The bike ride was a way for the Virginia Beach chapter and community to honor veterans and raise money for the Mayflower Food Drive.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. — The Virginia Beach chapter of the US Military Vets Motorcycle Club hosted a bike ride to honor veterans and also raise money for the annual Mayflower Food Drive.
Other area motorcycle clubs, motorcycle enthusiasts, and even cars were encouraged to sign-up and participate in the “poker run.”
There was also food and drink kiosks, and a raffle. The poker run ended at Bayside Harley-Davidson in Portsmouth.
The Mayflower Marathon is a 57-hour consecutive food and fund drive that takes place the weekend before Thanksgiving each year. It especially needs funds since the pandemic has affected families in the region.
To learn more about the nonprofit veterans’ motorcycle club, click here.