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Together We Ride Motorcycle Poker Run

February 23 @ 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

$10 – $25

The Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation (SALEF) in cooperation with the Marana Police Department presents its first ever Motorcycle Poker Run. Saturday February 23rd, 2019. ‘Together We Ride’ is the theme of this event. We invite the motorcycle community who would like to support our law enforcement and participate together in a fun-filled poker run ride to register today at: www.protectingourprotectors.org.
The host event site where the ride starts and finishes is at the Harley Davidson of Tucson store on Interstate 10 & Ina. Our goal is to see 300 or more bikes!
Check In: 8am, Kickstands Up: 9am. Last Bike In: 2pm. $25 per Rider, $10 per Passenger. Live music by The County Line, Food, Raffle Prizes, High & Low Hand Prizes, Vendors. INAUGURAL RIDE PIN provided to registrants. Long sleeve t-shirts free for Rider/Passenger with paid registration until 1/11/19. $20 each after 1/11/19. Sponsor a route stop or sign up to be a vendor at the event site. Call SALEF today at 520-207-2878. WWW.PROTECTINGOURPROTECTORS.ORG


February 23
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
$10 – $25


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