The event begins in Norwalk, CT at Exit 17 off I-95 (Norden Park). Registration opens at 8:30 and Ceremonies begin at 10:30. The Ride begins at 11:30 a.m. The Ride ending at Seaside Park in Bridgeport for an afternoon of food, and music with performances by both rock and blues bands.
The donation per motorcycle is rider $30.00 and passenger $30.00. A donation is required to ride in the escorted line!
NEW - Due to Construction modifications at our starting point
Please try to your best to Preregister the day before on 8/29/2020 this year (or have someone do it for you!)
****RIDERS AND PASSENGERS will need to already have a wristband to enter the parking lot on Ride day 8/30/2020.
Although you can still register on Ride day at the starting point, Motorcycles will need to park on the street and riders then walk in to register, obtain their wristbands before being allowed to drive in.
REMEMBER - we make it easy! You can print the Registration Form from the website, fill it out, sign it, and someone else can bring it to Captains Cove for you the day before 8/30/2020 on Pre-Registration day! YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COME TO CAPTAIN'S COVE IN PERSON!
We always have single individuals who come with dozens of registration forms already filled out and signed and that one person preregisters dozens of Rider friends with the proper forms and registration fees - and we give them the proper wristbands and bandanas.
- Motorcade from Norden Park to Rte 136
- to Rte 33 through Westport
- to Wilton Rte 7
- to Rte 107 Georgetown
- to Rte 58N Redding
- to Rte 302 Bethel
- to Newtown Rte 25 through Monroe
- to Main Street Trumbull
- to Old Town Rd
- to Park Ave in Fairfield
- continuing into Bridgeport and straight down to Seaside Park with Bpt's Fire Rescue 5 leading the Motorcade.
We will have vendors, food and entertainment, as well as the possibility of some celebrities. Last Sept. we ended with 2,300 motorcycles at Seaside Park! The first year's ride was for NYC, since then we are raising funds for CT Firefighters, CT Law Enforcement, and two local United Ways.