Saturday, June 29th was RevMoto Industries first annual Moto Festival. All proceeds went to the Wounded Warriors Project, a nonprofit group that was founded in 2003 in the wake of the War on Terrorism. Various vendors were on site selling calendars, bike accessories and gear, while there was also food, a beer garden, and stunt show in support of our wounded heroes. On the website –http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/ – their purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.
The festival started off with a short 16- mile ride for our nation’s fallen warriors. More than 200 bikers followed a hearse carrying a Purple Heart and American flag. Some riders even wore their full military camouflage gear in the 90 degree heat to show their pride and support. We started in Oceanside from the RevMoto headquarters and headed into Carlsbad, up the 101 highway, and back into Oceanside. Families were waving from the streets and giving thumbs up through the Carlsbad streets. I felt like we were in a parade, as we all revved our engines for the crowds of kids and locals.
If you live here or are ever in the San Diego area and looking into customizing your motorcycle, visit RevMoto. They can build any bike you can dream up, and complete all your bike repairs or upgrades. From race prepping your bike to dyno tuning to powdercoating, you can count on these guys to treat your motorcycle with exceptional care and service. Check out their website for more services offered;