American Pride Ride brings out family and friends, tradition at center

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Over 200 motorcyclists came out in solidarity for the 24th annual American Pride ride. 

All registered riders were all smiles on a sunny day in corning. it all benefited many organizations like the children’s miracle network, American red ross and salvation army. one participant said this event is pretty special. 

“For the kids. Help out the community and feel good about myself,” said participant Paul Ritter. “It means we have a really cool community. People helping out other people. That’s what I get out of it,” added Ritter. 

Many riders expressed how happy they were  to partake in the days festivities. They look forward to more showings of community togetherness with the focus on family and tradition. 

And the pride ride still continues at the Arnot Mall tonight.

There will be fireworks, music, vendors, food, drinks, and inflatables for children.

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