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post #1 of 34 (permalink) Old 06-05-2012, 06:29 PM Thread Starter
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Chicagoland "Ride For Kids" is a 50 mile motorcycle that starts and ends at Elgin Community College. This years ride is Sunday July 15th.Minimum entry fee is $35 but more money gets you neat stuff. All of the money goes to help kids with brain tumors, which is heavily underfunded from the government. I have been doing this for 17 years and seeing the kids grow up when the outlook was not good is all I need to keep me coming back. I know where the money goes and I can see it working when you look at these kids struggling with this killer. The ride is a circle route and police protected so no foot hits the ground. Please come, bring money and friends with money. Have breakfast, lunch and hear the kids tell you Thank You in their own words.

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Chicagoland "Ride For Kids" is a 50 mile motorcycle that starts and ends at Elgin Community College. This years ride is Sunday July 15th.Minimum entry fee is $35 but more money gets you neat stuff. All of the money goes to help kids with brain tumors, which is heavily underfunded from the government. I have been doing this for 17 years and seeing the kids grow up when the outlook was not good is all I need to keep me coming back. I know where the money goes and I can see it working when you look at these kids struggling with this killer. The ride is a circle route and police protected so no foot hits the ground. Please come, bring money and friends with money. Have breakfast, lunch and hear the kids tell you Thank You in their own words.

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If my insurance company gets me my check and I get my replacement bike Im in. Ill also bring a few other Marines with me. Have you thought about advertising this at Naval Station Great Lakes or at VFW's or American Legion Clubs? A lot of Veterans I know love doing this kind of Charity. They get to give back and ride their bike. If you can email me a flier or something Ill get it sent out to the base up there. [email protected].

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Chicagoland Ride for Kids® July 15, 2012

Elgin Community College
1700 Spartan Dr.
Elgin, IL 60123

Registration opens at 7 a.m. and closes at 9:15 a.m. The escorted ride starts at 9:30 a.m. sharp, rain or shine!

The minimum donation to ride is $35, but the more money you raise, the more premiums you earn.

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First year in a long time that I will have to miss this - We have a Race that weekend and I would normally blow off the race weekend but we have the chance to run USAir backwards and I cannot miss that

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I go nearly every year. Lots of bikes of all kinds. Lots of Marines keeping order, lining up the bikes in preparation for the parade route. It's awesome that they volunteer every year. It's a great time.

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I'm kinda broke do you really need to register? I just wanna ride.
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I'm kinda broke do you really need to register? I just wanna ride.
This is a police lead "parade" type ride. Not the kind of riding you'd enjoy, unless your there for the charity. They do check for wrist bands as you enter the event hall.

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I'm kinda broke do you really need to register? I just wanna ride.
Yes you do. It is a charity ride. There are tons of kids who are MUCH less fortunate then you are and we are trying to raise money for them. I am sure you will not go hungry if you give $35.00 as you probably spend just about the same in 1-2 night bike outings.

I will be there walking parking lot collecting your signatures and giving you wrist bands. Have been riding this ride for over 10 yrs and have been helping organize it for the last 5 or 6.

See you all there.

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Alex are you able to ride the route as a volunteer? I know they have traffic coordinators and such, but are the other volunteers able to ride.

BTW the traffic coordinators (intersection blockers) appear very well orchestrated, since you'll see a number of them more than once. Hats off o the planners in that perspective.

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Alex are you able to ride the route as a volunteer? I know they have traffic coordinators and such, but are the other volunteers able to ride.

BTW the traffic coordinators (intersection blockers) appear very well orchestrated, since you'll see a number of them more than once. Hats off o the planners in that perspective.
Everyone that wants to rides That said, even as volunteer you still need to make minimum donation. That reminds me, I need to set up a collection for this ride, I think I have managed to raise over 2K in the last few years besides what I donate.

Traffic guys are awesome, I forgot the name of the group, but they have ate a cow perfecting their art.

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Roughly 85% of the contributions go to actual programs. That's better (sadly) than most , but I still don't understand with all the volunteers why it takes over $300k a year for fundraising expenses... and those don't include the almost $550k/year in admin expenses, majority of which are ridiculous salaries of the leadership.

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I haven't looked at the latest numbers, but I was told before that it was 91c of every dollar that went into the program.

Why it takes 300k to run it? Oh I do not know. All of the free food and drinks, having organizers fly/drive from one location to another and spend a few days there. Pay for those survivors and what not.

And when you look at the big scale even if they spend 300k, that is just what Chicago, YES WE ROCK, collects in one day. Which means that everything else is pure gravy.

ONLY 500K in admin and majority of which are ridiculous salaries of the leadership. ARE YOU HIGH? Some organizations pay that much to just one person.

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I would normally go, but I think I'm working that weekend, sad to say.

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I would normally go, but I think I'm working that weekend, sad to say.
If you can't be there. Click on this link to make your donation

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Best Group ride of the year in terms of organization and being part of something doing good - You roll thru a few diff towns and the local cops and volunteers stop traffic at every corner so you are part of over 1000 bikes rolling from start to finish with "no foot down" and people come out along the route to cheer you on - This charity raises MILLIONS around the country every year and I have personally seen the kids grow up at this event - Some of their stories are heart breaking and to hear them tell it makes you feel good that you are helping

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BUMPY BUMPY HUMPY

It is this Sunday folks. And if you are interested in helping out there will be a meeting tonight at 7pm at Elgin. I will be there before 6pm.

p.s. Remember, if you can't make it, click on the link in my sig to make your donation.

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Alex where exactly is volunteer meeting?

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I will be leaving from DG area around 4:30

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Sorry Alex, I won't make the meeting. Having the truck serviced and it won't be finished by them.

One of these years the stars will align and I'll be able to volunteer for this event. Usually these type of events, volunteering is more fun than participating.

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Dont give up Ken. There is another meeting same place on Sat morning

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Everything is ready for you guys. Promising to be another great ride.

My oldest kid, 10 yrs old, will be with me, working the parking lot getting you signed in. Stop by and say HI

If you need a wake up call to get your lazy ass out of bed let me know I will be up at 4 and at the location by 5:30am

Oh, those that are not coming it is still not too late to click on the link in my sig and make a donation. Times are tough, but you can survive w/o a cup of java for a day

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I'll be there with my uncle who goes every year. Never done a ride like this, so I'm looking forward to it.
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This is a great time, and a great cause. Glad to see there will be more CLSB representation there this year. You guys rock!

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