This year, the ride is starting off from Moon Motorcycles in Issaquah. (Moon Motorcycles - Google Maps). The ride will be about 80 to 90 miles through the back roads and will end up at the City Hall Saloon in Enumclaw. (City Hall Saloon - Google Maps).

There's no cost for the ride this year, but donations are encouraged and will be accepted at the end of the ride. All proceeds will benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Seattle.

Riders start checking in at 9:00am the morning of the ride at Moon Motorcycles. Kickstands up and all bikes rumble out of the parking lot at 10:00am.

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YOU CAN GET INVOLVED! - For more information about the event including directions, send an email to Dan Wilson.

For more about the Ronald McDonald House charities, please contact them directly.


Wyatt Wilson was born on April 6th, 1989. Just short of his 16th birthday, he lost the fight in his battle against cancer. While receiving treatment at Children's Hospital in Seattle, he spent two years of his short life at the Ronald McDonald House. Wyatt's father, Dan, has organized an annual motorcycle ride in memory of Wyatt and to give a little back to the people and organization that gave so much to both he and his son.


Ronald McDonald House Charities of Western Washington and Alaska supports families with seriously ill children by providing a caring home-away-from-home at the Seattle Ronald McDonald House and by operating a grants program benefiting children's health related non-profits in Western Washington and Alaska.
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