No Limit bike club to hold fundraising ride Saturday
By Leslie Vestal
There is no limit to how far these selfless guys will go to serve their community.
These guys, who happen to call themselves the No Limit Riders, will be hosting a car and bike show on Saturday September 20, 2008. To rev things up, the Riders are beginning the day with a serene ride through the countrysides of Morgan, Greene, and Putnam Counties. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. at the Lions Club fairgrounds on Lions Club Road, and the cost to ride is $25 per rider and $10 per passenger. According to Club President Rodney Gilbert, the group is hoping for a good turnout of bikers. The ride will begin at 11 a.m. and arrive back at the fairgrounds by 1 p.m.
The ride and the car and bike show is to help support the people that are affected by sickle cell anemia. Sickle cell is a blood disorder where the red blood cells are abnormally shaped. The disorder is most common in African-American people.
A car and bike show will be held at the fairgrounds immediately following the ride. Fun, food and music will accompany the good spirit.
For those interested in the cars and bikes, prizes will be given out to the first, second and third place winners of the old school and new school car competition. The top 10 best bikes will also receive a prize.
No Limit Riders is an organization that has been an active group in Morgan County for the past nine years. They have devoted themselves to community service and they enjoy lending a helping hand where they see fit.
“No Limit is a group of guys that has encountered obstacles, but has managed to keep their heads up and stick together. All we try to do is give motorcycle clubs a positive look,” Club President Gilbert says. “We are not a gang, but a positive force in our community.”