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Ride Against Trafficking 2024

Hope Found of Northeast Arkansas’ 4th Annual Ride Against Trafficking will occur on Saturday, June 1, 2024 - and the event is growing!

We are excited to share that in addition to the motorcycle ride this year, Ride Against Trafficking will also include a cycle event and a family bike ride.

 With this addition, Ride Against Trafficking will include a 1.5 to 2-hour route for bikers, a choice of a 25-mile or 50-mile route for cyclists, and a family fun ride on the paved path around Central Baptist Church. All rides are followed by a BBQ lunch for all participants.


Bikers and cyclists will follow two separate routes through NEA, where they will learn facts about human trafficking and participate in a dice run. Participants will roll dice at check-in, at 3 locations along their route, and the end of their route. Their rolls are tallied and recorded, and their total is tallied at the end. The winners with the highest number receive $100, and the lowest number receive $50. Kids can also enjoy the dice game along the paved path and try to win $10 or $20. 

Biker and cyclist registration is $20, with a $10 charge for an extra rider on motorcycles. For the family fun ride around Central Baptist Church, adults are $10, and children ride free, but donations are welcome.

The ride will start and end at the pavilion behind Central Baptist Church located at 3707 Harrisburg Road in Jonesboro.

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