Wild West Harley-Davidson in Lubbock is gearing up to join the 'Ride to Fight Suicide' fundraiser

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is organizing a charity motorcycle ride, dubbed "Ride to Fight Suicide," slated for June 22, 2024, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This significant event will take place at the renowned Wild West Harley-Davidson in Lubbock.

According to a recent press release, online registration for participation will commence at 8:30 a.m. on the specified date and will conclude at noon on June 21, 2024.

The cost for rider/driver tickets is set at $35, while passengers can join for $25. However, attendees are advised that prices will escalate by $5 for those who opt for on-the-day registration.

In addition to seeking riders and attendees, the organizers are actively scouting for resource vendors and sponsors to contribute to the cause. All proceeds generated from this event will be directed towards funding critical research, education programs, advocacy, and providing support for individuals affected by suicide.

Don't miss this opportunity to support a noble cause while enjoying a thrilling motorcycle ride through the scenic routes of Lubbock. For more information on registration, sponsorship, or participation, interested parties are encouraged to reach out to the event organizers.

Contact details and further updates regarding the event can be found on the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's official website or social media channels.

In conjunction with this event, the organizers are also providing insights into the fascinating world of the black birds spotted around Lubbock. Stay tuned for more details on this intriguing aspect of local wildlife.