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Motorcycle ride benefiting first responders set for Saturday

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A motorcycle ride benefitting the Philip Mahan Davis Foundation will roll through Shelby and Jefferson County on Saturday, April 2. All riders are welcome to take part.

A motorcycle ride benefitting the Philip Mahan Davis Foundation will roll through Shelby and Jefferson County on Saturday, April 2. (Photo courtesy officerphilipdavis.com)

A motorcycle ride benefitting the Philip Mahan Davis Foundation will roll through Shelby and Jefferson County on Saturday, April 2. (Photo courtesy officerphilipdavis.com)

The Philip Mahan Davis Foundation is a non-profit which provides emotional and financial support to first responders and dispatchers who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty. The foundation was established by survivors of Pelham Officer Philip Davis, who was killed in the line of duty on December 4, 2009. The ride is sponsored by a national motorcycle club of current and former law enforcement, military, and civilians.

Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. at Max Motorsports for the two-hour ride which will begin at Max Motorsports, 400 Keystone Court in Pelham and end at the motorcycle clubhouse in North Pelham. Kick stands up is at 11:00 a.m. Registration for the ride is $20.00 per bike and $5.00 per rider.

For more information, please contact Steve Dickson at 205-266-7455 or visit the event Facebook Page “Philip M Davis 1st Responders Ride”. For more information concerning the Philip Mahan Davis Foundation, go to www.officerphilipdavis.com.

 

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