The Adirondack Riders Motorcycle Club (ARMC) is holding its 24th annual George & Doris Gebo Run for Hospice of the North Country on Sunday, May 20 in Chazy, NY.
The motorcycle run begins at Rigid Performance, 8751 Route 9 in Chazy, NY. The registration begins at 10:00 a.m. and the ride leaves at 11:00 a.m. There is a $15 fee for every rider and $5 fee for each passenger. All proceeds will benefit Hospice of the North Country. “We are grateful to the Adirondack Riders Motorcycle Club for its many years of support,” said Cathlyn Lamitie, Hospice of the North Country Director of Development/Communications. “It is truly amazing that the ARMC has dedicated countless hours for more than twenty years to support our mission of helping people of the of the North Country die in spiritual, mental, and physical comfort.”
You do not need a motorcycle to enjoy the fun while supporting this fundraising event. A lunch and raffles will be held at the clubhouse after the race. Please contact Phil Sansone for more information: 518.481.7588
The Adirondack Riders Motorcycle Club, founded in 1930, is one of the oldest Motorcycle Clubs in the region. George Gebo and his wife Doris owned a Harley Davidson shop in Plattsburgh and sponsored the ARMC in American Motorcyclist Association races. The Gebo shop was also the meeting location of the ARMC. The ARMC honors the memory of George and Doris Gebo each year by sponsoring this benefit ride for Hospice of the North Country. “We are grateful to Hospice of the North Country for the important work they do in our communities,” said Phil Sansone, ARMC Officer. “We are happy to support this amazing organization.”