This family-friendly event is open to motorcycle enthusiasts of all ages. Registration is $ 15 per person which includes a full complimentary continental breakfast as well as a commemorative ride pin for the first 100 registrants.
Check in is 8:30-10:30 a.m., kickstands up at 10:45.
Starting point: The Chatterbox Drive In/Augusta; ending at The Black River Barn in Roxbury Township. Cash lunch is optional.
Events throughout the day include a blessing of the bikes, bestowed by R.O.A.R Chapter 920 and group participants have the chance to win a trophy for best representation by a club.
In addition to the support from the owner of the Chatterbox, a 50’s style diner located in Augusta, they also have Doc South, renowned radio announcer on hand to celebrate the first ride of the spring season.
This year for the first time, legendary female riders, Gloria Tramontin Struck and her daughter, will be on hand to meet and greet the crowd. Featured in the 2014 film “Why We Ride,” Struck will be on hand to share some of the experiences she has had in her nearly six decades of riding. At 88 years old, this amazing woman still makes the yearly trip to Sturgis.
This ride is supported by the likes of the NJ Devils, NY Giants, Rutgers Athletics and many local businesses. To date they have helped raise more than $ 20,000 to benefit homeless dogs.
Last year’s attendance topped 265 riders. Rain date is May 4.
Beagle League Rescue is comprised of volunteers from New Jersey and Pennsylvania, who are dedicated to finding homes
Lucy gets into a 325 degree oven to retrieve some chicken nuggets. Hilarious.
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