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Join Gov. Phil Bryant in the fight against addiction by attending this exciting and unique fundraiser for the Home of Grace! Hundreds of bikers will proudly roar through South Mississippi in support of the addiction recovery. Riders start at the Home of Grace men’s campus (14200 Jericho Rd, Vancleave, MS 39565) at 8:00am for breakfast and opening ceremony, then begin their 63 mile journey along the scenic Gulf Coast in the cool breezes of October. Registration is only $50 per bike (alumni and group discounts available).
The landing ceremony is open to the public. Join the riders at Mississippi Coast Coliseum (2350 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, MS 39531) and enjoy a smoky BBQ lunch, live entertainment, charges from Gov. Bryant and J.J. Jasper of American Family Radio, and other incredible presentations from the men and women of the Home of Grace. Coliseum gates open at 10:30am. Registration is FREE for non-riders.
Come support the Home of Grace on October 19th!
For more information, visit hogride.org.
About (read more)
What is HOG Ride?
An idea conceived by motorcycle enthusiast Gov. Phil Bryant, HOG Ride is a unique fundraising and awareness event to support the cause of Home of Grace Addiction Recovery. Bryant states, "There may be no greater investment in the fight against addiction."
What is Home of Grace?
The Home of Grace is a faith-based addiction recovery program founded in 1965 that offers individual & group counseling, work readiness, life-skill training, adult education program and more. Please visit homeofgrace.org for more information.
Cost (read more)
HOG Ride is $50 per bike
Groups of 10 or more: $45 per bike
Home of Grace Alumni: $35 per bike
Additional riders welcome!*
- HOG Ride wrist-band*
- Smoky BBQ Lunch*
- 2013 Insignia Collector’s Pin*
- HOG Ride T-shirt*
- +1 wrist-band: $5
- +1 lunch: $5
- +1 insignia pin: $8
- +1 t-shirt: $15
*Each paid pass comes with one wrist-band, lunch ticket, insignia pin, and t-shirt. See “add-ons” for pricing of additional items.
Non-Riders (read more)
You don’t have to ride to show your support!
HOG Ride is open to all! Come and meet Gov. Phil Bryant, hear the testimonies of our alumni, eat delicious food, and listen to great music. Mississippi Coast Coliseum doors will open at 10:30 am to the public, and the riders are expected to arrive around 11:00 am.
If you are attending as a non-rider, please register above for free.
Schedule (read more)
The rally begins at Home of Grace Men's Campus with a breakfast, followed by an opening ceremony, including a welcome, national anthem with Air Force flyover, Home of Grace choir and testimonies, recognition of sponsors and bikers, and a charge from Gov. Phil Bryant.
With Gov. Bryant leading the way, bikers depart from the airport and begin a 45 mile ride along the scenic Gulf Coast in the cool breezes of Fall weather. Accompanied by the police force, the HOG Riders will proudly roar through South Mississippi in support of the Home of Grace.
Joining the non-riders and supporters at Mississippi Coast Coliseum, the bikers will arrive to a smoky BBQ lunch, live entertainment, and more exciting presentations from the Home of Grace and governor.
Route (read more)
Start at Home of Grace Men's Facility
14200 Jericho Rd
Vancleave, MS 39565
- Take Jim Ramsay Rd to Hwy 57, then turn left
- Turn right on Poticaw Rd then head north on Old River Rd
- Turn right on Wade Vancleave Rd
- Turn right on Hwy 63 and follow south to Hwy 90
- Ride along the Gulf Coast for 30 miles
- Arrive at landing site
End at Mississippi Coast Coliseum
2350 Beach Blvd
Biloxi, MS 39531
For more information, visit hogride.org.
When & Where
<u>RIDERS:</u><br /> Home of Grace Men's Campus @ 8am <br />14200 Jericho Rd <br />Vancleave, MS 39565 <br /><br /><u>NON-RIDERS: </u><br />MS Coast Coliseum @ 10:30am <br />2350 Beach Blvd <br />Biloxi, MS 39531
2350 Beach Boulevard
Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 8:00 AM (CDT)
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