* Club/Chapter: GWRRA NC-M2, $19,610
* Motorcycle Business: MR Motorcycle, $27,423Asheville’s Ride for Kids® task force leaders, Robin Suttles and Pat Harvey, worked with a great group of volunteers to make this ride a success.Michigan motorcyclists top $62,000Just an hour after the Asheville event, the 19th Michigan Ride for Kids® rolled in Ann Arbor. More than 300 motorcyclists and supporters were on hand, bringing in $62,147 for the PBTF.This unique event has both a dual sport and road ride component. Riders for each met at Washtenaw Community College on a beautiful, clear morning for rides through the Huron River woodlands.Back at the college for the Celebration of Life program, Zachary, Katie, Lee Ann and PBTF college scholarship recipient Ruth told the group about their experiences with a brain tumor.Katie’s father, Rob, also spoke from a parent’s perspective. "These kids are my heroes," he said. "There are good days and bad days. The days here with you guys are the good days, but the ones with Katie at the hospital are the bad ones. We all need to work together to make all her days good days."The leading fundraisers were: * Individuals: Rob & Denni Proctor, $7,000
* Club/Chapter: Grey Dragons Foundation, $11,000
* Motorcycle Business: Route 66 Powersports, $11,000Many thanks go to the Michigan Ride for Kids task force and event volunteers for their hard work. The group’s 2010 leadership team is made up of George and Claudia Ellison and Ralph and Jean Hunt.