Do you want your chance to ride around the track with Roland?
Only four weeks remain before the 100th anniversary of the first motorcycle race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. You can be a part of the celebration of this historic event by joining the Ride for Kids® Lap of Champions on Saturday, Aug. 29.
Register today to take a parade lap around the Indianapolis GP track after final qualifying. Proceeds benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, supported by the Ride for Kids® program.
Registration is limited to 300 motorcycles, so reserve your spot before the event sells out!
For $100, you get one pass to ride on the track and a commemorative T-shirt.
For $325, you get one pass to ride, one 3-day pass to the Indianapolis GP, reserved Section A Penthouse seating (with better views of new track section), VIP parking, a commemorative hat, and one drawing ticket for some incredible prizes.
For $450, you get one pass to ride, two 3-day GP passes with reserved Section A Penthouse seating, VIP parking, two T-shirts, two hats, and one drawing ticket.
Additional drawing tickets are $200 each after the first event entry. (Drawing tickets will also be available during sign-in at the event.)
The top fundraiser for this event will win a custom Aerostich Roadcrafter riding suit. Drawing prize winners will get gear from sponsors AGV, Dainese, Dunlop Tires, Motonation, and Olympia Moto Sports.
Learn more about the Lap of Champions!
Rules of participation
One registration per motorcycle. Online registration only. Registration is limited to 300 motorcycles. The Lap of Champions will take place rain or shine. Must be 18 years or older to participate. Helmets are required. Must be present to win drawing prizes. Participants will be required to sign AMA and Indianapolis Motor Speedway waivers.
About the PBTF Ride for Kids®
The national Ride for Kids® program and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF) promote childhood brain tumor research and provide family support through free literature about brain tumors, educational newsletters, online conferences and college scholarships. America's motorcycling community has helped the PBTF become the world's largest non-governmental source of funding for childhood brain tumor research. For more information, go to http://www.rideforkids.org/ or call 800-253-6530.