Chrome City ride scheduled for July 29
RIDGELY — The Benedictine School welcomes motorcycles, street rods, classic and custom cars to campus from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, July 29, for the 17th annual Chrome City Ride benefiting children with disabilities at Benedictine.
According to a news release, as one of the stats largest escorted rides, the annual car and motorcycle event draws more than 1,000 riders and raises much-needed funds each year for tuition assistance for children with developmental disabilities as well as autism and support opportunities for adults with disabilities to work and live in the community.
This year’s ride will feature special guests Candy Clark and Cindy Williams from the classic film American Graffiti, celebrating the 45th year of its release. Returning event favorites include “Rockin’ Elvis” and Big Daddy P with DJ Chris, motorcycle demonstrators, door prizes and auction items.
The $35 per-person fee includes an official ride t-shirt and a barbecue lunch.
Participants may register online before the event at benschool.org or at registration and rally starting point locations including: Hitchcock Autoworks in Owings, Old Glory Harley Davidson in Laurel, Outback Steakhouse in Annapolis, the Green Turtle in Salisbury, Paul T. Ewing, Inc. in Easton, Rommel Harley Davidson Delmarva in Seaford, Del., or on campus in Ridgely.
Riders arrive at the Benedictine School near Ridgely for the 2017 Chrome City Ride.