Algoma Ride For Autism an awesome sight

More than 150 motorcyclists hit the highway Saturday morning in the annual Algoma Ride For Autism.

Area bikers registered and gathered at Highland Ford Saturday morning before heading north to Goulais River and Bellevue Valley. They returned to the city about 90 minutes later, to the Esquire Club for snacks and refreshments.

“It’s truly impeccable, everybody coming out to sponsor the ride,” said Gene Prusky just before the massive group headed north. “There’s a lot of families that really enjoy seeing this ride put together. There’s a lot of children, and men and women, that really need this help.”

The Algoma Ride For Autism has raised more than $100,000 over the years for The Algoma Autism Foundation. 

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  • Ron Jokelainen

    Ron has returned to writing and reporting after 27 years with Ontario Lottery & Gaming. He began as a staff writer with OLG in 1994 before moving to Sports Marketing in 1997. He retired as a Senior sports analyst in 2021. Prior to OLG, Ron worked in radio and print journalism in the Sault and Simcoe. Folks may remember Ron "Williams" with CFYN-CHAS in the early 90s A graduate of Windsor's St. Clair College Journalism program, Ron lists drumming, gardening and walking among his favourite hobbies.

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