Motorcyclists Ride for Children with Autism

Save the Date for the Morning of Saturday, June 18, 2016
Motorcyclists Ride for Children with Autism and Center for Spectrum Services

Bikers from around the Hudson Valley are coming together for a fundraising ride, in recognition of Spectrum Services’ 40th anniversary of helping students with autism, and for the many years beyond that it will provide clinical and education services to students with autism and their families.

Registered riders get:

Free Kick-start breakfast at Woodstock Harley Davidson or Hot Shotz in Kerhonkson
An Official Autism Ride Pin
Stops and visits at Spectrum Services Ellenville and Kingston Schools
Entrance to the Blow-Out BBQ after the ride

The Ride
For riders in the northern areas, we’ll converge at 9:00am for a continental breakfast and registration at Woodstock Harley Davidson, and we’ll start riding at 9:30am heading south, and around 10:30am, arrive at Center for Spectrum Services school in Ellenville.

For riders in the southern areas, we’ll converge at 9:30am for a continental breakfast and registration at Hot Shotz in Kerhonkson, and then heard over to Center for Spectrum Services school in Ellenville (just a few minutes away) to meet up with our northern riders.

At 11:00am, we’ll Kick Stand Up to stop by the school's Kingston Campus, receive our special Autism Ride Pins, and then all head back to Woodstock Harley-Davidson for a Blow-Out BBQ and tons of fun!