The Bikers Memorial Fund is currently recruiting motorcycle drivers to assist with the safety of our athletes and assist with media needs.  We proudly welcome them back to our volunteer team.

The Bikers Memorial Fund {BMF} is a non profit organization formed in 1994 by a group of 12 founding members to build a memorial to riders who had taken their last ride. This Memorial is a place for family and friends to go and honor their loved ones by memorializing their name and their love of motorcycling. The memorial is located in front of the American Legion Post 83 on Route 4 in Sandusky, Ohio.

Since it’s formation, the memorial has been built and paid for and thousands of dollars have been given to those in need. Your donations have enabled us to provide assistance to the Victory Temple Soup Kitchen, Safe Harbor, Ohio Veterans Home, Stein Hospice, Care and Share, Toys for Tots, Ronald McDonald House, Locks for Love, many other charities and area families who have been struck by illness or tragedy. We also support a College Scholarship program.

In 2007 the BMF completed the project of adding 2 more stones and enlarging the memorial for more names to be added, as the present stones were almost full. We have also added brick pavers in the center of the sidewalk surrounding the memorial to be sold and engraved for anyone wanting to remember or honor a friend or business that supports the Bikers Memorial.

To continue to support the memorial and give back to the community we have several fundraisers per year. They are our annual May Party/Poker Run, Oak Ridge Festival Bike Show and other events during Ohio Bike Bike

For more information on The Biker’s Memorial Fund or to make a donation: