April 25th will hopefully be a beautiful spring weekend in Texas as Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association 23-10 will hold their 1st ever Spring Biker Bash to support the Texas Sentinels.  The event provides great entertainment and fun in support of a great cause... wounded warriors.

CVMA 23-10 will be holding the Spring Biker Bash April 25th at American Legion Post 121 in Elm Mott to support Texas Sentinels Foundation's mission in providing mortgage-free homes to deserving disabled veterans.  The Texas Sentinels provide the benefits and support to wounded warriors in our community via a 4-point plan that covers not only financial support, but also community and mentorship support.

The Texas Sentinels, together with Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association 23-10, will hold the Spring Biker Bash at American Legion Post 121 in Elm Mott.  For $10 a bike or $15 a car, you can get in on the fun run, live music, raffles, a 50/50, vendors, a bike show and even tattoos by Ink Masters.  The live music will be provided by Hedley Grange, (one of my faves) Towne Adams, Steve Smith & Kacey Kelly.

 

 

 

Registration for the bike show will be 10am until noon, and the Spring Biker Bash will take place noon to 6pm, rain or shine.  All proceeds from the Biker Bash will benefit the Texas Sentinels and the services they continue to provide to wounded warriors.  If you're not able to make it to the Spring Biker Bash to support the Texas Sentinels in their support of wounded warriors, donations can be made through a GoFundMe page.