Long Reach Long Riders Ride Again in July

The Long Reach Long Riders are happy to announce the dates and route for their 8th annual charity motorcycle ride. The 2011 ride will begin on July 1 in Billings, Montana and wind through some of the wildest landscapes in the United States before finishing back in Billings on July 9th. Along the way the group will visit a number of National Parks including Yellowstone, Grand Tetons, Craters of the Moon and Glacier. Old Faithful and Mammoth Hot Springs are two of the many sites to be visited, and the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway and The Highway to the Sun are a couple of the many magnificent roads that will be ridden during the 2011 ride.

What was supposed to be a one time event in 2004 has become an eagerly anticipated annual trip. The ride supports two charities: Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and The ESTA Foundation’s Behind the Scenes Program. To date the LRLR have raised over $250,000.0.

Greg Williams, who shares 2011 Ride Marshal duties with his wife Alice Neff noted, “Last year’s ride was spectacular. The Sierra Nevada Mountains are incredibly beautiful and the ride up the Pacific Coast Highway was breathtaking. Loren Shreiber set a very high bar with last year’s ride but I do believe this year’s route will be even better.”

For more information about the Long Reach Long Riders, to join the ride or make a donation, please visit www.lrlr.org.

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