The morning looked iffy on Saturday, but the weather cleared for our ride … and what a kick-ass ride it ended up being!

And we helped our friends and a worth cause: Healing Hearts Respite Foundation (

We’d also like to thank our two vendors, Handcrafted Flags and Hogwash Experience. Please visit them at and

Our venue was Lion & Bull ( and as usual they did a great job hosting our event!

And last but not least we want to thank our two ride stops, Solace Brewing in Sterling, Va., ( and Joe’s Pizza in Marshall, Va. (

Please support these businesses because they supported us and Healing Hearts!

Start 11am at Lion & Bull, 5351 Merchants View Square, Haymarket, VA
To benefit Healing Hearts Respite Foundation

We will have poker run stops and prizes for the best and worst hands as well as door prizes and a gun raffle.

The gun raffle tickets are $10 each. The winner will be able to choose from a Glock 19 or a Shockwave or a cash prize of $300. Please email if you’d like to purchase a raffle ticket.

Registration will be $15 per bike and $5 for a passenger.

About Healing Hearts Respite Foundation 501(C) (3):

Healing Hearts Respite Foundation (HHRF), based out of Northern Virginia, is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization, inspired by the many families in our community that have touched our hearts. These families have weathered storms of cancer, life threatening diseases and other illnesses. We have witnessed amazing demonstrations of faith, strength and beauty from these families. Like Sea Glass, their hearts were broken, tossed and tumbled. When Sea Glass washes up on the beach, it has been revitalized and refreshed with a new beauty. We hope that each family’s hearts are renewed, revitalized and refreshed after taking a time of respite at our beach home. Our hope is that the families that will visit our respite home will connect with God and each other by setting aside the everyday burdens of their storm and make lasting memories with their loved ones.

“Broken shells inspire others and demonstrate the will to go on in a way that no perfect shell could ever do.”
— A quote from Carol Hamblet Adams, “My Beautiful Broken Shell”.

** for more information or question please email