500 Motorcycles Will Escort Buses to Camp Rainbow Gold
Camp Rainbow Gold was established 25 years ago by the American Cancer Society. It's a week long celebration of life for nearly 85 cacer survivors that provides them an "escape from the rigors of thier illness." The camp is free to these children and their families and is fully staffed by a medical team and a licensed social worker to make sure that the children are supported both emotionally and medically.
Every year, a bunch of bikers with big hearts get together and rally around the busses and escort them to camp. This year, around 500 bikers are expected to participate in the Motorcycle Escort to Camp Rainbow Gold.
Anyone on a bike is welcome to join the escort.
Sunday, July 31st - Bellevue City Park
- Bikers and Supporters Arrive
- BBQ Lunch offerd by Kiwanis Club of Hailey and Wood River Valley
1p-2p - Busses Arrive and Escort begins north of Catherdral Pines
4p-6p - Head to Mahoney's for live music by Dirty Johnny, food, beverages and raffle prizes.
NO registration fee for this ride.
For more information, contact Pat Pacheco: 208-539-6885 firstname.lastname@example.org