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Welcome to the Official Web Site of the Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride®

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2018 Ride Sept. 15th

25th, SILVER, Anniversary

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- Always the Third Saturday of September




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Largest Organized Motorcycle Ride in History
2014 Ride

Thanks to everyone that participated in the 21st Annual Trail of Tears Commerative Motorcycle Ride. The support for the main ride was overwhelming with one estimate being 20,000 motorcycles visiting Waterloo, AL. Also thanks to those that participated at the Ceremony in Cherokee, NC, Montgomery, AL, Ft Payne, AL, the Canada Ride, the prayer in Chattanooga, the Kick-off Rally in Bridgeport, the Five Feathers Rally at Rocket Harley in Huntsville, the Powwow in Waterloo, ALso the overnight stops in Florence, AL, Hot Springs, AR, and the last stop including the ceremonial flag presentation in Eagletown, OK. This page will be continously updated. If you have photo contributions for this web page, just click on "Contact the Webmasters" below and attach you photos.



On March 12, 2014, the ATTOTCAI Officers and Board of Directors were invited to the State Capitol Building in Montgomery to meet and receive a Proclamation from Governor Robert Bentley. The Governor was also presented with the Official 2014 Trail of Tears Commemorative Motorcycle Ride T-Shirt. The ATTOTCAI appreciates the support of Governor Bentley, the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission, Bridgeport, Huntsville, Waterloo, and the many participants. Click on any button to see the Document or Photo..


Micellaneous photos donated for the website. Thanks to all of the contributors

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2017 Ride September 16th - always the 3rd Saturday of September

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