Registration is open to all motorcyclists at a cost of $35 ($45 for a rider and a passenger), with all proceeds benefiting the Cleveland Browns Foundation, as well as the Three-Deuce-Five Foundation.
Browns President Mike Holmgren will hop on his Harley-Davidson and lead the charge for the inaugural Cleveland Browns Motorcycle Rally starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 23. The Browns have teamed up with Southeast Harley-Davidson to present the rally to benefit local charities. Riders will check in at 9 a.m. at Southeast Harley-Davidson on Aurora Road in Cleveland and head northwest to Cleveland Browns Stadium.
“I’m really looking forward to it,” Holmgren said. “It’s for a good cause and it’s something I’ve enjoyed doing for a long time. This combines a true passion of mine along with the Browns' commitment to the community.”
Registration is open to all motorcyclists at a cost of $35 ($45 for a rider and a passenger), with all proceeds benefiting the Cleveland Browns Foundation, as well as the Three-Deuce-Five Foundation. The Three-Deuce-Five Foundation is directly connected with the 3rd Battalion, 25th Marines, headquartered in Brook Park, Ohio.
Holmgren has previously participated in charity motorcycle rallies in both Green Bay and Seattle. In Green Bay, the rally supported the Muscular Dystrophy Association and while in Seattle, he rode to benefit The Salvation Army. It was in Green Bay that Holmgren first learned how to ride motorcycles.