2020 Event Cancelled
Save the Date
September 18, 2021
We have continued to struggle with whether or not to hold the Annual Ride for Research this year due to Covid-19. Several families and businesses have been affected and restrictions haven't been lifted, so we don't feel it makes sense right now. The MS Warriors & Support Angels want to ensure a fun, unrestricted event so we have decided to postpone the Ride and Rally until Sept. 18, 2021. Please join our Facebook page and Group and subscribe to our website to keep up to date with any activities or changes.
Rider registration $25 includes run, poker hand, 1 meal ticket and 1 raffle basket ticket
Passenger $10 includes run, 1 meal ticket and 1 raffle basket ticket. May purchase a poker hand for $5 and T-Shirts for $10
Non- Rider Admission
$10 for age 18 & up - Includes 1 meal ticket and 1 raffle basket ticket
$5 for ages 6 to 17 - Includes 1 meal ticket
Children 5 & under FREE admission
Additonal poker hands may be purchased for $5 each. Limit 3 additional cards per person.
(If multiple cards purchased only 1 hand will be dealt at a time)
We are hosting a poker run/rally to raise money for MS Research.
You can pre-register online by TBD or register the day of at Queen City Harley. Kickstands up at Noon with 2 stops before ending the ride at the MS Warrior Rally in Harrison, Ohio. There will be bands and vendors
throughout the day. Doors open for the non-riders at 2:00 p.m. We will have split the pot, raffle baskets and large raffles to include: a Barrel of Cheer, a Harley Quilt and a 1 week paid condo stay. The ride participants will present their completed Ride Cards for a chance to win $150 for the best hand and $50 for worst hand.
The purpose of Riding for Research:
Raising funds to benefit Multiple Sclerosis Research. The University of Cincinnati Waddell Center for Multiple Sclerosis is a nationally recognized regional referral center within the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. Physicians and scientists at the Center are dedicated to improving care and eventually, finding a cure for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.