Poker runs offer excellent opportunities to enjoy a day of riding and support a worthy cause. If you’re a fan of poker runs, check out Kong’s poker run in Phoenix on February 19.
Here’s everything you need to know about this motorcycle poker run event:
Kong’s Third-Annual Poker Run
For the past three years, the family and friends of Greg “Kong” Dilley have hosted a poker run to celebrate his life. Kong was killed in a motorcycle accident on October 3, 2020. These poker runs support veteran non-profit organizations and allow attendees to reminisce on Kong’s legacy.
In a poker run, riders stop at designated businesses around town to receive cards toward their poker hands. At the end of the run, the riders with the best hands will receive prizes.
If you’re not interested in riding, you can come to the event for food trucks, raffles, live music, and vendors. All proceeds from this year’s event will support Skeleton Crew Adventures, an organization that provides adventure therapy to veterans and first responders living with PTSD.
The poker run will begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday, February 19. Registration is $20 and includes your poker run ticket, a gift bag, and a Kong’s Run t-shirt.
This event will take place at the VFW Post 720 at the following address:
4853 E Thomas Rd
Phoenix, AZ, 85018
Arizona Leathernecks MC will host this event.
At the end of the Kong’s Poker Run in Phoenix, there will be prizes for the highest and lowest hand.
Greg “Kong” Dilley is one of a list of too many motorcycle accident victims who have passed away while riding. At Law Tigers, we strive to protect the rights of accident victims and their loved ones. If you ever become involved in a motorcycle crash, contact our team at 1-888-863-7216 for assistance and a free consultation.