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Ride Jonah Ride



Story and photography by Joyce Taylor

Ride Jonah Ride is a motorcycle charity ride, off-road outing for Jeep enthusiasts and a celebration with food, beverages and music. This third annual event began at The Grove at Williamson Place with riders leaving at 10:15AM, taking a scenic looping ride through Middle Tennessee while Jeep off-roaders journeyed to Moore County. Vehicles returned to The Grove at 5:30PM to join a celebration where everyone was welcome, even those who didn’t ride.

Sheri and Rich Guider started the ride in memory of their 10-year-old son Jonah who died of pediatric pulmonary hypertension on June 21, 2015. The rides and a 5K called Run Jonah Run which is held in November, benefit research and treatment through the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.

To learn more, visit www.runjonahrun.org.

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