I’ve covered several motorcycle rides before – but I’ve never ridden with one.
That could be a number of things: A) I don’t ride motorcycles and B) People can’t answer questions when they’re riding.
But Saturday, before heading to Knoebels, I was inadvertently in the middle of the action when my fiance and I ended up driving behind the American Legion Ride for Ashley, which was held to benefit a young woman in Sunbury with Ehlers–Danlos syndrome, “part of a group of inherited connective tissue disorders, caused by a defect in the synthesis of collagen,” Wikipedia says.
Ashley Gay is looking to raise $70,000 for needed surgery and the Post 201 Riders – known for their charity rides – were happy to help Saturday.
It was a great cause, and I was happy to see the great turnout. Here’s my view of the ride: