Growing each year, the 4th annual Ride for Justice will help raise money to support the mission of the Petit Family Foundation.
The first ride took place on what would have been Jennifer Hawke-Petit's 52nd birthday and has grown in riders each year. The ride begins in Bristol, CT, and gives a treat to motorcyclists as it winds through Burlington, Harwinton and other parts of northwest and central Connecticut.
The event was created to honor Michaela, Hayley and Jennifer Hawke-Petit. All proceeds from the ride go to the foundation and will continue the mission of educating young people and to improve the lives of those afflicted with chronic illness.
Registration continue until 11 a.m. Sunday morning and the event will kick-off at 11:30 from St. Paul Catholic High Scholl in Bristol. The tour will conclude at Bozzuto's Food Distribution Center in Cheshire around 1 p.m.
For more information, please visit www.ride4justice.org.
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