Saturday, August 27th, 2022 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM EDT
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Main St in front of the VFW 



Aleah Wade 
Kammy's Kause
(317) 362-3997  

Ride for the "Kause"
Saturday, August 27th, 2022

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August 27th, 2022 marks the 13th annual Kammy’s Ride, a truly unique event that has become an integral part in the fundraising efforts of Kammy’s Kause and the 4p- Support Group. 

Register by July 15th to get your guaranteed t-shirt size!

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$25 per Rider or $40 per Rider w/ Passenger

Registration begins at 9am on Main Street in front of the VFW where you will have the opportunity to meet our inspiration, Kammy, and her friends, pick-up your free T-Shirt, gift bag (first 100 to register!). The VFW will host with biscuits and gravy cups, donuts and coffee. Kickstands up at 10am. The 125-mile escorted motorcycle ride includes a stop for resting where water & ice cream will be provided, a stop where you will enjoy lunch on us, and will end with an awe-inspiring roar at Landmark Park (where we started) with live music as well as a meet & greet with all of our beloved 4p- families & friends at the 18th annual Kammy’s Kause.

“Every year for Kammys ride I never get to see them off. I get to be there when they arrive and I cry every single time watching them roll in. It's always an amazing site and melts our hearts. Then I see pictures from other's views and the tears roll again. Look at this! Look at all of these wonderful human beings spending their day doing what they love for the families we love and those they have come to know and love! Thank you bikers! We love you!! #bekause #veryspecialpeople #meltsmyheart” - Lynn Louden, Kammy’s “Grammy”

“I still cry with gratitude when I think about the sight of all those riders, escorting and greeting our special kids. Our kids go through so much, medically, and it was an honor to hear all those engines revving for them.” – Heather Lanier, mother to Fiona with 4p-

“I’ve never had chills like I did at that moment, I knew we were being swarmed by something but I didn’t know it was by love. I’ll never forget that moment of feeling like we were a part of something bigger than we ever knew, I just had no idea.” – Joe, 4p- father

“I don’t know how my body didn’t burst as we rolled in…I had goose bumps and cried over the show of support everyone gave.” – Shawn, motorcyclist in Kammy’s Ride