PHILADELPHIA, Pa., January 17, 2008-- The Lucky Seven Motorcycle Club announces its second annual Ride for Autism will be held on Saturday, April 26th (rain date: April 27th). The event, which will benefit the Center for Autism, a non-profit autism treatment and evaluation center in Philadelphia, will begin at Wissahickon High School in Ambler and conclude at McFadden's at Citizens Bank Park.
Taking place during National Autism Awareness Month, the Ride for Autism will host hundreds of bikers from throughout the Delaware Valley. Registration and check-in will start at 8:30 am and the Ride will kick-off promptly at 11:00 am. The event will conclude with an official Ride for Autism post-party at McFadden's at Citizen's Bank Park from 12:00- 4:00 pm.
For information on the event, including sponsorship and registration, please visit www.thecenterforautism.org/news/ride.php.
About The Center for Autism
The Center for Autism was founded in 1955 by child psychiatrist Bertram A. Ruttenberg, M.D. Operating as a private, non-profit specialized clinic, the Center offers comprehensive evaluation and intensive treatment to individuals with autism and their families. The organization also provides consultation to school districts, counties and rehabilitation centers serving autistic people of all ages throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. The Center for Autism is headquartered on Conshohocken Avenue in Philadelphia. For more information, please visit www.thecenterforautism.org.
About The Lucky Seven Motorcycle Club
Established in 2004 by active and former volunteer firefighters in Ambler, Pa., The Lucky Seven Motorcycle Club (L7MC) is incorporated as a non-profit organization. The club shares a passion for the sport of motorcycling and participates in numerous charity events throughout the year. The L7MC continues to enjoy the freedom of the road and raise money for families with disabled and chronically ill children. For more information, please visit www.luckysevenmc.com.