The 'Ride of Respect' Began in 2020 and was created by David Burrows with support from several local motorcycle enthusiasts. Special thank you to Pam Scott of the Sarnia CMC Chapter 016 for planning the route of the inaugural ride.
The 'Ride of Respect' was originally created to show respect for our frontline workers and create awareness to the community that motorcycles are on the road and to remind everyone to 'respect' the rules of the road so that everyone can arrive safely to their destinations.
Arrival and staging will begin at 11 am on Saturday, June 17th at Preferred Towing, located at 46 Indian Rd S, Sarnia, ON N7T 8H9. Kick Stands Up at 12 pm.
We will once again ride through the city to show our respect to the people in our community.
This year we will end the ride at the Moose Lodge at 874 Phillip Street in Sarnia.
More details and a map will follow soon.
There is no fee to join the ride.
We will be asking for donations to support Ohana Landing, a Youth Transitional Housing Facility in Sarnia.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the importance of Ohana Landing in our community.
All participants will receive a patch!
Check back often for updates as we plan to add more elements to the ride.
We, of course, want everyone to be safe during the ride.
Please remember to 'RESPECT' other riders and vehicles on the road.