This years ride

Mark your calendars NOW!!! September 28, 2013 5th Annual Gimme Shelter Rescue Ride/CruiseSponsored by Fast Gas Location & Time: Salem City Recreation Office/Ball Park 50 N 100 E Registrations start at 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Kickstands up and Engines started 9:45. $25.00 per bike/vehicle and $5.00 per passenger. This years Route Please please please spread the word/blog to all fellow biker and car owners. What better reason to fuel up your bike or hot rod than for homeless dogs and cats in need? Lets make this year BIGGER and better...We are also in search of raffle items and large items for a silent auction to raise additional funds for the shelter animals. If you have items valued at a minimum of $75 or more you wish to donate, please contact Camille Bone at the shelter 801-851-4088 or Camille@suvas.org.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

2013 Ride

What a great ride this was. I was worried about the weather as well as everyone else. And it scared a few away. But good thing someone was living right. It turned out to be one GORGEOUS ride. A little chili on top but we made it.
 
I just have to thank a few helpers for all they did to help this year be a huge excuses.
First and foremost, Thank you to all the riders and drivers that toughed it out and made this ride another great one.
Blair Kerby. Thank you for letting me be part of this amazing ride. It is my pleasure helping you. Heathre & Blaine Hone thank you for your time and talents. Debbie Kerby (Blair's wife) for letting me help Blair and for all your help with raffle items and the food.
These next few a big thank you for taking over while I went on the ride with setting up tables, chair, raffle items, food, and taking pictures. My brother Troy Williams, Nicole Mangum, Heidi Reed, Ashley Gibson, Loralee Schroemges, Tammy Lance, Stacie Tranchell, and Amy Tranchell.
 
 
Here are some pictures from the ride.
 

 

















 
A little input on these next few pictures. Last years ride I made a bet with Kerby if we made over $500 he had to wax his nose hairs. Well he ended up doing it. All his friends were giving him crap so this year I challenged everyone. The most nose hair received a $75 to sportsmans warehouse. I had to make it worth it. I was shocked on how many did it. Thank you Doug for starting it off.
 
Thank you Chelsea Miller and Shandy Mecham for waxing all the noses. If anyone would like to be a regular client for either lady you can find them at the All About You Salon in Salem 801 423-1711. And you wont even have to tell us you LOVED it and went back. ;)


 

Friday, September 27, 2013

TOMORROW!!!!!!

Come rain shine snow... we WILL be there. Bring your warm clothes for an AMAZING ride/cruise.

 

Click here for the ROUTE.

 

Just a few reminders. $25.00 per motorcycle/vehicle and $5.00 per passenger. Don't forget your wallet, you will need it to purchase some raffle tickets. A few things up for grab Custom Painted Helmet, Little Giant Ladder, A wood bench, Dutch ovens, $400 in gift cards to Big O Tires and soooo much more.

 

Last thing... NOSE HAIR WAXING once you do it you will keep doing it.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

How big of a boy are ya?


Just how big a boy are ya? Are you big enough to take on a challenge!? Following the ride, you will have your opportunity to show how tough you think you are. How? Yep, that’s correct…Can you handle getting your nose waxed? The winner will receive a $75.00 gift card to Sportsman’s Warehouse.  You have just a few short days to pull your big girl panties up to sport your ego!  

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Sponsors

A BIG thank you to our sponsors for donating the following raffle items.

Friday, January 18, 2013

This years ride...

Mark your calendars NOW!!!

September 28, 2013
5th Annual Gimme Shelter Rescue Ride/Cruise
Sponsored by Fast Gas
 
Location & Time: Salem City Recreation Office/Ball Park 50 N 100 E
Registrations start at 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Kickstands up and Engines started 9:45
This years Route
Please please please spread the word/blog to all fellow biker and car owners.
 
What better reason to fuel up your bike or hot rod than for homeless dogs and cats in need?
Lets make this year BIGGER and better...

We are also in search of raffle items and large items for a silent auction to raise additional funds for the shelter animals. If you have items valued at a minimum of $75 or more you wish to donate, please contact Camille Bone at the shelter 801-851-4088 or Camille@suvas.org.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

What a great Ride/Cruise

Blair and I would like to thank everyone that joined us this year. We couldn't have asked for a better day. The weather was great, the leaves were gorgeous, and the company was the best part. I loved meeting all of you. I hope you enjoyed yourself and that we made it worth coming back next year for.

I wanted to let you all know, that with the money raised from the ride/cruise, we are now able to help around 90 animals; that is everything from spays, neuters, and vaccines. I can't begin to tell you how excited the staff at the South Utah Valley Animal Shelter are just knowing we can help lower the cost of the adoptions and help keep them healthier as they await the day they get to go to a forever home. The sad thing is, we receive FAR more animals than 90 and we are always in need of donations. Please tell your friends and family members to join us next year.  Our goal is to make it even bigger, and we need everyone help in doing so. Blair and I may organize this, but it's all because of your BIG hearts and willingness to help that made it such a success!

I know there are many pictures of the ride out there,  but I thought I would post some of those that I was able to capture. It's not easy snapping pictures from the back of a motorcycle, but it was sure fun to see how well they turned out.

I personally want to thank Blair Kerby for letting me be part of this. I've told most of you my dream. When I was a little girl I would sit on my grandparents front porch in Fountain Green and watch all the motorcycle rides go down main street. I would smile and wave to all of them. I would imagine myself on one, and dream that one day I would be on one in a ride. Also, whenever we went on a family vacation and we would see a group of motorcycles my dad would always say "there goes your ma and I in a few years". My parents have never been on one, but my dad was able to join us this year with his truck and trailer as a back up. Thank you for letting me live out my dream. While we were on the ride, we passed a couple of little kids on the road side that was waving. It brought a tear to my eye and I gave them a HUGE wave back. I was living the dream, once sitting where they had sat. 

Taking off.




This is my dad bringing up the rear.







Star Touring, Thank you for joining us.






I'm living the dream.













At Devil's kitchen.




The boss man.


A HUGE thank you to our sponsors.



35 Bikes

Lunch time.





The director of the SUVAS car.

He's got his swagger on.


Double trouble. Alan & Blair

He just couldn't resit playing on the toys. Big kid at heart.

The raffle items and volunteers

This little girl was ridding around and I couldn't help but to capture the moment.