The weather is supposed to be beautiful this weekend, so why not take advantage of it. Besides, there is nothing quite like helping out others and having fun while doing it. This Sunday you have a special opportunity to do both with Hudson Valley Ride for Kids.

Hudson Valley Ride for Kids is a not-for-profit origination that seeks to raise awareness and supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation (PBTF). This year's ride is special as it is the 25th ride event. Yep, this year marks the 25th Anniversary of the ride, which means all participants will be getting special gifts.

The ride kicks off at Motorcyclepedia Museum in Newburgh and starts at 8am and runs until 1pm. Now this event is free and fun to participant in, but organizers do ask that you make a donation. Suggested donation is $40 per motorcycle and $50 can get you a ride as well as a T-Shirt. There will be both a light breakfast and lunch for those who ride as well as free admission to the Museum for all those who donate. Nervous about riding, don't worry because this event is police escorted. For more information and to register head to