2018 Harley-Davidson Anniversary Breakout

Courtesy of Indianapolis Southside Harley-Davidson

Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Get Legal Get Licensed, Ride Sober or Get Pulled Over.

“Most Money Raised Prize” for the 25th Anniversary Miracle Ride

Harley-Davidson Roadster XL 1200 CX in Billet Silver

Sponsored by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Get Legal Get Licensed, Ride Sober or Get Pulled Over, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and IndyWest Harley-Davidson

Dear Everyone: Hello. First of all, I want to take a moment and personally thank John Maxwell aka “Mad Max” for all that he has done to raise money for The Miracle Ride and the kids at Riley Hospital. Mad Max has raised virtually tens of thousands of dollars over the years and we cannot thank him enough for the time, effort and personal sacrifices he has made.

Mad Max has been so successful in raising money for The Miracle Ride Foundation and the kids at Riley, he has won the “Most Money Raised Prize” every year for several years.

As with everything, “all good things must come to an end.” After several years of working diligently to help raise money for our cause, Mad Max has informed us that he has officially retired. We are definitely going to miss him and his generous contributions.

With Mad Max retiring, we are hoping that someone else with “rise to the occasion” and compete for the “Most Money Raised Prize” this year.

The “Most Money Raised Prize” is a beautiful Harley-Davidson Roadster XL 1200 CX in Billet Silver. Since nobody could complete in the past with Mad Max, the “Most Money Raised Prize” is now “up for grabs.”

So, the race is on! I wish all of you the best of luck in competing for the “Most Money Raised Prize” this year!

Sincerely,

Bill Kingery
Executive Director
The Miracle Ride Foundation

"Runner Up Most Money Raised Prize"

Suzuki GW 250

Courtesy of Maxim Power Sports, Merrillville, IN

Big Kid's Prize

MAXPOWER 50 cc Scooter

Courtesy of YourWorld Motorsports / Midwest Scooter