(WJBK) - Harleys and choppers are coming out to fight autism.
The 14th annual Ride for Autism will be held Sunday, August 5. The 55 mile ride beginning and ending at Motown Harley Davidson in Taylor will raise awareness and donations for Judson Center's Autism Connections program.
Lunch will be provided by Meijer's and prepared by Executive Chef Adam McGinnis and served around noon. Wristbands will be required. Bike riding participants can register in advance at www.rideforautismmichigan.org or in person on the day of the event.
$30 for Bike Riders $20 for Passengers $10 for Non-Riders