The event is taking place on Saturday, May 26th at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, in Brunswick.
The Brunswick Eagle Riders Motorcycle Group are gearing up, once again, to hit the pavement for a worthy cause.
"Our motorcycle group will be having a Patriot Ride & BBQ Bash to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project," Andrea Lacasse said. "We wanted to something for people, who we felt, didn't have enough done for them."
The event is taking place on Saturday, May 26th at the Fraternal Order of Eagles, in Brunswick, Maryland. "We got this idea to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project on this date, because we get a lot of visitors to our area during the Memorial Day weekend," continued Lacasse.
Registration is from 9 am - 10:45 am. Bikers will leave at 11 am, heading out through scenic roads of Frederick County to arrive at Antietam National Battlefield. Once at the battlefield, a stop will be made for a break, and to take in the scenery. From there, an alternate scenic route will be taken back to the Eagles Club, where a delicious BBQ lunch will be served. "BBQ pork, chicken, cole slaw, baked beans, and macaroni and cheese will be on the menu, and there will also be live entertainment," Lacasse continued. "Heading the entertainment will be Sound Assassins."
Registration fees are: $20.00 for bike/operator, $10.00 for a passenger, and General Admission (not riding) is $10.00, children under 10 are $5. The first 100 registered riders to show up will receive a swag bag.
For more information go to www.fraternalorderofeagles.com .