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Each year, groups of motorcycle enthusiasts combine their love of riding with the joy of helping the kids of St. Jude by hosting fundraising events to benefit the hospital. Some groups make annual trips, traveling miles on their cycles to meet up on the St. Jude campus to present their donations to the hospital. The Southern Cruisers Riding Club, the Peoria to Memphis St. Jude Ride Group, and the Tennessee Gold Wing Road Riders Association are just three of a growing number of motorcycle clubs across America that help raise funds and awareness for St. Jude.
On Aug. 20, the Southern Cruisers rumbled onto the campus with more than 550 guests for their 11th annual visit to the hospital. On Sept. 17, the campus welcomed a group of more than 250 Harley riders headed up by Peoria, Ill., Sheriff Mike McCoy, co-founder of the Memphis to Peoria annual run, and wife and ALSAC employee Sherianne McCoy, along with Brad Wiebler, co-founder of the ride, and his wife and ALSAC employee Angie Wiebler. The Peoria Riders began coming to the hospital four years ago and, since that time, have raised nearly $900,000 for St. Jude. And on Sept 18, more than 250 Gold Wing motorcycle riders returned to St. Jude for their annual visit, known as “Wings Across Tennessee.”