The 2020 VIPER RIDE was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
That makes to 2021 ride that much more important. THE VIPER RIDE™ and THE VIPER RIDE PLUS+™ events cannot succeed without the help and support of generous, engaged partners, sponsors, supporters, and donating organizations and individuals. Please Help us provide this very special day for blind, visually impaired, or physically handicapped veterans.
Thank you for your donation!
The American Legion Riders Association of Wisconsin (District 4 & 5) will provide required safety checks and vehicle certifications for the ride. Formation of the American Legion Riders occurred in Garden City, Michigan in 1993. Since then, groups have been formed throughout the country. The concept was for a family oriented motorcycle association that would operate within the American Legion, consisting of members of the American Legion, Auxiliary and Sons of the Legion who shared an interest in motorcycling.
Operation HighGround is a not-for-profit organization that caters to the needs of homeless, unemployed, disadvantaged, and other downtrodden veterans throughout the Midwest. OpHG is organized to identify and implement strategies to help veterans find and obtain housing, employment, education and transportation. They are recruiting and coordinating support for our organization, our event, and the volunteers and event staff (the GROUNDCREW).
2020 Donations to THE VIPER RIDE in remembrance of Roland V. Salin
We are currently seeking dedicated individuals to help us throughout the year as we count down towards THE VIPER RIDE PLUS 2021 event. THE VIPER RIDE Leadership Team has many specific needs and we are looking for talented individuals to help us grow, improve and maintain our high standards for this ride and organization. If you think you have what it takes and are so inclined to join us as a planner and a leader, please contact us at: email@example.com.
THE VIPER RIDE™ Conversations with Carole Caine
Carole Caine interviews THE VIPER RIDE™ Founder TJ Oman and TAILGUNNER Rob Ivy.