Two-Wheelers Dazzle Main Street

More than 200 riders, escorted by former NASCAR champion Kyle Petty, motored through Ketchum on Saturday as part of the 15th annual Chick-Fil-A Charity Ride Across America to raise money for Victory Junction, a national charity for children with chronic diseases, and other children’s charities. Sun Valley was the last stop of Day 2 of the 3,500-mile, nine-day cross-country journey that will end in Greensboro, N.C. Motorcyle riders enjoyed a Ketchum street block party with music by local band Straight Up and Yo Mama Productions at Rico’s.

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