Welcome to the homepage of the Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride (St John's)
The Canadian Veteran Freedom Riders, Avalon are pleased to announce the date of its Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride (AMRR) as July 18, 2015. This International motorcycle charity ride will bring Bikers from around the world together for one ride to support military, veterans, and military Families around the world and in Newfoundland and Labrador through the Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC), Canadian Forces Station St. John’s.
This year the AMRR will see Military Riders from Canada, (St. John’s, Ottawa, Calgary and Owen Sound), France, New Zealand, South Africa, The United Kingdom, the United States, and Italy, supporting their veterans and Military in one united motorcycle ride across the world.
Supporting The Military Family Resource Centre: Provincially incorporated in 1992, the MFRC is a not-for-profit charitable organization working in partnership with Director of Military Family Support. The Director of Military Family Services Program was an initiative of the Department of National Defence to provide programs, services and assistance to military families across Canada and anywhere around the world that members are posted. For this purpose, MFRCs were established wherever military families live.
Click on the links under the "St John's Menu" toward the top left of this page to find out more about the ride including full details of the St John's ride and associated details. This will also be the page to visit for updates and changes to the St John's Ride, so bookmark this page for direct access to the details in the future. The 'home' link on the main menu toward the top left of this window provides information pertaining to all rides irrespective of any country or state involved (for example; all ride photo's & videos). For specific details on other individual AMRR events throughout the globe, use the other links on the main menu at the top of this page to select the country and ride of interest.
If you are not a biker, or unable to attend as a biker, but want to show your support, please sign our guestbook and if you live along the route of any of our rides, we encourage you to come out to show your support and witness this extra ordinary mark of respect by the biking community as they ride past. They ride with pride, ride with respect and ride to remember.