Two of the biggest motorcycle charity rides in southeastern Michigan have been combined to form one massive ride that promises to be as loud as it is long.
Organizers of the Andy Ross Ride and the Edge Memorial Ride have joined forces to create the new Edge-Ross Ride.
The event is set for 11:15 a.m. Saturday, June 16 at Elizabeth Park and is presented by the Trenton Police and Fire departments and Gorno Ford.
The ride begins at noon at Elizabeth Park and ends with an after party at Gorno Mazda on Allen Road in Woodhaven. Food and entertainment are planned for the after party.
Single rider tickets are $30, rider with passenger tickets are $55 and non-rider tickets for the after party are $30. There is an additional $10 charge for all tickets purchased after June 1.
Single and double rider tickets include t-shirts for all riders, lapel pin food and entertainment. Non-rider tickets include food and entertainment.
Tickets, registration and sponsor information is available online at the Edge-Ross Ride website.