Lorenzo Lamas Rumble For The Heartland Sturgis Ride

Last Tuesday, military dignitaries, celebrities and friends joined Lorenzo Lamas, Chad Greulach founding parter of Lorenzo Lamas Cycles, Army Colonel Dino Sarracino  and custom builder Ralph Randolph for a charity ride from Devils Tower, Wyoming to the Sturgis Buffalo Chip.

Objective? Raising money to benefit Operation Homefront and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center while enjoying rolling on some of the beautiful  stretches of American asphalt.

The ride ended at the Buffalo Chip for a private reception, a performance by Mocassin Creek and in the evening a Toby Keith & Poison concert. You’ve got to join the next Sturgis “Rumble For The Heartland” but almost anywhere you live, you can join all year long with the same charitable operation repeated all over the country. Next one will be a 80 miles ride to Nashville, TN September 2, 2011 (staging area at Fort Campbell, KY) with the participation of country music celebrities Gretchen Wilson and Big & Rich. See calendar at Lorenzo Cycles Rumble To The Heartland.
During the Sturgis “Rumble For The Heartland”operation Lorenzo rode a Ralph Randolph built 124” S&S Twin Cam FXR hot rod that powered aggressively through the well-paved sweeping turns that weave through the grasslands of Wyoming and donated the bike to raise support for the cause. You can win this bike by buying a $100 ticket at Lorenzo Cycles. A previous bike Ralph Randolph built to benefit Operation Homefront raised $175,000. The objective is of course to raise more.

5 Responses to “Lorenzo Lamas Rumble For The Heartland Sturgis Ride”

  1. 1 burnout Aug 11th, 2011 at 11:32 am

    That FXR is SWEET! peace

  2. 2 Kustoms and Choppers Aug 11th, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    I would love to just ride across the country to Sturgis

  3. 3 Sheridan Aug 11th, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    I agree with burnout, that is one sweet looking FXR!

  4. 4 ray c wheeler Aug 11th, 2011 at 7:09 pm

    Helleva job! and it’s a rider too.

    Haul Ass!
    Ride for your Life!

  5. 5 izadore007 Aug 12th, 2011 at 6:47 pm

    You know it looks as if there would be almost no heat on any part of your body as you ride that FXR. The other neat thing is that the Air Filter and Exhaust and rear Engine Rocker Box is not in contact with any part of your body either! KOOL!

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