This charity ride kicks off at the Harley Davidson store location on Dorchester Road and will make nine stops to honor those killed in the Emanuel AME tragedy. Event coordinator Jen Oldal says, “Bikers use their passion for riding to do good in the community. [They] are really generous people and community-minded and love to support different charities and be a part of healing.” But don’t worry, you don’t have to be biker to join. Any bike or vehicle can join — even Prius owners with co-exist bumper stickers don’t have to miss out. But if your gas tank is looking a little low, fret not. Palmetto Brewing is hosting the after party which will be open to anyone. There will be live music, Dashi food truck, and free memorial t-shirts for the first 100 people to arrive.