SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 2018 The reason for our ride goes beyond our love of the open road and the thrills that await us around the next curve: it’s kids. Not just any kids. Our kids work hard every day to be the best kids they can be despite challenges in their home lives, economic hardships, and emotional turmoil. Join us as we celebrate the many advancements our kids have made! THE SCHEDULE: Check-in/Breakfast from 9:00-10:00 AM (Acapulco Restaurant-1795 Radio Drive, Woodbury, MN 55125 Kick stands up at 10:15 AM SHARP! After ride Celebration Event from 1:45-3:00 PM (The Rice Lake Center-6900 137th Street North, Hugo 55038) THE RIDE: Enjoy 3 hours of exploring scenic roads with 1/2 hour rest stop along the way. The ride will be planned by the Stillwater CMA chapter group. The ride takes off at 10:15 AM leaving from Acapulco Restaurant in Woodbury and ending at The Rice Lake Center in Hugo around 1:45 PM, a meal will be served upon arrival of the bikers. Riding Fee is $25 per bike, this fee includes breakfast, snacks at rest stop, meal & music at after ride Celebration Event. We love pre-registrations! We are giving a FREE t-shirt for all registrations received before June 10th! (one per bike) FREE registration for all participants who raise $100 or more in pledges (see details below). AFTER RIDE CELEBRATION: At The Rice Lake Center, Hugo From 1:45 PM to 3:00 PM following the ride–enjoy a meal, music, giveaways, other fun activities and meet kids from our program! You don’t need to be a rider to attend, bring your friends and family and catch the fun, get there early so you don’t miss the bikers returning! Suggested donation of $5 per person / $20 per family (includes meal & entertainment). INSPIRING HOPE, VISION AND PURPOSE IN THE LIVES OF CHILDREN WHO HAVE AN INCARCERATED PARENT Did you know there are 15,000 children in Minnesota that have an incarcerated parent? Children of prisoners are more likely to follow in their parents footsteps and enter a life of crime. Today, one in every 100 American adults is in prison–the highest incarceration rate in our nation’s history.