2021 Hooked on Healing Veterans Ride
Due to our concern for the safety and security of everyone involved
in our event, we have postponed the ride until October 23rd, 2021.
You can be assured that we will once again be in complete compliance with any
Arizona Health Department standards that may still be in effect at that time.
San Tan Rotary Foundation, Inc., the supporting body of the annual “Hooked on Healing Veterans” ride , including all members of the committee responsible for hosting this charity event are committed to observing all of the State, County, and Local guidelines and restrictions pertaining to COVID-19.
While our event is totally in the open air we will meet all COVID guidelines in the execution of our duties in putting on this event. The ride route has been shortened and our patrons will ‘congregate’ , and not closely, on only two occasions from start to finish.
Desert Wind Harley-Davidson in Mesa will serve as our Registration and launch pad. All activity will be out of doors and no food will be served this year. Desert Wind Harley-Davidson is in strict compliance with all State mandates with regard to masks and social distancing.
The lunch and final stop will be held at The Buffalo Chip Saloon in Cave Creek. They too are abiding by all State and Local regulations. We will be eating out of doors under 50% occupancy restrictions. From start to finish we will ask everyone to wear a mask and to social distance appropriately.
Our team is constantly monitoring the pandemic situation with your safety and security in mind. Should there be the least bit of doubt about our ability to provide a safe environment we are prepared to announce a postponement of the event to October 2021 and will do so, if necessary, two weeks in advance of the ride.
In the event our ride is postponed all of those who have pre-registered and paid on line will be given a credit for the October event or given the opportunity to ‘donate’ their small registration fee to the San Tan Rotary Foundation to be used in support of our wounded veteran community here in Phoenix.”