200 Bikers Ride Through Los Angeles to Take a Stand Against Child Abuse

200 Bikers Ride Through Los Angeles to Take a Stand Against Child Abuse

200 riders arrived at Paramount Ranch after driving from Bartel’s Harley-Davidson in Marina Del Rey.

Everyone can do something to stop child abuse. What’s your something? Last month, more than 200 riders took to the streets of Los Angeles to raise awareness and funds to end child abuse in their community. And it was a powerful sight to see. (Last year, 50 riders participated.)

The police-escorted ride from Bartels’ Harley-Davidson in Marina Del Rey to Paramount Ranch raised a little over $20,000 for our 2nd Annual Ride for the Children motorcycle event. This support will go a long way to fund child abuse prevention, adoption services, and family resources through Olive Crest in Los Angeles.

Special thanks to Oltmans Construction, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, Harley-Davidson of Glendale, Bartels’ Harley-Davidson, Putnam & Smith, and Sanders & Wohrman Corporation for making a great day of live music by Aces & Eights, raffle prizes, and BBQ possible. And to Grand Marshals Lorenzo Lamas, Perry King, and Dave Ekins for helping make this year’s ride a huge success!

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