Join hundreds of riders for the 10th Annual Memorial Motorcycle Run, the Ride to Remember, Saturday, April 22, 2017.

In 2007, the first Memorial Motorcycle Run, was organized by David Dunn, owner of Margarita Island in Oklahoma City and Willie Butler, a member of the Heartland Heat Chapter of the Wind and Fire Motorcycle Club. Many of the organizers of the Ride are both active and retired Oklahoma City Firefighters and were first responders following the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The Ride was organized because they wanted to give back to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum to help further its mission of remembering those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever.

Since its inception, the Ride has contributed much needed funds to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. Last year, nearly 1,500 riders participated in the Ride to Remember and we are anticipating even more on Saturday, April 22, 2017. The Memorial Museum is a privately owned and operated non-profit organization, and does not receive annual operating funds from any federal, state or local government. The Memorial Museum depends on the generosity of friends like you to continue its mission to remember. We hope you will join us this year for our 10th Annual Ride to Remember.

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RIDE to REMEMBER – April 22, 2017

9am – Registration opens at Papa’s Leather (6623 NW 23rd St., Bethany) and Harley-Davidson World (6904 W Reno Ave., Oklahoma City)12pm – First bikes out1pm – Wreath-laying ceremony at Oklahoma City National Memorial

6pm – Last bikes in at Margarita Island (8139 NW 10th, Oklahoma City)7:30pm – Winners announced, patches distributed and concert!