With having Ft Bliss next to us, El Paso is absolutely a city of veterans. But we're also a city of motorcycle lovers; so much we have some local motorcycle clubs like the El Paso HOG Chapter. Some ran by our very own veterans like the El Paso Motorcycle Coalition. But any veteran can tell you, sometimes life CAN be hard and very stressful and it can be hard to find help.

One motorcycle club called Save the Brave knows this. They're a nonprofit organization that offers programs for veterans & the hold an annual Ride for the Brave motorcycle ride across the United States to raise awareness for veteran suicide prevention.

The club was founded in Temecula, California but the Save the Brave organization HAVE been to El Paso before. In fact, they made a stop here last year. They will be coming back to El Paso this month, on July 23rd at Blazing Tree Brewery, 11426 Rojas Dr. El Paso is the 2nd stop on their 2022 Ride for the Brave; they will be arriving into town at around 2pm & they will be hosting a fundraiser event that starts at 4pm.

If you aren't able to attend the event, you can always donate to help out the veterans at any of the El Paso Veteran Organizations on the City of El Paso website, the El Paso Veterans Affairs office, to the Borderplex Veterans Coalition Fund on the Paso Del Norte Community Foundation website, or the Veterans Non Profit website.

Plenty of Babes and Bikinis At the 2020 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

KLAQ had a man on the ground at Sturgis who sent us daily photo updates and it looks like the pandemic hasn't stopped many the people from partying.

Check out the photos below and imagine you're right there in the middle of all the action.

Well, maybe not the spitting contest, unless you're into that sort of thing.