Old Pueblo Riders was founded in 2003 as a small group of Indian
Motorcycle owners. Time has changed us a bit... we now welcome all
makes and models of bikes as long as you share our passion to ride.
We organize an annual Poker Run, known as the Run for the Kids. So far, we've been able to contribute more than $135,800 to the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind here in Tucson.
OUR MEMBERS Our members are a disparate assortment of humanity. What they share is a love for motorcycles and adventure. They love riding, exploring and discovering. There is always a ride (or rides) in the works. It might be a group ride to breakfast. It might be a ride to find a route for the next Run for the Kids poker run. Or it might be an ride to Rocky Point. You can check out these rides by looking at the Old Pueblo Rider calendar.
The group holds a social gathering on the first Sunday of each month at Shooter's Steakhouse and Saloon at 2:00pm. This is frequently the termination point for a weekend motorcycle excursion.
The group also conducts a business meeting on the second Sunday of each month, also at Shooter's, at 10:30am. A considerable portion of these meetings is devoted to planning the annual Run for the Kids charity event.
Everyone is welcome at both of these events.
Joing Old Pueblo RidersThe Old Pueblo Riders of Tucson consists of members who simply love to ride. We encourage riders of all makes and types of motorcycles to join us. We have members that ride trikes and members that have sidecars. We have members that rides some things that may surprise you.
We welcome those interested in joining our ranks. We do not prospect. Our tradition is simple. We ask that you "hang around" with us for a while, ride with us a few times, tell us that you want to join and let us vote you in. In support of that, you can check our calendar, join and follow us on Facebook or Meetup and show up at some of our events.
If you need more info you can email one of the group officers at the to of this page.