This year's route is a 55-mile trek through Beaver County that starts at WBVP-WMBA, 1316 7th Ave. in Beaver Falls, then winds it's way out to McGuire Memorial for a visit, takes a loop around the round-a-bout in Rochester, traverses down to Ambridge and then back up the other side of the Ohio River before heading out to Midland and then cutting through Brighton Township to reach the final destination in Brady's Run Park.
Local dignitaries and political leaders will be on hand to participate in the opening ceremonies, held in front of WBVP and WMBA in Beaver Falls.
Registration begins at 9 a.m., with the ride commencing shortly after 11 a.m. Pre-registration forms can be downloaded and printed by visiting wbvp-wmba.com.
The $15 donation for drivers and $10 donation for passengers includes a picnic following the ride with food provided by the Midland American Legion. T-shirts commemorating this year's ride will also be available for $15 each.
All net proceeds generated from the ride will be donated to the ongoing mission of inspiring hope and fostering growth for the special people served by McGuire Memorial.
Numerous local businesses including Beaver County Department of Recreation and Tourism, The Beaver Falls McDonalds, Brian Wozniak State Farm Insurance, Darlington Cycle, Double J Saloon, Hostetter Auctioneers, John Pollick Allstate Insurance, Jordan Home Improvement, Keystone Motorcycle Press, Lutz's Leather, Marbull's Restaurant, McMahon Cycle Sales, The Midland American Legion, Sam Spanos Raymond James Financial and Skerlec Contracting, among others have provided sponsorship and support to the “Run For McGuire.” Donations and sponsorship opportunities are still available and are much appreciated.