In addition to our one-on-one biker support efforts, we work to connect and support the biker family through our work with the following organizations, dealerships and bars.
#2Wheels4Meals was brought to life through the efforts of local motorcycle focused business leaders and community figures. Our goal is to support local businesses and individuals hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations are being taken by our partner, BikerDown. Funds raised go to purchasing food from local biker restaurants and delivering to first responders and those in need.
Using the collective power of the tight-knit biker community, this organization helps riders and their families get through the tough times by providing emotional support, financial advice, medical equipment and other services.
TheColorado Motorcycle Expo is an annual motorcycle event that dates back to 1978 and has become a biker tradition. Here, during the cold of winter, bikers gather at the Western National Complex in Denver, CO from all over the country to celebrate the biker community and the lifestyle we all love. CME is the largest motorcycle show in the Rocky Mountain region and the largest indoor motorcycle swap meet in the nation. It’s also a vendor bonanza and party with something fun around every corner.
Mark Miklos and Rob Tompkins have been buddies and bikers for over a decade. For many years, they talked about “one day” opening a biker bar together, so when a local bar in Golden, CO went on the market, they jumped in with both feet.
VAHNA (formerly META) is an internationally popular motorcycle publication with home offices in Denver, CO. In addition to its print publication – which is a high-end coffee table book – VAHNA produces short feature films to accompany each issue of the quarterly magazine. Rider Justice partners with VAHNA on events, including #2Wheels4Meals and Sophie’s Ride.
Rider Justice are proud sponsors of the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally held in Durango, Colorado every year over Labor Day weekend. Ride the world famous Million Dollar Highway, attend the flat track races, watch racers ride up a ski slope at the Hill Climb Races, group rides, poker runs, custom builds, vendors, Harley-Davidson demo trucks, live music and so much more.
Coloradans Organized for Responsible Driving (CORD) was formed when bikers Brian and Jacquie Lehner were killed in a head-on collision by a woman who was reading a text message. CORD’s mission is to make it illegal to use a mobile device while driving and to increase awareness of the dangers of distracted driving. Rider Justice and The O’Sullivan Law Firm have worked hand-in-hand with CORD to fight for a hands-free driving bill in Colorado.
Rider Justice and The O’Sullivan Law Firm champion ABATE of Colorado because we believe in the organization’s mission: “…to preserve freedom of the road, to unite motorcyclists, to promote fair legislation, safety and rider education and to provide a network for communication on issues affecting motorcyclists.” We especially work closely with ABATE on legislative advocacy work.
Community PIF is a unique organization that brings together local merchants and local causes to create big impact. When you shop at a participating merchant, all you have to do is take a picture of your receipt, then submit it to Clayton PIF and designate it to a participating cause. The merchant agrees to pay a percentage of your purchase back to the cause of your choice. Rider Justice and The O’Sullivan Law Firm love the grassroots, community-based impact of this program and we’re proud to sponsor and support their efforts.