It's scheduled to be sunny and beautiful in Maine this Saturday, July 13th. It's always a perfect day to ride for our Veterans, but we appreciate the forecasted assist from Mother Nature.


Meet Your Host for This Ride for Vets Event in Maine

Jarheads Motorcycle Club is a club consisting of active duty or honorably discharged Marines and FMF Corpsmen and RP's/ Chaplains. We love to ride and serve Veterans. -

Jarheads Motorcycle Club is an independent, non-profit, non-political and 100% neutral club consisting of United States Marines and Navy personnel attached to the Fleet Marine Forces. Their sole purpose is to raise money for New England Veterans and their families.


The Dirigio Crew of Jarheads MC is hosting the "We Ride for Vets" ride and event on Saturday, July 13th to raise money for MVP (Maine Veterans Project). They are the same group of heroes who assisted with the memorial of a recently abandoned Maine Marine Veteran.

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The Details of Maine's Upcoming Ride for Veterans

Registration begins this Saturday morning at Central Maine Harley Davidson in Hermon.

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Registration is from 0900 until 1000, and kickstands are up at 1030. Donations will be collected by the Dirigo Crew, Jarheads MC upon registration and check-in. ALL makes and models of motorcycles are invited to go on this important ride.

This will be a police-escorted event as your safety is extremely important. The event is scheduled to last until 1700. Have a great ride and thank you to all our Veterans!

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