Rides, Rallies and Events Recap

2nd Annual Amelia's Journey Benefit Ride

Written by  April 8, 2019

  "When to Ride" hosted a benefit motorcycle ride on Saturday, March the 16th, 2019, the 2nd annual  "Amelia's Journey Benefit Ride" to benefit Princess Warrior, Amelia Griffin, a Tuscaloosa Alabama native who is 2 years old and has had many disorders since the age of only 4 months and has been diagnosed with Mitochondrial Disease.

 

  The ride was to help the family with some of the many expenses incurred from her on-going medical bills and travel.

  Ms. Amelia is a trooper as she continues to brighten every room she enters with her beautiful smile.

The ride started at Heart of Dixie Harley-Davidson in Pelham, Alabama, where Amelia and here family were, visiting with all the riders and to see them off on their journey to T-Town Harley-Davidson in Tuscaloosa, their hometown.

  Along the way the ride made a pit stop at the Chevron in Brent Alabama for refueling, etc before continuing on to their next detour, which was at the National Cemetery in Montevallo, where they placed US, flags on some of the US Veterans graves.

  Then it was off to their final destination, T-Town Harley-Davidson where Amelia and her family were waiting for their arrival. The family had worked long and hard on gathering up some wonderful donated items that they could give away as door prizes, and there was a 50/50 draw and lunch. 

  Photos provided by: Karla Duncan....Thank you!