The First Annual Ridin' and Rockin' for Autism was held on
Sunday to raise money for a good cause.
Bikers departed from Tri-County Harley Davidson Sunday
afternoon for a scenic ride to Sebald Park
in Middletown, Ohio.
This year's ride was lead by Cincinnati's own Sports
Commando Wildman Walker from Class X Radio. Wildman, joined by Bob the
Producer, Emceed the after party as the bikers returned.
Some notable attendees included former Bengals
Pete Johnson, Robert Jackson, Glenn Bujnoch and Dave Stynchula of the Stynchula
All proceeds from the event will benefit Autism Speaks.
Autism Speask us the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization,
dedicated to funding research into the cause, prevention, treatments and a cure
for autism. The organization is also working to increase awareness of autism
spectrum disorders and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and
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