State & National Parks
PAST FAMILY REUNIONS
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Trikers have been involved in public service helping veterans & kids for many years
MISOURI VETERAN'S HOME IN MOUNT VERNON
PATRIOT GUARDS RIDE IN BRANSON
We attended annual national rallies in Branson for many years. One of the highlights of the trip was always a visit to the Missouri Veteran's Home. Every vet was given as many rides as they wanted on as many trikes as they wished. It often required two or three people to get them on and off the trike, but everyone worked together well to accomplish the task at hand and a good time was had by all. Several mentioned that it was the only time they left the home every year. Each one thanked us for the rides and we all thanked them for their service.
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A majority of trikers have children and grandchildren. Many triker groups do humanitarian work in their community or become involved in good causes for kids at the local, state or national level. Working closely with the local authorities and non-profit motorcycle organizations to protect children, they empower abused children to testify against their abusers in court and it is not uncommon to witness a perpetrator receive a life sentence without parole. Most of them got off scott free for many years because their victims were too frightened to testify. Working hand in hand with Children's Protective Service, trikers also help create a wonderful celebration for new families at National Adoption Day each year in counties all over the country. A lot of them are also participating in benefit rides and fundraisers for individuals and non-profit organizations regarding prevention and rehabilitation involving drug use.
Many trikers are veterans and are more than happy to contribute a lot of their time and money in charities involving our veterans, such as Wounded Warriers. A significant number of them are also involved in the Patriot Riders, which escorts the remains of soldiers who have died in the performance of their duties or while on active duty. They usually go to the airport and wait for the plane to land, then escort the vehicle carrying the casket to a designated place, such as a funeral home. If requested, they escort the families, as well, to and from the funeral or provide escort services for other activities.
TRIADICS CENTRAL BRANCH RALLY
Free On Three - Never A Fee
KOA Campground RV Park
1109 W Diamond Dr, Salina, KS 67401-9542
Fri July 29 through Sun AM, July 31, 2022
Always good idea making reservations.
Or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
GPS 38.87026 97.623039
Reserve: 800 562 3126 Check-In 3pm Check-out 11am
Fri 3 PM - Sign in & Setup, dinner on your own, Socialize
Sat 8 AM - Sign In - Breakfast on your own
Sat 11:30 - Dinner at 6 PM.
Branch Group Ride to be Announced, Tom Sherlock
(Please Be Fueled - See Tom for details & stops)
Stop for lunch
Sat 5 PM Central Branch Meeting at RV Park
Sat 6 PM - Dinner & Socialize
Sun 8 AM - Free Coffee, Drinks, & Donuts
Triadics Central Branch - Sonny Suskey
Text 785-614-0732 or Ks_trikes@yahoo.com
All Trikers Welcome
Hope to see you there, Ride Free - Ride Safe