Calling All Pro-Life Bikers: Second Annual Ride for the Unborn!

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August 27, 2013

Calling all bikers! On, Saturday, September 14, The Family Foundation will hold its Second Annual Ride for the Unborn — a day where motorcycle ministries and pro-life advocates join from across the commonwealth to celebrate God’s precious gift of life.

Even if you don’t ride, come join us for this incredible event — it will be an experience you will not want to miss. Can you picture (and imagine the sound of) 100-plus motorcycles roaring into Capitol Square in support of life? What a statement on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves. Click here to view pictures and a slide show of last year’s successful ride and see the video below.

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The sound and the fury! Bikers from across Virginia rode to the capitol to bring unconventional attention to the plight of the unborn. Click the picture to see a video. This year’s event will be even bigger.

The program will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Colonial Heights Baptist Church (check-in begins at 9:00), followed by a ride through historic Richmond including the capitol, and finish at the church with an optional barbeque lunch. The program and ride are free, but there is a $10 fee for those desiring to stay for lunch.

So, plan to join us for the Second Annual Ride for the Unborn, Saturday, September 14, where pro-life bikers from all over VIrginia ride to the capitol to show strength for the weakest and most innocent among us. Please help us spread the word about this exciting event of praise and fellowship with motorcycle ministries and riders of faith at your church and by sharing this post on your social media sites. All are invited to this rally to support the unborn — come and bring friends — it’s free and you don’t have to be a motorcycle rider to attend or enjoy the activities.

In order to provide enough food and make the proper preparations, or for more information, please click here and register. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, September 14.

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