Veterans Supporting Veterans
At this unprecedented time in our history, it is crucial we support our nation's heroes. Please help us as we seek to bless veteran families who may have lost income or face significant difficulty during this pandemic.
WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2015, the All American Riders provide an opportunity for American veterans to support our veteran community through motorcycle rides, fundraising events, and one-on-one aid.
ALL AMERICAN RIDERS
Veterans Supporting Veterans since 2015
SILKIES SLOW RIDE
THANKS TO THOSE THAT CAME OUT AND SUPPORTED IN 2021.
SEE YOU IN 2022!
Approximately 22 United States military veterans take their own lives each day. Join us in showing our community and our country that we have their backs. We invited all veterans with motorcycles to ride with us through Southern California in our PT shorts. We were surely seen and able to make a point. In addition to all of our bikes, we had vehicles with signage following our parade to help bring attention to the cause. Thank you to all the vets and supporters who made this event possible!
WHAT WE DO
Below are a few of our key events we use to impact our veteran community
All American Riders is in the business of changing and shaping lives. The work we do at our Non-Profit is aimed at providing a holistic approach to solving some of our veteran's biggest challenges. We make sure our vets are empowered by creating opportunities for individuals either through our direct investments or partnering with other great organizations.
AMBER WAVES OF GRAIN
Since 2016, we have been honored to participate in this craft beer festival. Including a military style parade and museum, this event has raised over $100,000 for over 40 veteran nonprofits.
SILKIES SLOW RIDE
Our largest organized ride of the year takes riders around So Cal in “silkies” to raise awareness for veteran suicide. The afterparty includes live music, food, craft beer, and plenty of vets.
HISTORY & SUPPORT MISSION
Since our founding, we have always sought to honor our nation’s heroes, including an annual Marine Corps Ball, hospital visits, Christmas Dinner for Homeless Vets, and much more.
"We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty, though it never was. Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause."