First Annual Ride for the Fallen Concludes in Falmouth on Friday

Ride ends in Falmouth with police and fire escort through town...
14 faces of those to be honored over a four day ride (Courtesy photo)

The time is here ! The riders have put in many miles and hours on the bikes, and the support team has put in hours of work in preparation to HONOR the Fallen Heroes of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. These are the faces of the Son's, Brother's, Husband's, Father's, Uncle's, Friend's, and Family who paid the ultimate sacrifice protecting their communities and keep them safe. These are the 14 faces of whom we'll be honoring over the course of our 4 day ride. Our inaugural Ride For The Fallen starts this Friday, August 24, at the Rochester Firefighters Memorial on Hartley Rd - across the street from Lloyd's Market. The opening ceremony will start at 8 AM on Friday and we welcome anyone to attend. At the conclusion of the opening ceremony the team will be hitting the road to begin our 300 mile mission to honor the fallen. Thank you to all of our sponsors who have supported our mission, it wouldn't be possible with your generosity !!

  • Wareham Chiropractic & Wellness / Balance Physical Therapy
  • Attleboro Elks #1014
  • Leominster Lodge Of Elks
  • Brighton Elks Lodge #1586 (BPOE)
  • Falmouth Elks
  • Honey Stinger
  • Pickle Juice Sport
  • Trader Joe's-Hanover,MA
  • Empire Ford of New Bedford
  • Spark Bike Run Sports
  • Sunnynook Farm
  • New Bedford Firefighters IAFF Local 841
  • Lexington Firefighters Local 1491

Thank you to all who have donated to support our cause, every penny is truly appreciated !!

The SNEBR will be ending our ride in Falmouth with a Police and Fire Escort through town as we ride to honor Falmouth Fire Captain Gregory Clements, along with 13 Honorees for various Police and Fire Departments in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

 


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