The Worcester County Motorcyclists’ Survivors Fund (WCMSF) in Massachusetts held a screening of Why We Ride to raise funds for their non-profit organization. WCMSF is a 501c3 non-profit organization made up of all volunteers. They also help promote motorcycle safety and awareness.

Deborah Ceccarini, WCMSF president, shared with us some photos and told us about the event. “We rented out a beautiful historic renovated movie theater in Clinton, MA, on a cold March Sunday afternoon to bring pure enjoyment to area bikers. We invited them to see the amazing documentary Why We Ride. This film summarizes perfectly what is in the heart and souls of riders of all ages from west coast to the east.”


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“We thought screening the movie was the perfect fundraiser. The day was very successful …the tearful comments from all leaving the theater were priceless. Everyone was so moved by this film.”

“In conjunction with our fundraising efforts by hosting this film event, we also helped promote Govenor Baker’s campaign proclaiming the last week of March thru April as Massachusetts Motorcycle Awareness Month. All attendees posed in front of the Check Twice signs for a photo shoot and we asked they post on their Facebook page to help spread the message!”

To learn more about the Worcester County Motorcyclists’ Survivors Fund, visit
To book your own screening, click here.


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