reason to come together in celebration.

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