The Trail of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Ride is dedicated to Native Americans who were forced off their land in the early 1800's by the United States. Thousands of Native Americans died in the trek across the United states. Proceeds from this event go raise awareness of the "Trail of Tears".
The 2011 Trail of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Ride will start in Chattanooga Tennessee on Saturday September 17th, 2011 and will end in Florence, Alabama. The route follows Highway 41/72 and then down Highway 64 and Highway 43.
Ride at Your Own Risk.
The 2011 Trail of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Ride (ToT Ride) will have a kick off-party starting on September 16th, 2011 at Thunder Creek Harley Davidson located at 7720 Lee Highway Chattanooga, Tennessee 37421. The Party starts at noon and will continue until 9:30pm.
There will be Live Music, Food and beverage. As well as Native American vendors and other vendors. Official Trail of Tears merchandise will be on sale
Jim Oliverís Smoke House is located 38 miles outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. It is located directly on the Trail of Tears route. Riders are welcome to stay at the Smoke House and sleep in to join the Ride around 8:00am CT on Saturday morning.
Amanda Williams will be performing live at Jim Oliverís Smoke House on Friday September 16th, 2011 and Saturday September 17th 2011 from 7:30pm to 11:00pm Central Time
McFarland Park in Florence, Alabama will be one from Friday afternoon through the park closing on Sunday evening. Activities include Native American Festival, Welcome Ceremony, Food Vendors, Bike Vendors, Native American Vendors, Native American Crafts and a "Luck of the Draw Dancing."
Trail of Tears Remembrance Motorcycle Ride Events and Entertainment
|Sep 16||Kickoff Party - Trail of Tears||Chattanooga||TN|
|Sep 24||CVS-St Jude Poker Run||Chattanooga||TN|
|Vendor Info:||Vendors are needed for McFarland Park. Contact Ellen Pittman at 256-574-6805 or firstname.lastname@example.org|
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