19 July 2020 09:00 - 14:00
BIG NICK'S RIDE FOR THE CAPE COD FALLEN 2020
Cape Cod Harley-Davidson is pre-selling wristbands for the ride and they are also available online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-nicks-ride-for-the-fallen-tickets-73418589979?aff=ebdssbeac
Gates Open at 7am
Opening Ceremony at 9am
KSU at 9:45am
Join us for the 11th Annual Memorial Motorcycle Ride in memory of United States Marine Corps Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos and all 16 of our fallen heroes with ties to Cape Cod; as well as all of the Massachusetts Fallen and Veterans past, present, and future who serve our great country.
Please support our brave troops and their families and be part of Cape Cod's Largest, Most Patriotic, and Legendary Motorcycle Ride!
The Cape Cod Fallen 16
United States Army Staff Sergeant Alicia A. Birchett of Mashpee
United States Army Private First Class Paul E. Conlon of Mashpee
United States Navy Captain Gerald F. DeConto of Sandwich
United States Army Sergeant Alexander H. Fuller of Barnstable
United States Army Sergeant Matthew R. Gallagher of Falmouth
United States Navy SEAL Kevin A. Houston of Barnstable
United States Marine Captain Eric A. Jones of Mashpee
United States Marine Corps Private First Class William B. Kiernan of Falmouth
United States Marine Private First Class Daniel A.C. McGuire of Mashpee
United States Army Sergeant Matthew A. Pucino of Bourne
United States Army Staff Sergeant Stephen A. Sprague of Yarmouth
United States Army Private First Class Clinton E. Springer II of Bourne
United States Army Sergeant Zachary D. Tellier of Falmouth
United States Army Sergeant Mark R. Vecchione of Eastham
United States Navy Commander Francis T Williams of Sandwich
United States Marine Corporal Nicholas G. Xiarhos of Yarmouth
You will help others in need, make friends, and memories of a lifetime...
Registration starts at 7:00am at the Barnstable County Correctional Facility
Opening Ceremony starts at 9am
Kickstands Up at 9:45am
Ride ends 35 miles later at Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in South Yarmouth.
Visit http://www.bignicksride.org for more information.