On this 100-mile ride through San Diego, you'll collect playing cards at stops along the way to win prizes. One poker hand is included in the registration price but you can purchase extras for $10 a hand. All proceeds benefit San Diego's Ronald McDonald House!
The first 100 registrants receive a custom 2022 Ride Pin and three randomly selected DVD's!
Schedule of events
8:30 - 10:00: Registration and breakfast at El Cajon Harley Davidson, located at 621 El Cajon Blvd. El Cajon, CA 92020
10:00 - 12:00: 100 mile ride throughout San Diego
12:00 - 1:30: Lunch served at Coronado Beach Harley Davidson, located at 3201 Hoover Ave. National City, CA 91950
1:30 - TBD: Opportunity Drawing Prizes and Poker Hand Winners Announced
All street legal motorcycles and specialty automobiles are welcome to participate!
San Diego's Ronald McDonald House provides a "home away from home" for families with hospitalized children. Your support of the Poker Ride helps provide lodging, meals, and more to keep families together and strong during their child’s medical crisis. By taking part in this event, you'll help San Diego's Ronald McDonald House take care of life’s basics, so families can better focus on getting their child well and home again.
High Hand Prizes - 12 Months of Fun:
Low Hand Prizes:
Opportunity drawing prizes will be pulled after lunch. Here's a preview of some of the exciting items you could win!
Invite fellow Chapter/Club members to join you for this special day and compete to win the Chapter/Club Challenge Trophy and $200!
You can enter your chapter/club name during the registration process.
2019 Winners: El Cajon Hogs
Overnight stays, meals, showers, napping rooms, play spaces, laundry rooms, on-site schooling for siblings and young patients — these resources are available to families in need when at RMHC-San Diego.
A past family, who resided at the San Diego Ronald McDonald House for more than two years, recently shared, “Without families like yours giving so generously, we wouldn’t have been able to be with our kids while they were in their worst medical moments. Thank you for giving us time, energy, focus, and strength as we endure hardships we must and look with hope toward their recovery. Our load is lighter because you give.”