The Ride to Remember at Thunderbird Harley-Davidson, Albuquerque
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The Ride to Remember

This Is Captain America

Image courtesy of Columbia Pictures

You need a motorcycle—or a friend with a motorcycle and an extra helmet—to engage in the following activity, pilgrims, but it sure does sound like a lot of fun if you meet the prerequisites—which include spending the day in the saddle, hoss. That's right, the Albuquerque Film & Music Experience, in conjunction with Thunderbird Harley-Davidson, presents The Ride To Remember, an event that commemorates the 50th anniversary of landmark American road film Easy Rider with a motorcycle rally that follows the high road up to Taos where the film was made before swooping down to Billy's—I mean Dennis Hopper's—burial site in the lofty pines near the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The ride begins at 8am at Thunderbird Harley-Davidson on Saturday, Sept. 28, after a screening of the Hopper-directed classic the previous night. Single riders rumble up the road for $25 and a two-person outfit costs $35. Licensed riders and their passengers must be over 18 and sign a “hold harmless” waiver when registering. Want to know more, rider? Go to (August March)

Saturday Sept 28, 2019

5000 Alameda Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113


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A ceremonial motorcycle ride from Albuquerque along the scenic High Road to Taos, the ride goes through areas where Easy Rider was filmed ending at Dennis Hopper's burial site.



To further enhance Open Road themed-events during the week, AFMX is presenting the 50th Anniversary of Easy Rider on Friday, September 27 at the historic KiMo Theatre, followed by a ceremonial motorcycle ride from Albuquerque along the scenic "High Road to Taos." The ride will take us through areas where the movie was filmed.

End destination? Dennis Hopper's burial site in Ranchos de Taos.

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the NMMRO Biker Down Program.

Get your tickets and passes at