HOG-FAB Ride Registration

Bikers, HOGS, and Riders - Registration

You’re invited to join the HOG FAB ride, to help local students with autism who attend Center for Spectrum Services. They're in need of [Insert Fundraising Need].

You and fellow riders will have breakfast, compliments of Woodstock Harley-Davidson, and set off southward to Spectrum Services Ellenville Campus. After a brief rest and break, you’ll head back north to our Kingston Campus for a warm greeting by our staff and students, water-up, and then finish with a short ride back to Woodstock Harley-Davidson for the Blow-Out BBQ!

Schedule
8:00 to 9:00 am: Breakfast and Meet and Greet
9:00 to Noon: HOG-FAB Ride to Spectrum Services' Ellenville campus, Kingston campus, and back to Woodstock Harley-Davidson
11:30 to  Noon: Return and celebrate with the Blow-Out BBQ party sponsored by Woodstock Harely-Davidson
The registration donation is $20 ($10 for a passenger), and as a thank you, you’ll receive a complimentary HOG-FAB pin and free admission to the post-ride Blow-Out BBQ at Woodstock Harley-Davidson.

Registration
Click Here to Register for Rider Only
Click Here to Register for Rider and Passenger
Click Here if you're just going to join us for the BBQ (This is included, though, in your donation above if you're riding)


We're so glad you'll be joining the HOG-FAB ride to support Spectrum Services, and all the students with autism we serve. Please help us by having your family, friends and colleagues make a donation to sponsor our riders. You can email them, text them, and even Facebook them if you're on Face Book. Here's some sample text you can use.
I'm taking part in the HOG-FAB ride for Spectrum Services, a school here in the Hudson Valley that serves children with autism. I'm riding to help raise funds for [Insert Funding Need]. I'm hoping you can help sponsor me with a donation to Spectrum Services and their students. Simply go to [website address], and make a donation.

 

 


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Center for Spectrum Services

Long before autism became a commonly understood disability, the Center for Spectrum Services (formerly The Children's Annex) focused on the treatment of this puzzling disorder.  With a history of excellence serving people all across the autism spectrum, the dedicated and talented staff of the Center for Spectrum Services believe that each person we work with has the ability to grow, learn and achieve, and with each day another life is brightened.

Watch this 4-minute video to see what we do, every day

 
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