About the Miracle Ride Foundation

The Miracle Ride Foundation, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization. The foundation is made up us a board, a director and more than 250 volunteers who are motorcycle enthusiasts from many different backgrounds. We all share a great passion for keeping children healthy. We believe that helping to fund Riley Hospital for Children is the best way to demonstrate that shared belief. Put it all together and you have one of the nation's largest and longest running motorcycle charity events. The Miracle Ride Foundation welcomes all motorcyclists and powersports enthusiasts regardless of brand to all Miracle Ride street and off-road events!

Riley is the only hospital in Indiana dedicated to providing comprehensive care to seriously ill and critically injured children. Many of the services provided by the hospital are outside the typical revenue stream and must be funded exclusively by donations. By directing the revenues raised by the Miracle Ride to Riley Hospital, participants in the event can be certain that their money is going to a cause with statewide reach that assists all children with a wide range of illnesses and injuries. Below you will find the historical data on how much money was raised through the Miracle Ride Foundation (including the Miracle Ride, Miracle Trail Ride, X-Country Race and Miracle Ride Air Show* events) and how it was used by Riley Hospital for Children.

Year
Money Raised
Where It Went
1994
$21,024.00
General Benefit
1995
$51,152.00
General Benefit
1996
$82,584.00
Tunnel Transport
1997
$64,240.00
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome)
1998
$102,750.00
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome)
1999
$112,418.41
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome)
2000
$118,633.74
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome) Y Camp Riley
2001
$153,069.69
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome) Y Camp Riley
2002
$173,591.12
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome) Y Camp Riley & General Benefit of Hospital
2003
$256,198.25
Clinical Programs (Cystic Fibrosis, Down Syndrome) Y Camp Riley & General Benefit of Hospital
2004
$283,973.25
Child Life Specialists - $150,000, Diabetes - $133,973.25
2005
$231,025.61
Simon Family Tower
2006
$314,731.89
General Benefit ($214,731.89) and Burn Unit ($100,000)
2007
$264,810.91
Pulmonology ($130,000), Burn Unit (100,000) and General Benefit ($34,810.91)
2008
$365,585.00
Pulmonology ($130,000), Burn Unit (100,000) and General Benefit ($135,000)
2009
$371,225.00
Pulmonology ($130,000), Burn Unit (100,000) and General Benefit ($130,000) and Kohl's Center for Safe Transportation ($10,000)
2010
$285,000.00
Pulmonology ($130,000), Burn Unit (100,000) and General Benefit ($130,000), Kohl's Center for Safe Transportation ($10,000) and Deaconess Riley Children's Services ($3,200)
2011
$320,000.00
Child Life ($200,000), Kohl's Center for Safe Transportation ($10,000),Deaconess Riley Children's Services ($2,500), and General Benefit ($107,500)
2012
$350,000.00
Child Life ($200,000), NICU ($146,800) and Deaconess Riley Children's Services ($3,200)
2013
$250,000.00
Child Life ($100,000), NICU ($47,800), Cancer Center ($50,000), Pulmonology ($50,000) and Deaconess Riley Children's Services ('2,200)
2014
$300,000.00
Child Life ($50,000), Wells Center for Pediatric Disease Research at Riley ($250,000)
2015
$250,000.00
Wells Center for Pediatric Disease Research at Riley ($250,000)
2016
$250,000.00
Priorities identified by Riley Hospital: Pediatric Research, Maternity & Newborn Health and Family Support Programs ($250,000)
2017
$310,000.00
Riley Hospital strategic priorities for 2017-2018: Pediatric Research, Maternity & Newborn Health and Family Support Programs ($310,000)
1998-2013*
$1,000,000.00
Riley Hospital General Benefit (*Donated from Miracle Ride Air Show events 1998-2013)
Total
$6,282,012.87