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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County bikers will be back on the road in September raising money for causes to support veterans and sick children.

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ROCKINGHAM — Bikers from several local groups raised money on Saturday for two children with Richmond County ties injured in a wreck earlier this year.

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ROCKINGHAM — Richmond County’s motorcycle and music communities are coming together this weekend to help someone who’s spent more than a decade helping others.

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Friday, 23 April 2021 17:40

Ol Skool ride to benefit Krystal Dawn Retreat

ROCKINGHAM — Barbara and Leo McAuley say God led them to Richmond County — and Gary Holt, president of Ol Skool Tribe Riding Club, says God led him to the McAuleys.

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ROCKINGHAM — A convoy of motorcycles roared out of the Hwy 55 parking lot Saturday afternoon in a benefit ride for the Andy’s Foundation.

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Saturday, 19 September 2020 14:21

Richmond, Scotland bikers ride to 'Back the Blue'

ROCKINGHAM — More than 200 motorcycles and other vehicles left the parking lot of the Hide-A-Way Tavern Saturday afternoon to “Back the Blue.”

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Monday, 29 July 2019 19:58

$4k raised in Richmond County Rescue ride

ROCKINGHAM — The roar of bikes filled John Street Sunday afternoon as they pulled out onto  U.S. 74 Business during a ride which raised around $4,000 for the Richmond County Rescue Squad. 

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ROCKINGHAM — Roger and Tammy Messer, owners of Crossroads Saloon, are gearing up for a weekend ride to benefit their niece, who was left paralyzed following a wreck earlier this year.

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ROCKINGHAM — A group of Richmond County motorcycle riders will be hosting their first fundraiser this weekend, with proceeds benefiting Richmond County Hospice.

The Independent Riders of Richmond County are hoping for other riders to join them Sunday in a run across the Sandhills to help an organization that has helped some of the group’s members and their families with end-of-life care.

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ROCKINGHAM — For more than 30 years, motorcycle riders from across the nation have descended on the nation’s capital on Memorial Day weekend for Rolling Thunder to bring awareness of those in the military who were declared prisoners of war or missing in action.

One Richmond County veteran, teacher and photographer has participated in the event twice, including this past weekend.

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