The Ride for Change invaded Lawton, Fort Sill today (09-16-20) at Diamondback Harley Davidson 301 S.E. Interstate Drive. My twin brother from a different mother and fellow broadcasting blood brother Frank Pain was in town to raise awareness and funds for the Ride for Change minority scholarship program.

His ride kicked off in his hometown of Abilene and he'll be making stops in Lubbock, Amarillo, Lawton, Wichita Falls, Texarkana, Tyler, Temple/Killeen, Victoria, San Angelo, and Midland/Odessa. Each town he visits will be setting up a scholarship program with the funds raised to help local and area students.

It's been awhile since we've seen one another and got to hang out, it was a good time and for a great cause. A BIG THANK YOU to Diamondback Harley Davidson for hosting and we'd like to thank each and every one of you who stopped by. If you missed it the Ride for Change minority scholarship fundraiser will be going on until the end of the year. You can CLICK HERE to make a donation. Or stop by Diamondback Harley Davidson to make a donation and receive a special Diamondback H.D. poker chip.

While you're there you can check out all the bikes, accessories and apparel. They've got a HUGE selection of new and preowned bikes in inventory and TONS of everything else. Diamondback is all things Harley! Plus you gotta check out the new showroom and all the construction they've done over the past several months. It's an incredible dealership and it's right here in Lawton.