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Tomahawk Fall Ride this weekend

September 10, 2019

The 38th annual Tomahawk Fall Ride at SARA Park for MDA, hosted by Harley-Davidson Operations in Tomahawk, will be held on Thursday, Sept. 12 through Saturday, Sept. 14.

The weekend includes many activities for both riders and non-riders. The organized ride, auction and raffle drawing will be on Saturday at 5 p.m. 

The weekend will feature live music on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. All three days will include vendors, food, refreshments, raffles, and activities at SARA Park. Along with many merchandise vendors, there will be official Fall Ride merchandise and Tomahawk Operations Harley Davidson Apparel for sale. In addition, a 2019 Harley-Davidson Vivid Black FLHTK Ultra Limited Motorcycle will be raffled off. Tickets will be sold at SARA park for $5 per ticket or $20 for five tickets.

There will be a children’s activity area hosted by the Christian Motorcycle Association. Tours of the Harley-Davidson Somo plant, State Trooper demonstrations, and Fun Run Rides will also occur.

Every year, Harley-Davidson riders volunteer their time to visit nearly 80 MDA summer camps held for thousands of kids affected by muscle disease across the country. Riders host barbecues, give sidecar motorcycle rides, provide temporary tattoos and let admiring youngsters take pictures with their motorcycles. These riders make what is already called the “best week of the year,” a truly unforgettable experience for kids with muscular dystrophy. What began as a charitable idea has become something much more personal; a matter of the heart and soul. Harley-Davidson riders know there’s no greater high, no richer reward than the feeling they get from making a child happy and giving that child hope for the future.

For more details and a schedule of events, visit: www.facebook.com/tomahawkfallrideatsarapark or visit the Chamber of Commerce website for the weekend schedule!


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