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We are a non-profit 501© 4 corporation and have worked very hard to support the needs of children who have experienced abuse or neglect.

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Tucson Sun Riders MC 33RD Annual Toy Parade

Sunday Dec-14th 2014 The Ride begins at Freedom Park on 29th and Swan.Click below for More Info!

 

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December 14th, 2014 - Come on out for the Sun Riders MC Toy Parade

- Tucson, Arizona /December 2014

December 14th - Sun Riders Motorcycle Toy Parade

Sunday December 14th 2014 The Ride begins at Freedom Park on 29th and Swan. Registration will be from 8a-1130am


Cost is 15 for the rider and 5 for a passenger. All Riders Bring a Toy! The Event will ride to Hotrods again this year with a new route!
As always, food and drink specials, 50/50, vendors, raffle items, live music by Shovelhead Road.

$10 walk in fee at Hotrods for anyone not in the parade. Pre-party on Saturday from 12-6 pm

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Sun Rider Toy Parade Thanks!

The Sun Riders M/C would like to thank everyone who made the 32 Annual Toy Parade a huge success. Thank you to the Loners M/C, Huns M/C, Sho Ryders M/C, Fire and Iron M/C, Veteran's Militia, Zapatistas, Thunder Mountain Moose Riders, Old Pueblo Riders, Legion Riders, La Familia, Bloxstarz, Street Kingz, HOG, Southside Brothers, Green Knights and all the independent riders.

Thank you to the bands Side Effects, AudioPilots, and House of Stone for donating their time. Thank you to all our vendors! Sorry if we missed anyone. You guys are the reason the Sun Riders have been able to host the largest, longest Toy Parade for over 30 years! THANK YOU!!!

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33rd Annual Toy Parade Will Benefit Youth On Their Own

Youth On Their Own (YOTO), is a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is a drop out prevention program that supports the high school graduation of homeless unaccompanied youth in the Greater Tucson region who are in 6th – 12th grade (up to age 21). Students are enrolled in public schools—including charter and alternative schools—and are motivated to obtain their high school diplomas despite personal and financial hardship.

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Sometimes it's not the Destination, It's the Ride!

The Sun Riders Motorcycle Club based in Tucson, Arizona has some great scenery to work with. From native Saguaro Cactus to the mountain areas surrounding the desert floor, Southern Arizona is a great place to ride.

The Ride IS the fun of getting there and the Sun Riders are always looking for locations for members to ride and enjoy the scenery while constantly promoting the Annual Toy Parade. To Find out about an upcoming ride or event, be sure to follow the Sun Riders on Facebook and check out the event calendar

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