Heavy in the Streets

When Jared Robertson died in a motorcycle collision, his family and motorcycle club, the Disciple Christian Motorcycle Club, wanted to find a way to celebrate his life and his passion, and show that there can be joy even in the midst of grief. The Heavy in the Streets event featured a burnout competition, show and shine, and supper. Money raised from the event went to Rock Solid Refuge, a camp to help teenagers overcome issues in their lives. Tires disappeared in a cloud of smoke in tribute to Robertson.

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