Shine up your hogs to help honor our fallen firefighters and their families this Saturday, May 28, 2016.
You can ride with the Fire Hogs MC on a three hour scenic ride and have a Tri-Tip lunch at Route 66 Classic Grill. A live auction & raffle will take place with local celebrities and sponsors on site to help kick-start the event.
All proceeds will benefit the L.A. County Firefighters Widow and Orphan Fund.Registration and a light breakfast starts at 8 a.m. and then at 9:30 a.m. there will be a Memorial Ceremony honoring the men and women who have fallen in the line of duty. Kickstands up and start your engines at 10:30 a.m. for a beautiful ride with family and friends.
On site registration is $40 and pre-registration is $30. You can also have a ride along passenger, the cost for them will be $20. Check out the Fire Hogs MC web site for more information and the registration form at http://www.firehogsmc-lacofd.org.
Make sure to click on the Memorial Ride 2016 link at the top of the site to access the registration form. The ride will begin at Fire Station 126 26320 Citrus Street, Valencia and end at Route 66 Classic Grill located at 18730 Soledad Canyon Rd., Canyon Country.
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