Bikers from across the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, South Africa, France and New Zealand are invited to attend the eighth Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride creating one ride worldwide, its riders united in remembrance of our fallen heroes from the allied forces, past and present, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. The UK ride will take place in Cambridge, with a short service being held at the American War Cemetery in Madingley, Cambs. US rides take place in Texas, with a short service being held at the RAF Memorial located at the Oakland Memorial Park Cemetery in Terrell, Texas, east of Dallas. A further two rides take place in Oklahoma; one to the RAF Memorial at the IOF Cemetery in Ponca City and the other to the RAF Memorial at the GAR Cemetery in Miami, and a fourth ride in the US will take place in New Hampshire. There will be three Canadian rides taking place in Ottawa with a ride to the Ottawa Memorial (Commonwealth Air Force Memorial) located on Green Island where a short service will be held. A second Canadian ride will be held in Calgary, starting at Kensington Legion wtih the third ride taking place in Owen Sound, starting at Thomboys.
The links on the left of this page, under the heading "General Menu", are provided for information pertaining to all rides irrespective of any country or state involved. For specific details of individual AMRR events throughout the globe, use the links at the top of the page to select your country of interest.
If you are not a biker, or unable to attend as a biker, but want to show your support, please sign our guestbook and if you live along the route of any of our rides, we encourage you to come out to show your support and witness this extra ordinary mark of respect by the biking community as they ride past. They ride with pride, ride with respect and ride to remember.
LEST WE FORGET
This event has been organised by members of the Royal British Legion (Riders Branch), a UK charity that safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces. We are recognised as custodians of Remembrance. This ride is open to all bikers, you do not have to be a member of the Royal British Legion Riders to take part although we do encourage you to learn about who we are and what we do by taking a look at our parent sites: Royal British Legion Riders Branch and the Royal British Legion. We ask that all riders Ride with Pride, Ride with Respect and Ride to Remember.
In association with the RBLR, this event has been coordinated in the United States by members of the American Legion Riders (ALR) and recently formed Allied Riders. The American Legion is a congressionally chartered mutual-aid veterans organization of the United States armed forces founded to benefit those veterans who served during a wartime period as defined by the United States Congress. The American Legion was founded in 1919 by veterans returning from Europe after World War I, and was later chartered under Title 36 of the United States Code. For further information about the American Legion Riders, please visit the ALR Website. The Allied Riders were formed when it was discovered that only certain veterans can join the American Legion and Veterans of Foregin Wars, therefore the Allied Riders Group was established to "plug the gap" and let anyone who supports our military or veterans be a member.
Plus, in association with the RBLR, this event has been coordinated in Canada by members of the Canadian Veteran Freedom Riders (CVFR). The purpose of the CVFR is to provide a Riding Club (RC) which welcomes all Veterans and Veteran Supporters who wish to share their enthusiasm for motorcycling and for the camaraderie of military life. The mission of The CVFR in collaboration with other bodies, is to support the well being of the current and former members of the Canadian Forces by promoting and maintaining the heritage, traditions, and culture of the Canadian Forces and, at the same time, portraying a positive image of motorcycle riding. For further information about the Canadian Veteran Freedom Riders, please visit the CVFR website.