The ride started at Tabernacle of Praise Church in Calhoun and then went to Sackett’s Western Wear in Jasper and then back to Calhoun.
There were about 50 motorcycles and 80 registered riders. When the riders returned to the church, they received a grilled hot dog lunch and then the silent auction and raffle drawings were completed.
There were riders from all over who came out to show their support. Hunter was not able to ride on a motorcycle due to possibly having a seizure and falling off so family friend Squeeky Quinn used his jeep and drove Hunter and his friend Zeke. They followed last in the line of bikers.
The Calvert family would like to extend a thanks to the Georgia State Patrol and the Gordon County Sheriff’s office for escorting the riders along the ride.
A 4x4 benefit will follow Saturday, June 16th at 3 p.m., sponsored by Robinson Tire and Betty and Andy Hightower, to help raise money for a seizure alert dog for Hunter. The benefit will have a silent auction, food, music, door prizes, and trophies.