Get ready to bust out your motorcycle, Corvette, minivan, or Razor scooter on Memorial Day weekend, because it's time for the 2020 Realities Ride.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's Realities for Children fundraiser is going 'No Boundries,' so that everyone can safely participate while helping out the at-risk, neglected, and abused children of Larimer County.

This year, simply grab your vehicle of choice, show your support, and ride around town on May 24 while enjoying a live Facebook broadcast, a 2020 Realities Ride t-shirt (for the first 500 registered riders), and prize drawings.

And even though everyone is socially distancing, the event will serve as a unifying presence that we all need right now.

"Everybody can be a Realities Rider for our kids. We see people signing up from all over the country," said Craig Secher, President of Realities for Children, in our "Tuned In to NoCo" interview. "There's a sense of unity in this. Everyone you see out riding on the road...this is a way we can come together while socially isolated, and be part of something bigger than ourselves."

And on top of this sense of community, the event will also make a huge impact on the lives of Larimer County's children in need.

Don't forget to register as a rider here, so that you can make a difference and have some fun for Memorial Day.

"Everybody can be a voice for our children that have been silenced by abuse," said Secher. "And a great way to do that is share with your friends about the ride you're going on...get everybody involved to be a Realities Rider for our children this Memorial Day weekend."

I'll see you all out on the road when I'm stuntin' in my 2002 Honda.

To learn more about the 2020 'No Boundries' Realities Ride, listen to the full "Tuned In to NoCo" interview with Craig Secher below.

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