More than 15 motorcyclists took part in the event, with proceeds going toward providing assistance to the Habitat for Humanity’s goal of raising money to build a third house this year for the Habitat project on Branmar Woods Court in Spring Lake.
The event took people from Spring Lake Wesleyan Church on a ride that ended up in Muskegon at Hot Rod Harley-Davidson, where a lunch and raffle took place.
Event organizer Bob Jenson said the route included stretches of east M-104, north Maple Island Road, west Ryerson Road, and south on Scenic Drive toward Muskegon.
“It’s a nice ride out in the country and not a lot of traffic,” Jenson said. “It’s pretty scenic.”
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