2016 Event (9/25)
This year’s ride is leaving from Yankee Harley Davidson on Route 6 in Bristol and ending at the Farmington Polo Grounds in Farmington. Registration at Yankee Harley Davdison from 9-11:15 a.m., ride starting at 11:30 a.m.
Live Entertainment—Live Entertainment starts at 9:00 am at Yankee Harley Davidson in Bristol, featuring FACE4RADIO and at 12:30 pm at The Farmington Polo Grounds featuring STORMROLLER. Come early and bring a friend!
This event was the idea of committee chair, Ron Catucci, a long time rider and his friend Keith Stack. Upon hearing the idea, long time Petit family friend Vincent Trantolo offered the assistance of his firm, Trantolo & Trantolo LLC. They were instrumental in organizing the event and securing generous help from Yankee Harley Davidson and Bozzuto’s Food Distribution Center. Not missing a step, Ryan Lucas the Manager of the Southington Outback Steak House very quickly stepped in and offered to do “whatever it takes.” The “Ride for Justice” has proven to be very successful and one of the major fundraisers for the Petit Family Foundation. Please join us to help make 2016 one of our best years yet!
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