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29th Annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Ride

September 12 - September 18

Join the 29th annual Trail of Tears Commemorative Ride on Saturday, September 12th. They  ride to remember.

Between 1831 and 1850, Native Americans were forced to walk from Ross’s Landing near Chattanooga to Waterloo, where they joined still others to continue the march to designated Indian territories in Oklahoma.

The official ride route of this Commemorative Ride follows US 72 across northern Alabama, from Bridgeport to Waterloo. This route is recognized by the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission as “dedicated to following the historical route to Waterloo, AL.”

The entire ride is escorted by the Alabama state police and local police of the jurisdictions that the ride passes through.

Program
7:00 a.m. Motorcyclists line up in the thousands on Main St. in Bridgeport.
8:00 a.m. Kick stands up.
Lunch stop at Redstone H-D with live music and vendors. Riders will gas up.
Ride contintues to Waterloo.
Pow Wow in Waterloo Park.

Thousands of people line the roads to view this event. As the rider procession pulls into Waterloo park, they are greeted by thousands more celebrants attending the Pow Wow Celebration set up by the city of Waterloo and Native American peoples.

You’ll enjoy the River Walk, many vendor booths, and displays of native American dancing. Typically, there are many custom bikes on display, raffles, and great food.

It’s a time for rest, fellowship, and reflection on the ride and your reason for being a part of it.

 

 

Details

Start:
September 12
End:
September 18
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Website:
trail-of-tears.webflow.io/the-ride/the-ride

Organizer

ATTOTCAI
Phone:
(678) RIDE-TOT
Website:
trail-of-tears.webflow.io

Venue

Downtown Bridgeport
Main Street
Bridgeport,
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