Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Run

Mike “Hardcase” Poirier will be on the road once again (God willing*) beginning 03 July and returning to the Jackson area around the second week of August.

He will be participating as Chaplain and Medic with the Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Memorial Ride 2021 from Eugene, OR across the northern US the Northeast, and down into Arlington, VA.

Each summer all riders across the United States are invited to gather in Eugene, Oregon to participate in our annual Tribute to Fallen Soldiers Memorial Torch Motorcycle Ride.

This is our annual ( cross country ) tribute ride in which we escort the ‘Fallen Soldiers Memorial Flame’ from Eugene to Arlington National Cemetery in Washington D.C. to honor and pay tribute to America’s fallen service members.

TFS Website

For more information see the link HERE.

RIDE ONE LEG,…ONE DAY,…ONE WEEK,…OR THE ENTIRE CROSS-COUNTRY JOURNEY.

DEPARTS EUGENE, OREGON; Saturday, July 10, 2021

ARRIVES ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY; Sunday, Aug. 8, 2021

  • 17 States Traveled
  • 75 Fallen Service Members Honored
  • A Ride of Honor You Won’t Forget!
  • Join Us!

Mike’s route to Eugene can be seen here. If you are located along either route please contact Mike and make arrangements to say hello.

Also, if you, your group, or association would like to sponsor a fuel stop, snacks or hydration for the riders they would certainly appreciate it.

The nightly stops are scheduled for:

(*) Mike bike is still in the shop from the HHT trip awaiting parts. We are praying they arrive in time for his scheduled departure.


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