Fundraiser for another fallen Brother....

After the Rimrock Grand Prix last weekend, a group was handing out flyers promoting a benefit ride for the family of a Pacific Northwest desert rider who lost his life while riding on September 15, 2002. His name was Eric larson, and he leaves behind a wife and a son.

Flyer contents:

Eric Larson Benefit Ride

June 20, 1971 - September 15, 2002

Sunday October 13, 2002

Gates Open 7 am Sign up 8 am First rider 9 am

Kittitas Desert 100 Course

To get there: Take I-90 to Vantage Exit 136, turn left on vangate Highway and follow the road west, course is bwtween mile markers 19 and 20 on the south side of the road.

On Sunday September 15, 2002 one of the northwests prolific desert racers was suddenly taken from us. Eric David Larson lost his life doing what he loved; Desert Racing. Eric's racing career leaves behind a legascy which inspires us all. As both an outstanding human being and off road contender, Eric will be dearly missed. FARWELL and GODSPEED.

100% of proceeds from this event will go directly to Eric's Wife and Son.

Minimum Entry Donation: $25.00

Gate Fee: $5.00

for information contact: John Frederick (425) 241-2452; Rob Flagler (425) 346-3692 and Jonah Street (509) 962-2612

Brandon

UPDATE:

Many people have stated that geography prevents them from participating in this cause, but that they would still like to contribute.

Here is how you can:

Make checks payable to

Kelly Larson Benefit Fund

Mail those checks to

John Frederick

17240 430th Avenue S.E.

North Bend, WA 98045

Thanks alot TT'ers,

Brandon

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