We are starting to look for people to be the recipients for next years benefit. The Ride for Hope was started in 2009 to help community members struggling with cancer and other life altering diseases. Each year the Ride for Hope raises funds and hope for one local recipient, along with a portion of the funds going to Tammy Walker Cancer Center to help hundreds of Kansas residents. The Ride for Hope consists of a 100+ mile benefit ride that winds through the Kansas country side stopping in small towns at some of our favorite destinations. Once we return to Salina we host a charity auction along with drawings for several prizes that have been donated by local and national businesses to help us raise money for the recipient and Tammy Walker Cancer Center. It is a great time of fellowship with fellow riders and local supporters. If you know someone from Central Kansas that would benefit from this please click on the link below and send us their information.
Fire and Iron MC’s 2019 Region 7 Rally will be held right here in Salina Kansas this year! Your own Station 27 members will be hosting members from all over for a few days of riding, relaxation, and of course a little fun while we are at it. This is a members only event for the majority of the week but on Saturday September 21st we will open up the fun to our friends, family, supporters, and other local clubs that want to attend Crash, our State Rep’s wedding or just hang out for awhile.
For members wanting to register click below
Call 785-404-6247 to book rooms – Make sure to tell them you are with Fire & Iron! CUT OFF FOR ROOMS IS SEPT 6TH!
Ok folks we are starting to take recipients for the 2019 benefit. Click below and submit those that you know could use a little hope!
We are a week out and very excited to see everyone! Remember Pre-Party next Friday at the Blind Pig Sports Lounge and we have rooms discounted at the Quality Inn & Suites Salina. We have lots of cool donations and some amazing custom pieces for this year’s auction, so come party like rock-stars and help us raise some HOPE!
This last week several of our members made the trek to West “By God” Virginia for the 2018 National Rally. Food, Fun, Water sports, Some of the most beautiful riding, and of course a little debauchery was enjoyed by all!! If you ever get a chance to ride through the Appalachian Mountains I would highly recommend it!
We are very happy to announce Kail Greep and Zeb Larson as the benefactors for the 2018 Ride for Hope.
Kail, a second grader at Enterprise Elementary, was diagnosed in 2017 with LCH (langerhans cell histiocytosis). He has already underwent numerous treatments of chemo at Children’s Mercy in Kansas City.
Zeb was diagnosed with melanoma cancer in December 2017. He has sought treatment at KU Medical Center and had surgery on one of 3 brain tumors the second week of January.
As we have in the past a portion of the proceeds will also go to Tammy Walker Cancer Center here in Salina to help a multitude of local people. We hope to see all our familiar faces and alot of new ones out to support these people on July 14th!
Once again FIMC 27 has a Green Mountain Tailgater Grill up for grabs! All the proceeds for ticket sales goes to the benefactors of this years Ride for Hope. Catch up with any of our members or get ahold of us through the contact page on here to get yours! The winner will be drawn and announced July 14th at the 2018 Ride for Hope here in Salina KS.
We will be taking submissions for the 2018 Ride for Hope until March 1st. If you know someone that would make a good candidate please go to the submissions page or click on the link below and shoot us their information.
The Ride for Hope crew is in full swing right now getting things ready for the 2018 event on July 14th! We are still taking nominations, we are working up some amazing donations as always for the benefit auction and our Road Captains are putting together what we hope to be the best route yet. Make sure to stay tuned here and on the event page for the most up to date information
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Thanks for your continued support of the
Ride for Hope.