Ride Janie Ride – CANCELED

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Date(s) 08/09/2020
Host Wild Fire Harley-Davidson
Location
120 W North Ave.
Villa Park, Illinois 60181
More Info Official Website

Ride Janie Ride has been canceled. Although this motorcycle ride was rescheduled, the promoters have announced the cancellation. Next, the below information is from before this announcement.

Rescheduled Information

The14th annual Ride Janie Ride has been rescheduled in August. Due to the virus impacting Illinois, the date will now be in August rather than first Sunday in May.

Join us for the fifty mile plus motorcycle ride. The ride will be police-escorted.

Next, the start location is at Wild Fire Harley-Davidson in Villa Park.  Then the end location is CD & ME in Frankfort.  Registration begins at 8:30am. Then the ride leaves at 11:00am.

In addition, all makes and models of motorcycles are welcome.  Also, you don’t need a bike to come out and participate..

Everyone welcome to join us at the after-party. The fee is $30 per person. This will get you into the Nashville Electric Company. Also at 2020 Ride Janie Ride, there will be free soda, water, and food.

The mission Ride Janie Ride Foundation’s is to provide financial assistance to those receiving cancer treatments in the Chicagoland area.

PLEASE NOTE: the banner does not have the updated dates.

Pre-Postponement Ride Information Due to Coronavirus

In 2020 will be the 14th annual Ride Janie Ride.  As always, the charity motorcycle ride happens on the first Sunday in May.

Join us for the 50 mile plus police-escorted ride.  The start location is Wild Fire HD in Villa Park and the end location is CD & ME in Frankfort.  Registration starts at 8:30am and leaves at 11am.

No motorcycle, no problem.  Everyone is welcome to meet at the after-party. $30 gets you into see the Nashville Electric Company.  Also, there will be complementary soda, water, and food.

All makes and models of motorcycles are welcome.

Finally, the Ride Janie Ride Foundation’s mission is to provide financial assistance to those receiving cancer treatments in the Chicagoland area.