Ride for Liam
Thanks for visiting the Ride For Liam page!
Liam Reda was a young victim of a brain tumor who was taken from us much too soon. He was diagnosed as a baby, and although his parents and doctors tried every treatment at their disposal, Liam lost his battle in 1999 at just three years old.
The Reda family found a much needed support system in The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, and made sure to use this tragedy as a way to focus energy on helping families who are going through the same terrible struggle. Since August 1999 we have done this ride every year, and we are proud to support this organization and the work they do every day to help children and their families who struggle with pediatric brain tumors.
Our bikes are tuned up and we're ready to hit the road! We ride Sunday August 6th, and we can't wait to see our friends and our fellow bikers.
Our ride begins at
Motorcyclepedia (a really cool motorcycle museum!)
250 Lake Street
Newburgh, NY 12550
Registration ends at 9:30 and kickstands up at 10am! Going to be a great day.
Please support our team and make a donation today. Thank you!
Aidan Hand and The Reda Family
Our team is registered to participate in Ride for Kids to support the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Ride for Kids is a national motorcycle event that raises money for medical research and family support. We're riding to help kids and their families beat the odds against one of the deadliest forms of childhood cancer.
Help us reach our fundraising goal and support our team as we join hundreds of other motorcyclists on a ride to cure the kids. You can donate online -- it's safe, secure and easy.
Please email me back if you have questions about Ride for Kids. I hope you are able to support our team. We will keep you updated on my progress.