Paris Harley-Davidson, together with Adam Sandoval of ScootinAmerica, announced Wednesday night the venue for the ‘Bring It Home’ parade has changed.
“Thanks to all of you, we have had to shut down an entire airport,” said Sandoval in a YouTube video released Wednesday night.
The event will now be held at Cox Field Airport located 6780 Collier Drive in Paris.
“You guys are killin’ it!!! We’ve seen SO much support from you that we had to CLOSE DOWN AN AIRPORT to accommodate everyone! This thing is going to be H U G E,” said Paris Harley-Davidson.
Sandoval released a video (click here) showing the new route for motorcycles to break the record and, like originally planned, the announcement with results with be at Paris Harley-Davidson, 2875 NE Loop 286 in Paris, at 5:30 p.m.
In 2018, the group attempted to break the record but fell short. The current world record of 2,404 Harley’s was set by the Hellas Motorcycle Club of Greece in 2010.
“We appreciate each and every one of you, this wouldn’t be possible without our amazing motorcycle community coming together! Come ride your Harley down the airstrip with us and thousands of our closest friends.”
In addition to the world record attempt, the Bring It Home parade will raise funds for Motorcycle Missions, a 501c3 non-profit corporation, who help first responders with PTSD.