Rally 2 Recovery

  • Thank you!

    Thank you for participating in R2R in 2017! Your participation and generosity mean so much to our team and to Learn to Cope!

We have a winner!

Winner of Indian Motorcyle Raffle

Paul Dryden was winner of the 2017 Indian Scout that was raffled off at the Rally 2 Recovery Event in Worcester August 12, 2017. Paul (and Joshua’s mother, Paula Dryden) lost their son Joshua to the disease of addiction on August 21st of last year. Joshua’s birthday was on August 3rd (born August 3, 1991). Joshua always had a hug and a smile for everyone; even if he didn’t know you. If someone introduced you to him he would hug you. He loved life and was adventurous – he went tandem skydiving 3 times! While it was difficult to ride and attend the event, Paul joined with his son in his heart and mind, surrounded by his friends and family, and we can not think of a better person to take home the bike!

We also want to thank every person who entered the raffle and let you know that even though you did not win (this year!) that your money has gone to an amazing cause; Learn to Cope.

Win a 2017 Indian Scout
2017 Indian Scout, Thunder Black

A Motorcycle Rally to Raise Money for Opioid Addiction Awareness