AARC 'Ride for the Future' Heads to Antelope Canyon

AARC ‘Ride for the Future’ Heads to Antelope Canyon

The ride raises money for the UAF to fund scholarships and educational opportunities for upcoming industry professionals.

The Automotive Aftermarket Riders Club’s (AARC) annual Ride for the Future three-day motorcycle ride will start on Oct. 26 in Las Vegas. The ride raises money for the University of the Aftermarket Foundation (UAF) to help fund scholarships and educational opportunities for the next generation of industry professionals.

The scenic ride will begin at Eagle Rider Rentals and Tours in Las Vegas on Thursday, Oct. 26, with the riders heading to Antelope Canyon in Page, Arizona, with stops at Zion National Park in southern Utah and Lake Powell in northern Arizona. The riders will head back to Las Vegas on Oct. 28 in time for the start of AWDA, AAPEX and the UAF Coffee Club event.

Interested riders can rent motorcycles from Eagle Rider Rentals and Tours with an advance reservation. For more information or to learn how to become a rider or sponsor, contact Mike Mohler, leader of the pack at [email protected].

”The AARC Ride for the Future is a fun, memorable and rewarding experience. Not only are we visiting epic locations and having a great time, but we are giving back. It’s a win-win for our riders and the industry,” said Mohler. ”If you can’t join us, please support us by texting AARC to 53-555 and pouring it forward for the next generation.”

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