After a two year hiatus, the Love Ride returns this weekend to Castaic Lake, where the event has been held for much of its nearly three decades long history of raising funds for children’s health related causes.
Having been a part of California Bike Week from 2007-08 and weathering the impact of the economy for the past two years, the Love Ride is returning to its roots, staging the charity ride from Glendale Harley-Davidson to Castaic Lake this Sunday, October 23, from 10am.
Known as the largest one-day motorcycle event in the world, the Castaic Lake destination will feature an array of motorcycle aftermarket vendors, including the Vance & Hines Show Truck, as well as an afternoon filled with live musical performances, bike shows and entertainment.
But more importantly, the Love Ride is a fundraising event for important causes. The proceeds for this year’s event will go to Autism Speaks, which funds research into the causes, prevention, treatments and cure for autism. Learn more at autismspeaks.org.
The donation amount for participating in the Love Ride is $70 per person on the day of the event or $65 per person by signing up on-line at loveride.org. Keep up with all the latest in motorcycle events at vanceandhines.com and facebook.com/vanceandhines.