POW-MIA Highway 26 Memorial Ride June 24 to 25 in Portland

Memorial Ride in Portland

Are you a motorcycle enthusiast based in the Beaver State ready to ride? Here’s a suggestion for you: Dust off your helmet, hop on your bike, and join the Oregon Veterans Motorcycle Association on the Highway 26 Memorial Ride in Portland.

After all, what better way to spend your weekend than braving the open road with fellow motorcyclists to support a worthy cause?

Event Details

The Highway 26 Memorial Ride in Portland is an annual motorcycle ride organized by the Oregon Veterans Motorcycle Association.

This year’s run will span two days and will take you on a scenic journey from the Pacific coast all the way to Ontario, Oregon.

The choice of the route isn’t accidental: In 2019, lawmakers designated Highway 26 as a POW-MIA Memorial Highway to commemorate prisoners of war and missing-in-action service members.

When & Where

The Highway 26 Memorial Ride will take place on Saturday, June 24, and Sunday, June 25, 2023. 

While the ride officially starts at the American Legion in Seaside (1315 Broadway St, Seaside, OR 97138), many riders will be riding from the city of Bend to Seaside the day before. 

Anyone can join the run as a rider or spectator. If you can’t make it personally, consider donating to support the Oregon Veterans Motorcycle Association (OVMA). Learn more at www.POWMIARun.com.

Ride Safe with Law Tigers

Road accidents can happen when you least expect them. If you’re injured during the Highway 26 Memorial Ride in Portland, call Law Tigers at (888) 863-7216 as soon as possible. We’ll connect you with a motorcycle accident lawyer who will explain your options and advise whether you can seek monetary compensation.