JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - The Celebrate America Ride for Justice that benefits the Justice Coalition on Saturday morning will be dedicated to Cherish Perrywinkle.
There will be a special dedication to Cherish at the start of the ride, which will begin and end at Adamec Harley-Davidson at 8909 Baymeadows Road.
For the eighth year, riders will be led on a 50 mile scenic route across Jacksonville's bridges and roads. After the ride, participants will be treated to a Taste of Jax lunch, which features food from Buffalo's Carrabbas, Panera Bread and many more.
Registration is $20 per biker and $10 per passenger, which includes a T-shirt and lunch. VIP costs $50 and allows for a passenger, special VIP seating and VIP ride placement.
Lunch tickets are available for $10 for non-riders. The ride is limited to 750 riders. All proceeds will go to the Justice Coalition.
Participants can register by calling the Justice Coalition at (904) 783-6312 or online at www.justicecoalition.org. Tickets are also available at all Adamec Harley-Davidson locations.
Cherish Perrywinkle, 8, was kidnapped from a Walmart store on Lem Turner last Friday night. Her body was found the next day off Broward Road. Donald James Smith has been charged with her kidnapping and murder and is currently being held without bail.
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