Wednesday, September 3, 2014


The Dragon Run 2014 was such a success! Making new friends and meeting old ones was great! We presented a lot of really cool donated raffle gifts as well as sold out of all the event shirts raising over $2900 for the Wound Warrior Project. This is double over last year! We want to thank all the sponsors of the event as well as Deals Gap Motorcycle Resort for hosting this event for the 3rd year. Thank you to all that came out and participated in the escorted ride and we hope to see you next year. We look forward to next year's event on September 5, 2015

Additional photos can be found under the 'Event Photos' page.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Special Guests - COMBAT CYCLES

We are happy to announce COMBAT CYCLES attending this years Dragon Run in show of their support for our wounded warriors. 

Based on the east coast of North Carolina in Jacksonville, COMBAT CYCLES is well in touch with military and their families due to being located right near Marine base Camp Lejeune. Their talents were most recently featured on Discovery's Biker Live show. They showed their skill and desire in building one amazing motorcycle. Below is a short video segment on COMBAT CYCLES starting off with a back yard piece on two wheels they manage to start up and a photo of what they made out of it.

We again thank COMBAT CYCLES in attending this years event and look forward to checking out up close the bike they built on Biker Live.  

Monday, June 9, 2014

The Dragon Run 2014 Guest Speaker

We are honored to announce our Master of Ceremony speaker will be veteran Sgt. Stan Roberts. Sgt. Roberts lost his right leg just below the hip in an IED attack on his hummer in Afghanistan. He is an amazing man with an optimistic attitude in life, married to a wonderful wife and cares for 5 beautiful children. He will be speaking and shaking hands at the 2014 Dragon Run on August 30 at Deals Gap Motorcycle Resort. We are again honored to have him attend and tell what these type of events mean to him & our other Wounded Warriors. 

Sgt. Stan Roberts