Bikers raise thousands for RMH
News | Published on June 20, 2022 at 4:39pm GMT+0000 | Author: Chad Koenen0
By Chad Koenen
The streets of New York Mills came alive on Saturday for the annual Ronald McDonald House Ride. Over 500 motorcycles participated in the event, which raised money for the Ronald McDonald House. The exact amount of money raised was not available at the time of press.
The event is the world’s largest motorcycle ride to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. The 22nd annual event made stops in Henning and Clitherall on Saturday.
The weekend also featured a variety of concerts including Billy D and the Crystals on Friday and the Get Over it Band on Saturday.
Last year 447 motorcycles participated in the event, which raised $135,000 for the Ronald McDonald House.
Other highlights Saturday included the hotdog challenge at the Henning stop, which challenged participants to eat 500 hotdogs for a free-will donation with the proceeds benefitting the Ronald McDonald House.
The winner of the 2022 Harley Davidson motorcycle was Leah Terry from Arugsville, N.D.