* Club/Chapter: Team Tyler, powered by American Collectors Insurance, $46,754
* Motorcycle Business: Fast by Ferracci, $17,084Many thanks to the hardworking team of volunteers who put together the Philadelphia event, especially Steve and Deneen Falk, Joel Samick and Lynn Nathan.Big Win in St. LouisA rainy day couldn’t dampen the spirit of St. Louis, where over 100 riders and supporters brought $109,260 to the ninth annual Ride for Kids. This was a 33 percent increase over the 2009 event.The crowd gathered at St. Charles Community College in Cottleville before the morning’s ride through the lush green Missouri countryside. The ride honored 13 local brain tumor survivors: Ashleigh, Brian, Hope, Adam, Isabelle, Zachary, Joshua, Challia, Courtney, Daniel, Amanda, Issa and Josh.When the group returned to the college, they heard from these brave youngsters and their parents, as well as Brian Kissinger, an adult brain tumor survivor. "It’s all about fighting and hope, all we can do is keep on helping each other," he said.Dr. Joshua Rubin, an oncologist from Washington University School of Medicine, said the PBTF is funding promising research.The top fundraisers in St. Louis were: * Individuals: Lisa Rozier & Family, in memory of Taylor, $50,000
* Club/Chapter: Taylor Rozier’s Hope for a Cure, $52,208
* Motorcycle Business: Doc’s Harley Davidson, $50,000The St. Louis Ride for Kids® is organized by an all-volunteer task force, led this year by Greg Hoette, Norm and Angie Riekena, John and Lorrie Lehmann, and Marty Hall.