Old Pueblo Riders • Tucson, AZ

 

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Titus and Roxanne, Mashed Potato Queen, 2014
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Our History

Old Pueblo Riders was founded in 2003 as a small group of Indian Motorcycle owners. Time has changed us a bit... we now welcome all makes and models of bikes as long as you share our passion to ride.

Arizona School for the Deaf and BlindWe organize an annual Poker Run, known as the Run for the Kids. So far, we've been able to contribute more than $108,200 to the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind here in Tucson.

 2004   $5,000
 2005  $10,000
 2006   $6,000
 2007   $5,500
 2008  $10,000
 2009  $10,000
 2010  $8,500
 2011  $8,500
 2012  $10,500
 2013  $10,500
 2014  $8,000
 2015  $8,500
 2016  $7,200

In 2004, we worked with the Tucson Kiwanis by sponsoring the motorcycle portion of a Custom Car and Motorcycle Show held at Rillito Park. In December, we also helped the | Sun Riders | with their 23rd annual Toy Parade.

Again in 2005, we helped the | Sun Riders | with their 24th annual Toy Parade.

For the third year in a row, we helped the | Sun Riders | with their 25th annual Toy Parade in 2006.

In 2007, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 26th annual Toy Parade.

OP Riders with the ASDB kids
The ASDB kids thank the OP Riders.

In 2008, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 27th annual Toy Parade.

In 2009, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 28th annual Toy Parade.

In 2010, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 29th annual Toy Parade. Several ORP members took their bikes and visited two New Challenge Day Centers for disabled adults and children.

In 2011, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 30th annual Toy Parade.

In 2012, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 31th annual Toy Parade.

In 2013, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 32nd annual Toy Parade.

In 2014, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 33rd annual Toy Parade.

In 2015, we again helped the | Sun Riders | with their 34rd annual Toy Parade.

Beyond our charitable endeavors, we enjoy a fraternal passion for the open road as experienced on two wheels.

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