Join the Spokane Indians for a fun-filled day on the road and at the ballpark on Sunday, July 28.
Riders start the day at Lone Wolf Harley-Davidson and enjoy a two to three hour motorcycle ride that ends on Avista Stadium's award-winning field. Enjoy a delicious all-you-can-eat Longhorn BBQ lunch and stick around on the field for a special pre-game ceremony during the National Anthem.
The cost for the event is $35 and includes an Upper Box seats to that day's game, a Harley Davidson collectible item, an all-you-can-eat Longhorn BBQ buffet, a Ride the Bases Pint Glass, and a donation to the Community Cancer Fund - Andrew Rypien Initiative.
The Community Cancer Fund - Andrew Rypien Foundation, spearheaded by former Washington State quarterback and Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien, is dedicated to providing hope for local families battling childhood cancer. Rypien, who lost his three-year-old son to cancer, continues to raise and provide funding to support programs and projects that help address the unique needs of children with cancer.