OUR MISSION - To engage with Blind & Visually Impaired Veterans from Wisconsin and provide a day of motorcycling, socializing, food, and entertainment.

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Do you have skills and talents to share?

Planning for the 2018 VIPER RIDES will begin in a matter of days. We are looking for dedicated individuals to help us throughout the year as we count down towards THE VIPER RIDE 2018. We have many specific needs and are looking for many specific talents to help us grow and improve and maintain our

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THE VIPER RIDE – 2017 Dress Rehearsal Dates

THE VIPER RIDE™ will conduct two dress rehearsal rides prior to the event. While it is not a requirement to attend one of the dress rehearsal rides, it is highly recommended for all PILOTS and GROUNDCREW! The dates for the 2017 dress rehearsal rides are: Saturday, August 5th and Sunday, August 13th. Ride times and starting locations

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Application Deadlines

The deadlines for applications to participate in the 2017 VIPER RIDE are not too far off. Don’t be left out! Submit your VIPER application soon. The deadline for TAILGUNNER Applications is July 1st, 2017. The deadline for PILOT and GROUNDCREW Applications is July 15th, 2017. Unlike so many other rides, THE VIPER RIDE does not

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Groundcrew Age Restriction

Please be aware that due to the nature of THE VIPER RIDE event we do have a minimum age restriction for volunteers. For the safety of all participants and the event as a whole, no one under the age of seventeen (17) will be considered or allowed to participate as a VIPER GROUNDCREW VOLUNTEER. This age restriction does

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2017 VIPER Applications are available

Applications for participation on the 2017 VIPER RIDE are now available on line. Please go to the appropriate page on this website to down load the updated form. Once downloaded, fill it out (either by hand or by typing in the info using the computer) and return it to us in accordance with instructions provided

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Did you know?

There are 132,000 blind veterans nationwide. Blindness leads to isolation, isolation leads to depression, and depression leads to bad things… 22 veterans commit suicide every day. We can make a difference because we as motorcycle riders know being on, or even around, a motorcycle makes us feel more alive. We believe we can bring excitement,

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