Dream Riders Get Ready to Roll for Special Olympics
The Dream Ride Experience is heartwarming, inspiring, and incredibly moving and it's all about Special Olympics.
On Sunday, August 28, Dream Rides 2016 will kick off with a satellite start at Harley Davidson of Danbury in support of one great cause - the Special Olympics. Registration will begin at 9 AM at H-D of Danbury and go until 11am when all riders hop on their bikes and take off for a police escorted group ride through the scenic back roads of Connecticut to the Farmington Polo Club where thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts will come together to celebrate the achievements of Special Olympic athletes.
For the last 15 years Dream Ride bikers have rode into Farmington, CT from all over the United States to help celebrate Special Olympians. The Experience is not only a fundraiser for Special Olympics, but it's a way to honor the men, women, and children who are living with intellectual disabilities and highlights their determination and passion to overcome challenges. Over the last 15 years, Dreamride.org has raised $4.7 million to help the Special Olympics.
Throughout the day, the celebration continues with live entertainment and music, a pet adoption center, celebrity appearances, delicious food, raffles, and good old family fun. Sunday, August 28 is the day and Harley Davidson is the place if you'd like to take part in this fun and rewarding event. Registration begins at 9 am and the ride leaves for Farmington at 11am. For more info on Dream Rides 2016 or to register online, go to DREAMRIDE.org or call 844-DRM-RIDE.