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Hosts include business legend and philanthropist John Paul DeJoria and
freestyle motocross champion Carey Hart

Events Include Global War on Terror Memorial Wall Display, Motorcycle Tribute Ride & Concert

Foothill Ranch, CA, (October 19, 2016): Infinite Hero Foundation’s 2nd Annual Ride to Reimagine Recovery will take place at Oakley’s Headquarters at One Icon in Foothill Ranch, CA on Friday, November 11th in honor of Veterans Day. Infinite Hero Foundation combats the most difficult front line issues – mental and physical – facing military heroes and their families and has recently awarded more than $700,000 in grants to eight veteran service organizations offering innovative and effective treatments for service-related injuries.

Events will include a motorcycle tribute ride, hosted by John Paul DeJoria, his Peace*Love*Happiness Charity co-founder Gary Spellman and Carey Hart along with dozens of Veteran riders. The post-ride concert will feature performances by DJ Ravi Drums, country duo Krista Allen and Damian Horne and a solo performance by hip-hop/blues artist G. Love.

Area chefs and restaurants will participate in an ultimate tailgate competition sponsored in part by Patron.  A $2,000 cash award will be presented to the winning tailgate, voted on by participants of the event, to be donated to a Veterans’ charity of their choice.

PRESS: Celebrity and Veteran Interviews will be available on-site throughout the day. All press should register with Laurie Baker (949) 829-6446,

WHEN: Friday, November 11th, 2016; Veterans Day

WHERE: Oakley Global Headquarters, One Icon, Foothill Ranch, CA 92610

*Registration is required for the 2-hour ride at by clicking on the Ride to Reimagine Recovery link.

COST:  motorcycle tribute ride is $125 for participants. VIP entry is $500. Concert and Tailgate prices range from $25 – $75.

9:00AM – 5:00PM:  Global War on Terror WALL OF REMEMBRANCE display

9:30AM: Breakfast & Registration

10:45AM: Opening Ceremony

11:00AM: National Anthem Performed by Krista Marie

11:11AM: Ride Departs from Oakley

2:30 – 4:30PM: Concert featuring Krista Marie & Damian Horne and G. Love solo acoustic show; Patriotic Tailgate Competition

About Infinite Hero Foundation

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Infinite Hero Foundation combats the most difficult front line issues – mental and physical – facing returning military heroes and their families. The Foundation funds programs that drive innovation and the accessibility of effective treatments for military heroes and their families dealing with service-related mental and physical injuries. For more information, visit: or follow Infinite Hero on Facebook.

About Carey Hart

Carey Hart is one of the most recognized names in all of freestyle motocross. From the sport’s inception, Carey has been one of the most innovative riders in the sport. He is the inventor of the Hart Attack, and at the 2000 Gravity Games Carey etched his name in the record books as the first rider ever to complete a backflip on a 250cc motorcycle.

Off the motorcycle he pursued his passion of business with the creation of Hart and Huntington Tattoo Co., along with Hart and Huntington clothing. His first tattoo shop was featured on 3 seasons of A&E’s hit television series “Inked”, which lead to the opening of more locations around the United States and Canada. In addition to these business ventures, he still dedicates significant time to one of his biggest passions, his Supercross team with co-owner Ricky Carmichael.

In 2016 Carey also launched Good Ride, a charity motorcycle event. With stops in Laughlin and Sturgis for the 76th rally, money was raised for both Infinite Hero Foundation and local Sturgis charities.

About Peace*Love*Happiness Charity    

The Peace*Love*Happiness Charity Motorcycle Ride was conceived in 2002 while two bikers were riding through the Texas Hill Country. During a pit-stop at Poodies Hill Top, John Paul Dejoria, “Captain of Industry” and “Steward of the Planet”, along with his long time friend and riding buddy, Gary Spellman, decided to take a stand after hearing how horribly an Austin Police Officer was being criticized for risking his life to save another. That day, the Peace*Love*Happiness was born. They would go on to create an event that helped and supported the families of fallen peace officers and abused and neglected children. Since then, the event has gone on to support not only the 100 Club of Central Texas, but also Veterans through Infinite Hero Foundation and Combat Wounded Coalition.

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