If you own a motorcycle, then clear your calendar, because the 20th Annual Realities Ride and Rally returns to Northern Colorado on Sunday, May 30.

Riders will be able to cruise through five different locations at this year's Realities for Children fundraiser. In compliance with COVID-19 restrictions, each stop will serve as its own rally, where participants can enjoy poker cards (with the chance to win the $1,500 Best Poker Hand prize), breakfast, live music, a beer garden, stunt shows and more.

On top of these fun events, every mile on the ride truly helps a child ⁠— 100% of the proceeds will benefit local children who have been abused, neglected, or are at-risk.

"It really is the ride that changes lives, and our children know that there's people out there that care," said Craig Secher, president and founder of Realities for Children, in our "Tuned In to NoCo" interview. "There's nothing like thousands of motorcycles rolling around a community to help children to let them know that they are being heard and to give them a voice in our community."

Riders have until 8 p.m. on May 27 to register for the event here. On top of breakfast and poker run cards, the first 1,000 riders and passengers registered will receive a special 20th Anniversary Ride and Rally t-shirt.

"There is a lot going on and it definitely will not disappoint," said Secher. "To everybody out there that has ridden with us at any point in time: thank you. It is really having a huge difference."

If you don't own a bike but still want to get in on the fun, sign up to volunteer by reaching out to christine@realitiesforchildren.com. 

To learn more about the 20th Annual Realities Ride and Rally, listen to the full "Tuned In to NoCo" interview with Craig Secher below.

Realities For Children NightLights 2020 Ceremony