Realities Ride & Rally ‘Rocks & Rolls’ this Memorial Day Weekend

2015 dated logoWashington Park is the place to be this Memorial Day Weekend for the 14th Annual Realities Ride & Rally. The event raises over $100,000 for children in Larimer County who have been abused or neglected. The Realities Ride & Rally has taken on a life of its own and has grown to become a Guinness Record holder for the largest motorcycle poker run in the world!
In addition to thousands of motorcyclists ‘Rolling’ around the Front Range for children in need, this event ‘Rocks’ for the entire community. Everyone is invited Memorial Day weekend to celebrate and honor those who gave ALL for our freedom and come together to raise awareness for the children in our community that have suffered childhood abuse. The Realities Rally is a two-day music festival that features a 200 foot zip line, hot wing eating contest, a rock climbing wall and the introduction of the Young Realities Riders patriotic-themed bicycle ride down North Howes Avenue. Prizes will be given out for the most patriotic costumes and the festival ends with the presentation of the colors and free apple pie in the park for everyone.
If you are looking for a great music lineup to kick your summer into gear, this one should be ranked among the top for size, scope, music and mission. The rally offers a full lineup of local bands, all free and open to the public. For a $100 donation to the Realities For Children Emergency Fund, get VIP access that gives festival goers all-star treatment and roof-top views of the bands. While music has taken center stage at this downtown event, the focus is still the purpose and mission of what Realities For Children does for kids in Larimer County. All proceeds from the weekend and the ride benefit the Emergency Fund for the unmet needs of abused children in Larimer County. So if you ride, register today, if you don’t, be there Sunday to cheer on thousands of ‘Realities Riders’ who helped raise money for this fund each year and give a voice to the children in our community silenced by abuse.
The event is packed full of fun activities for people of all ages and interests, and offers a multitude of ways to get involved and raise funds for the children. So, no matter what you ride: from a fat-tire bike to a fatboy Harley, be a part of this celebration for our community’s children.
Learn more and pre-register to ride today at

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