INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – An excellent opportunity to get out,get some fresh air and support a great cause begins today.
The 22nd annual ‘Miracle Ride’ for Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health starts things off Saturday with four regional runs.
The long-running charity event is the largest and longest running motorcycle run of its kind in the State of Indiana
This year’s event is expected to raise about $350,000. Over the past 21 years, the annual event has raised more than $4.5 million for the patients and families of Riley Hospital.
Terry Reilly, executive director of the ‘Miracle Ride’, said, “It’s a very emotional moment. These big, tough, bearded, tattooed motorcyclists will come to tears and it’s a real special moment.”
Registration is still available to those who want to participate in Sunday’s events. For more information on the 22nd annual ‘Miracle Ride’ or to register, visit Miracle Ride.