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August 2018    

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Every Thursday Night

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Various Dates   Wings & Wheels

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Confirmed Dates  Aug 3-12  (Friday - Sunday)  Sturgis Motorcycle Rally   
What Is Freedom Bikers Night?
It’s a Celebration Service for bikers and anyone else who loves Rockin’ Tunes, Soul-Searching Messages, and A Bikers’ Atmosphere. An Invite for those who love to ride: All “Colors,” Choppers, Harleys, Wings, Victorys, and “Whatevers” ...or don’t ride…
All are welcome at the foot of the Cross!

At Life House Church

Freedom Bikers Night meets at 7 p.m.
the First Fridays of every Month!

Life House Church is located at 17 Jericho Rd. Middleboro MA
1.5 miles south of the junction of Rt. 28 and 105, just off Rt. 28 across from The Cabin Restaurant.

For More info, please contact Carl MacLennan @
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year    Aug 4   (Saturday)  1st Annual Kerri’s Fight Club Rack & Roll 

When: Saturday August 5, 2017 (no rain date)
Where: The Crow’s Nest Pub & Grill, 181 Plaistow Road, Plaistow, NH
(603) 974-1686

Registration starts @ 9:15 am. Kick stands up @ 10:15. 

Benefit motorcycle ride and pool tournament to support a local single mother with Stage 4 HER2+ Breast Cancer. Kerri Botelho of Kingston, NH is a 47 year old single mother of two teenage girls. Diagnosed with Stage 4 
Breast Cancer just before Christmas, Kerri has been undergoing aggressive chemotherapy treatments for six months. Please join us for a fun ride (the long way) from Crow’s Nest in Plaistow to Chop Shop in Seabrook to help 
support Kerri and her girls during this tough fight! Back at The Crow’s Nest will be a 9-ball pool tournament!

Live music, tons of raffles and lunch at the Crow’s Nest upon return!

$25.00 per rider (includes lunch)
$15.00 per passenger (includes lunch) 
$35.00 registration for 9-ball tournament (trophies to be awarded)
$5 of each ticket goes towards lunch, all remaining proceeds go to Kerri and her daughters

Ride info: contact Kirsten at

Thank you to the Crow’s Nest for hosting this event and special thanks to Bill “The Boss” and the Chop Shop for participating!
Confirmed Date    Aug 5  ( Sunday)  Rockland Lions Club Lion Eyes Ride For Sight Poker Run .
Please come join us in our fight against blindness and have a great time doing it . We will have a best hand prize , tons of raffles , a 50/50 raffle ,tasty bbq ,and music provided by DJ Tom .
Whitman VFW 95 Essex St Whitman Mass .
Reg 9:30 -11:00 am after party starts at 12:00 .
Cost $15 for riders $10 for passengers and $10 to come to the after party .
For more info contact Jay at 1-781-733-4511 or at 
Thank you and ride safe .
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 5  (Sunday)  12th Annual MS Bike Run

Registration: 9:00am – 11:00am (Greater Milford Neurology, 54 Hopedale Street, Hopedale, MA)
* Coffee and doughnuts – Bikes leave between 10am and 11am in ten minute intervals

Returning to Elks Lodge, 1077 Pond Street, Franklin, MA
Lunch, Raffles and Silent Auction

100% of the proceeds to benefit The Center for Multiple Sclerosis at Milford Regional

For more Judy at 508-473-4323 x27 or email Judy at

Confirmed Date    Aug 8  ( Wednesday) Bike Night

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TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 11  (Saturday)  Substance Abuse Prevention/Awareness Ride
When: August 12, 2017
Where: Starts at Saugus, MA High School, Pearce Drive, Saugus Ends at O'Briens Pub, 829 Boston St. Lynn/Saugus line
Why: To raise money for Substance Abuse Prevention/Awareness in Saugus Public Schools.
Cost: $25/Bike $10 passenger
Raffles, Food and entertainment by the Boston Pub Rockers.
Contact: Anne Blake 781 258-8366 
Confirmed Date    Aug 11  (Saturday)  Travis Albert Memorial Scholarship Poker Run
Ted Williams Camp
28 Precinct St, Lakeville, MA 02347

ALL forms of transportation are welcome!!
  • Bikes
  • Hot Rods
  • Customs
  • Antiques
  • All other forms of transportation!

Rain or Shine!!

Family Event - bring the kids!

Join us for a fun and scenic ride!! Pick up cards along the way to assemble a winning hand!

TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year    Aug 11  (Saturday)  8th Annual Ride for Help and Hope

Breast Cancer Charity ride…..The 8th Annual Ride for Help and Hope

The ride will LEAVE AND END at the American Legion, Route 125, Epping NH.

THE RIDE IS 8/12/17- Rain or shine!!!!! Registration is from 8:30-10:30am the morning of the ride. The ride leaves at 11am sharp!

The route will be approximately 60 miles with NO STOPS in NH. So, no helmets are required (BUT ALWAYS RECOMMENDED FOR YOUR SAFETY!). As always, it will be a police escorted scenic ride.

$30 registration fee per person which includes the ride, breakfast (while it lasts) lunch, t-shirts to the first 100 to register, swag (100% donated by our sponsors) and entry into BREASTOBERFEST!

Upon returning to the American Legion, we will enjoy an awesome lunch followed by some serious dancing, raffles, games and more!
Don't forget to Bling your Bra!!!! Contest will be during the After Party, details at

This year AGAIN we are very excited to be working with DJ Carla! She will be busting out the tunes and setting the scene for a wild crazy dance party!

Survivors ride as our VIP and FOR FREE! Please email Brenda at

If you or someone you know would like to donate a raffle item, please contact Brenda at:
And, Thank you!

We are proud to say we have donated 100% of the event proceeds to our ride beneficiary My Breast Cancer Support for six years running! We hope we can continue that tradition this year! 
Confirmed Date  Aug 12  (Sunday)  13th Annual "Flight of the Angels"


Registration from 9:30 until 11:00. 
Ride leaves promptly at 11:00. 

WHERE: Beginning at Florian Hall, Dorchester, Ma., with a scenic ride through the south shore, ending at Blackraspberry Pub, 
Cordage Park, Plymouth, Ma.

Registration, $20 per bike, additional rider $10. 
First 100 participants will receive a t-shirt. 
Food, music, raffle prizes and 50/50. 

Click here to learn more about Cops For Kids With Cancer. 

For more information 
(Rain date August 19, 2018)
Confirmed Date  Aug 18  (Saturday)  12th Annual Last Mile Ride
Join Gifford Medical Center in Randolph, VT, for its 12th annual Last Mile Ride in support of end-of-life care on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Enjoy a 75-mile escorted ride through some of Vermont’s most beautiful countryside, a continental breakfast, a barbecue lunch, prizes, and a commemorative pin. Preregister by Aug. 1 to receive a free T-shirt. Enter a raffle to win a 2017 Harley-Davidson 883 Sportster from Wilkins Harley-Davidson in Barre, VT, trade toward the bike of your choice or choose $5,000 cash! $100 per ticket. Only 100 tickets available. Road guard services are generously provided by area combat veterans.

Registration, which can be fundraised, is a minimum of $50 for one rider or $75 for a rider and passenger. Funds raised this year will support patients’ unique requests, such as a last trip or a flight home for a loved one. Please join us in creating these special family stories for our neighbors in life’s last mile! To learn more visit our website at or call (802) 728-2726.
Confirmed Date  Aug 18  (Saturday)  Rock'N 4 Heroes

Rock'N 4 Heroes is the Veterans benefit concert not to be missed get your tickets and donate. Tickets on sale NOWWWW Sat Aug 18th Featuring Americas Favorite Hillbilly Patriot, COLT FORD & special Guest The king of hick hop, BIG SMO the boss of the sticks & coming straight from Tootsies Nashville, JOHN STONE aswell as the Bad boys of Boston country, THE HOUSTON BERNARD BAND & local favorite CAROLINE GRAY & JUDI CUNNINGHAM.

We need everyones help NOW
Plz share this on all social media
Instagram & Facebook— rockn4heroes

TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 18  (Saturday)   Thunder Ride for Vets

American Legion Riders Post 138
175 Main St
Spencer Ma 01562
Start Location: American Legion Post 138
Event Address:175 Main St, Spencer Ma 01562
Start time:8:30 - 10:30 Registration

Confirmed Date   Aug 19  (Sunday)  Woody's Ride for SEMMSF

***** SAVE the DATE *****
Sunday, August 19th, 2018 - Abington, MA
Woody's Ride for SEMMSF
Further Info & Details to Follow
Please Stay Tuned & Spread the Word!
Visit us at:


TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 19  (Sunday)  Green Mountain Motorcycle Ride

The Green Mountain Motorcycle Ride is an event that benefits and is supported by the Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

The event is in its 15th year and takes place in late August, raising funds for cancer research and patient services at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center.

Through donations and the sale of raffle tickets, we have raised more than $300,000 over the last 14 years in service to this cancer center and the surrounding community. 


Norris Cotton Cancer Center Entrance

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center

One Medical Center Drive, Lebanon, NH 03756

EVENT SCHEDULE: Sunday, August 20, 2017 (Rain or Shine!)

9:00-10:00AM Check-in and day-of registration at DHMC, Lebanon, NH.

Enjoy a light breakfast, pick-up your t-shirt and turn in any additional donations or raffle ticket sales.

10:00AM Ride kicks off!

2:00PM Return to Norris Cotton Cancer Center for Awards Ceremony Celebration with barbecue, a research talk, door prizes, and raffle drawing!

Awards will be given to top fundraisers.

TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year  Aug 19  (Sunday)  Saint Vincent's 12th Annual Motorcycle Run & Raffle
12th Annual 
Saint Vincent's Home
Motorcycle Run
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Join more than 200 riders, passengers and volunteers for our 12th Annual Saint Vincent's Home Motorcycle Run & Raffle. This fun-filled event will feature a scenic ride and a unique silent auction and will end with a delicious lunch! 
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 19  (Sunday)  6th Annual S.T.E.P. Bike Run
6th Annual S.T.E.P. Bike Run
Date: August 20, 2017
Time: Registration starts at 9am, kickstands up at 11am, return around 1pm
Where: Tyngsboro Sportsmen's Club
90 Westford Road, Tyngsboro, MA
Fee: Bikes are $25 / riders are $10
Details: BBQ, games, raffles, live music and more! 
All proceeds to benefit STEP, Inc.
Confirmed Date    Aug 22  ( Wednesday) Bike Night

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Confirmed Date    Aug 25  ( Saturday) 

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TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 25  (Saturday)  The 44 mile challenge
August 26, 2017, 8-4
$20 riders, $10 passenger, $10 walk in to event
Charity ride to benefit Feed the Dog, Inc. who supports Disabled Veterans with the needs of their Service Dog. They provide dog food, veterinary care, training, mobility equipment and much more.

Police escorted, 44 mile ride from Hamilton, MA through scenic Essex, Gloucester and Rockport. Upon return to Hamilton, enjoy a feast, music, raffle, vendors and cash bar, pool table, etc. 
RSVP appreciated. Click "Going" on ALR 194 facebook events page or email 
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year    Aug 25  (Saturday)  2nd Annual Amputee Veterans Ride & Benefit Party
Saturday August 26, 2017, Rain or Shine!

Date: Saturday August 26, 2017, rain or shine
Time: Registration begins at 8:00am. Kickstands up at 9:50am, Benefit Party begins at 12pm
Location: AMVETS Post 79, 1 Superior Drive, Natick, MA 01760
Admission: $20 per motorcycle includes passenger. Non-riders welcome to attend Benefit Party, $20 per person. Non riders are welcome to purchase T-Shirts separately
Details: 30 mile ride from Natick AMVETS to Hudson AMVETS. 45 minute stop at Hudson AMVETS to stretch your legs, grab a drink and a snack and return to Natick for an outdoor Ride Party on the shoreline of Lake Cochituate, including food, music, raffle and free shirt for Riders. 
All proceeds go to help maintain Camp Arrowhead and to support recreational activities for all Veterans, with a special focus on offering adaptive physical training programs and health & wellness counseling for veterans who may suffer from limb-loss, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Amputee Veterans Recreation Area, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
More ride info at:
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 26  (Sunday)  Mass Elks Veterans Charity Motorcycle Run - Billerica Elks

Registration: Billerica Elks, 14 Webb Brook Rd. Billerica, MA 01821

Time: Registration 10:30 – 12:00 
Kickstands up 12:00 pm 

Finish: Billerica Elks, 14 Webb Brook Rd. Billerica, MA 01821

Donation: $20.00 / Passenger $10.00 

The first 100 to register will receive T-shirts
Live music by American Relic Band
Food, raffles, fun and support our veterans

The ride will begin and end at the Billerica Elks. The route will travel through the quiet country roads around the area and will finish at the Billerica Elks where there will be barbeque, live music, and raffles. The first 100 to register will receive T-shirts. Come join us for a enjoyable day and say thanks to the men and women who fought for us. If you would like to join us for the food and music, it's only $10.

The Massachusetts Elks annual run to raise funds to assist the veteran’s hospitals and homes throughout the state. The Elks have a motto, "As long as there are veterans, the Elks will never forget". All proceeds to benefit the Mass Elks Veterans Association Fund. 100% of the money raised goes to the various hospitals and homes. 

Visit us on facebook at: Masselksveterans Motorcyclerun or send a question or comment to  
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 26  (Sunday)   New England Ride For Kids

100 The Mountain Rd, Framingham, Massachusetts 01701

Please join us at the 2017 New England Ride For Kids. NO REGISTRATION FEE, POLICE ESCORTED, NO STOPS AT LIGHTS, BREAKFAST AND LUNCH INCLUDED ride starting at BOSE Headquarters in Framingham, Mass.

In 2017, this will be our 20th Ride for Kids in New England, as we raise awareness and funds for pediatric brain tumor research. The Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. Our family-friendly rides will take place in 32 
locations, featuring moving stories from local brain tumor survivors and their families.
You’ll have a chance to win a Honda Motorcycle, BOSE Sound system and other great prizes. Everyone on-site gets a free raffle ticket.
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 26  (Sunday)   SEMMSF Southeastern Massachusetts Motorcyclists Survivors Fund, Inc. SUMMERFEST BIKE RUN
Our Main Event!
Sunday, August 27th, 2017
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Emerald Hall, 30 Central St., Abington, MA
Registration: 10 AM, KSU: 11:30 AM - Love Music by AMBUSH - $20.00 PP (includes food) - for more info email:
Survivors Fund (SEMMSF) exists to provide funds and assistance to those and their families who have been injured or killed in motorcycle accidents due to no fault of their own.
Proceeds raised through community events and fundraisers are used to help these individuals who have fallen on hard times due to their accident(s).
The Survivors Fund (SEMMSF) is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, Charitable Organization, whose Board is made up entirely of Volunteers, who want to raise awareness regarding motorcycle safety, and who have a passion for helping 
TENTATIVE Event - Copied from last year   Aug 26  (Sunday)   America's Hometown Heroes Run

The run starts and ends at the American legion Post 40 in Plymouth Ma.

August 27th 2017
199 Federal Furnace Rd in Plymouth
Sign up begins at 9:30 AM
Kickstands up at 11:00 AM

$20 per rider and $10 per passenger.
$10 walk ins welcome.

Raffles, 50/50
Entertainment by Wut it Iz

Come out and help us honor our Gold Star Families 

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