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2018 Ride Sept. 21st

26th Annual Ride and Alabama 200 Anniversary

It's more than just a ride, it's an experience....

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- Always the Third Saturday of September

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2008 Ride

Thanks to everyone that participated in the 15th Annual Trail of Tears Commerative Motorcycle Ride. It was a great success. Some chose to participate just in the various events around the area while other chose to ride. While some of us got a little wet, all-in-all we had a great ride and a good time!

Congratulations to this year's Trail of Tears Space Camp® scholarship winner, Justin Hall and accompanied by his mother Regina Hall of Meridianville, Alabama. The scholarship is offered annually by the U.S. Space & Rocket Center® as part of the Trail of Tears Commerative Motorcycle Ride.

Space Camp is the premiere immersive, educational experience for young people 7-18 years of age. It has fostered national and international outreach programs which in addition to Space Camp includes Space Academy (1984), Advanced Space Academy (1997), Aviation Challenge (1990). The U.S. Space & Rocket Center was established in 1965 by the State of Alabama, empowered by the U.S. Congress and supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is the nation's leading hands-on space science museum. More information can be found at

# # # # # (Note: For additional information, contact Jennifer Covington, Marketing, Business Development, U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL. 256-864-7836 or
A special thanks to Beverly & Ronny Swaim for the photo contributions.
Thanks to Monica Josephson & Rick Glover for the photo contributions.
The Friday, September 18th, Five Feathers Rally in Madison. Photos Courtesy of Professional Photographer Mary Nelson.
If you rode in the official ride in the segment from Madison to Waterloo, your motorcycle photo is here. If not, your photo may be here anyway. Thanks to Mary Nelson for the photo contributions.

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2018 Ride September 15th - always the 3rd Saturday of September

Brought to you by the AL-TN Trail of Tears Corridor Association, Inc.

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