No motorcycle? No problem. People can still take part in the Ride Into History Friday, Saturday and Sunday to help the Gateway of Hope shelter and training centre.
Motorcyclists will be doing a ride Saturday throughout the region but there are also family-friendly concert Friday evening, the motorcycle show 'n shine Saturday, fun at the National Historic Site, and Sunday's Lions pancake breakfast - all in Fort Langley.
Friday, July 27
Steve Elliot as Elvis and Johnny Cash tribute band, the JC Celebration Band. Admission by donation. In the Fort Langley National Historic Site.
Saturday, July 28
Motorcycle ride registration and package pick up
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Motorcycle rally through the Fraser Valley, including a lunch stop at the Salvation Army Gateway of Hope
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Community event continues with guided tours, 12 o'clock Gun, Fur Trade Wedding, Heritage Garden and more at the historic site.
Motorcycle show 'n shine
Barbecue salmon dinner hosted by Kwantlen First Nation, for registered participants
Sunday, July 29
Community pancake breakfast provided by the Fort Langley Lions Club, by donation
The run will follow some historic roads in the Township, the City, Abbotsford, Yarrow and Chilliwack. The total distance is approximately 180 kilometres.
Langley Township Mayor Jack Froese and City Mayor Peter Fassbender are taking part. The historic site is located at 23343 Mavis St. More information is available at www.rideintohistory.ca.