Formation of a New Christian Motorcyclists Chapter in Fallon

  • 2021-06-06, 11:39 AM
  • Tom Jones
Formation of a New Christian Motorcyclists Chapter in Fallon Tom Jones CMA with their booth at last weekend's Run-A-Mucca event in Winnemucca

Fallon Resident Tom Jones will be holding a Chapter Formation Meeting for the Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA)  on June 15 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at The Grid Brew Pub and Restaurant in Fallon.

Jones said, “It's not about what you ride; it's about coming together in a fun, safe, family-friendly environment to enjoy the sport of motorcycling/motorsports and fellowship with those who ride them.”

CMA is a non-profit and non-denominational association founded in 1975 with the vision of taking the Gospel to bikers. The organization has grown to be in 38 countries with 1,380 chapters chartered in the United States. According to the group's promotional flier, whether you ride cruisers, sportbikes (on- or off-road), Motocross, Racing, ATVs, or scooters, you are welcome to join them. “We welcome you to spend some time and take a ride with us,” said John Ogden Sr., CEO and Chairman of the CMA Board.

All those interested in joining or obtaining more information are heart-fully encouraged to attend this organizational meeting.  The group is planning to attend this weekend's Street Vibrations in Reno event, and the gather for Friday night cruises that meet at The Grid at 6:30 p.m. Visit the CMA website www.cmausa.org for more information or call Jones at (775) 867-8355 with any questions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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