Ride With Lorenzo Lamas To Support Active Duty & Vets

Lorenzo Lamas Cycles, a lifestyle brand that promotes the freedom of the ride, the art of custom motorcycles and the spirit of community service through charitable events, and Walk With Heroes have announced a signature motorcycle charity tour to benefit active duty and veterans. At each stop on the signature Rumble For The Heartland tour, Lamas, along with celebrity friends and decorated servicemen and women, will lead riders from major points of interest to headline entertainment venues in North America throughout 2011 and 2012. The national fundraising campaign will benefit Operation Homefront and Walter Reed Army Medical Center . According to avid motorcycle enthusiast and the tour’s co-founder, Lorenzo Lamas, “It’s important for us as Americans to rally in support of the brave men and women who fight for our freedoms here and on foreign soil every day. As a father, I carry a debt of gratitude to these courageous warrior and the Rumble For The Heartland charity tour is an official call to duty for our community to support.”

The Rumble For The Heartland series will kick off during Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, 2011 with a ride that leads from Ft. Devils Tower, Wyoming along an 80-mile route from the iconic national monument to the Legendary Buffalo Chip in Sturgis, SD. A VIP Rider Reception at the Chip will feature live entertainment by Moccasin Creek, followed by an evening of headliner entertainment on the venue’s main stage. Founding Partner of Lorenzo Lamas Cycles, Chad Greulach, adds “The motorcycle community has a unique relationship with our troops and now, through our unique relationships in entertainment and our partnership with decorated veteran, Stephen Nalley, we’re uniquely positioned to have Rumble For The Heartland provide an unprecedented level of financial support and awareness.”

Rumble For The Heartland will follow up to its Sturgis kickoff in Nashville, TN Sept. 2, 2011, staging at Ft. Campbell, KY, home of the 101st Airborne. The ride will proceed to a VIP Rider Reception at a lakeside campground outside Nashville, with shuttles leading throughout the night to a blockbuster evening of entertainment with Big & Rich and Gretchen Wilson’s Xtreme Musik tour. One hundred percent of all profits from all Rumble For The Heartland rider registrations and merchandise sales will be donated to Operation Homefront and Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Tickets will go on sale at Lorenzo Cycles and partner websites the week of July 4, 2011. For additional information, large donations and co-sponsor opportunities, please contact rumble@lorenzocycles.com.

7 Responses to “Ride With Lorenzo Lamas To Support Active Duty & Vets”

  1. 1 live2rideaglide Jun 28th, 2011 at 11:21 am

    Kudos to Lorenzo for stepping up , once again in support of our troops. There is nothing we should’nt do for
    our men and women in uniform. I have to admit that i have grown in respect for this guy and his efforts in , building bikes, clothing and especially for the things he has done on behalf of America’s finest. Thanks LL.

  2. 2 Jester Jun 28th, 2011 at 12:58 pm

    Cool. The guy is going to end up being liked.

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  4. 4 Kustoms and Choppers Jul 5th, 2011 at 4:33 pm

    Thats a great cause! Good job Lorenzo!

  5. 5 B-rad Aug 30th, 2011 at 6:32 am

    hate to tell you the money may have not went where you think., Walk with Heroes is a scam, the main guy Gene P. Carroll is a fraud and is listed here on th pownetwork 3/4 down the page….http://www.pownetwork.org/phonies/phonies1160.htm his buddy Stephen Nalley is just as shady and not a DECORATED vet either. why these guys lie i have no idea.

  6. 6 Lorenzo Lamas Cycles Aug 30th, 2011 at 9:25 am

    B-rad. As you can imagine, this allegation comes as a surprise to us here. However, you and our friends can rest assured that we’ll give it our full attention and take appropriate action if necessary. Thanks for your continued support.

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