Lee Kia

Now Available: Ride Registration

We are excited to announce that the 2019 Ride for the Ribbon registration is now available here.
The $30 ride registration fee includes ride participation, event t-shirt, and refreshments at all stops. Riders who pre-register by September 13th will also receive a $5 discount, and an event lapel pin.
Please contact ridefortheribbon@easternrad.com with any questions.
Lee Kia

Now Available: Car Show Registration

We are excited to announce that the 2019 Ride for the Ribbon Car Show Registration is now available here.
The fee to enter is $20. There will be awards for the top three cars in each class: Antique (1959 & older), 1960’s, 1970’s, 1980’s, Modern (1990-present), and Exotic. 
Additional awards will be given for Best In Show, Best Appearing Club & Survivor’s Choice. 
Please contact ridefortheribbon@easternrad.com with any questions.

Lee Kia

Now Available: Pullin’ for Pink Registration

The 2019 “Pullin’ for Pink” event will be held on September 28, 2019, during the 13th annual Ride for the Ribbon. Team registration can be found here. The competition begins at 11:15am, and is brought to you by the Greenville Fire/Rescue and sponsored by Bojangles.

Rules:

  • Teams must consist of 6 adults (16 & up).
  • All participants must sign a liability waiver.
  • Teams will pull a fire engine 100 feet
    for time.
  • Fastest team time determines placement.
  • Participants are encouraged to wear
    gloves.
  • Participants are encouraged to wear some type of “team” shirt.
  • Team captains must check in at 10:30 am for review of rules and to
    determine team pull order.
  • Competition begins at 11:15 a.m.
  • Awards will be given for the two fastest teams.
  • Teams may choose to pull in honor/memory of someone. These
    names will be recognized on event day.
Lee Kia

Ride for the Ribbon Info

The 13th Annual Ride For the Ribbon will be held September 28, 2019. The event’s net proceeds are used in eastern NC to support breast cancer screenings/early detection programs and provide assistance to breast cancer patients during treatment. The ride begins and ends in Greenville, making stops in Washington and Kinston. Registration includes event t-shirt, food and live music.