Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride®
Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride® is devoted to commemorate a thousand American Indians who were forced to migrate in 1838. The route is led on the way the Indians traveled almost two hundred years ago.
The rides are held throughout the country on this day, but generally the Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride® starts in Bridgeport, AL and ends in Waterloo, AL and lasts 370 kilometers.
The motorcycle rally is not about biking promotion, but it carries many political and social issues as well. Its aim is to wake social conscience and bring political messages to people. It raises funds for charity.
The Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride® is held annually, usually in the mid-September.
This year it is on the 21 of September, 2013 and celebrates its 20th Anniversary
Gathering Line up Down Town Bridgeport at 7:am
Leave at 8 AM with the first stop in Huntsville, Alabama.
The complete list of events you will find on the official website of the rally. Please, follow the link www.al-tn-trailoftears.net/bridgeport.php