NBC News center: (VIDEOS) Veterans Charity Ride donates PPE to local first responders
BY Anya Mueller
STURGIS, S.D. — The Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis (VCR) is a veteran-operated, non-profit organization that uses “motorcycle therapy” to get vets outdoors and connect them with a strong network of other veterans to help them adjust back into civilian life.
They have custom-built motorcycles and sidecars for disabled veterans to operate.
KJCT Channel 8: Veterans Charity Ride stops in Fruita on their way to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
NBC 11 News: Veterans Charity Ride stops in Fruita on their way to Sturgis Motorcycle Rally
craig press: (Photos) Veterans Charity Ride delivers PPE to Memorial Regional Health
By Joshua Carney
By Beacon Senior News
The Veterans Charity Ride (VCR) is a veteran-operated nonprofit that uses “motorcycle therapy” to get vets outdoors and connect them with a strong network of other veterans.
A group of 15 veterans will ride into town Tuesday afternoon as part of Veterans Charity Ride, delivering much-need personal protection equipment to Memorial Regional Health and VFW Post 4265.
us veterans magazine: Indian Motorcycle Continues Support Of Veterans Charity Ride & Motorcycle Therapy Adventure To Sturgis For 2020
Indian Motorcycle®, America’s First Motorcycle Company, today announced its continued support and sponsorship of the sixth annual Veterans Charity Ride (VCR) to Sturgis.
This year, in addition to using the organization’s unique brand of motorcycle therapy to aid combat veterans dealing with PTSD, the veteran-operated, non-profit organization will implement a “service before self” initiative to show appreciation to first responders who have been working on the frontlines during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Veteran’s Charity Ride uses “motorcycle therapy,” a proven remedy that provides therapeutic solutions to help fellow veterans move forward and adjust to civilian life. The 2020 ride will include 15 total veterans – nine new veterans, along with six returning veterans who will serve as mentors.
The latest This Week in Moab features three informative guest segments. First, Veterans Charity Ride founder Dave Frey discusses his Moab-based motorcycle therapy event. Hear about how the coronavirus pandemic is adjusting their plans, and compounding the need for good Veteran mental health services.
Ride Apart: Indian Motorcycle Supports Sixth Annual Veterans Charity Ride To Sturgis
By: Janaki Jitchotvisut
The sixth annual Veterans Charity Ride to Sturgis will start on July 29, 2020, in Moab, Utah. Indian Motorcycle is supporting participants once again, providing a variety of Indian Motorcycle models to ride over the course of the two-week event. The 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally is scheduled to kick off on August 7, 2020, at the time of writing.
by Sue Frey
US Army Staff Sergeant Mike Brown arrived at Rocket City Indian Motorcycle in Huntsville, Alabama on a recent Saturday morning to talk about the benefits of Motorcycle Therapy with his fellow servicemen. Little did he know that the “event” was orchestrated to surprise him with a gorgeous Indian Darkhorse motorcycle. There were dozens of friends, family, military and veterans in attendance, and it seemed everyone but Mike knew about the surprise.