Upcoming Events


Saturday, September 17th

The tribute ride will start from Post 10 Albany and take 2-3 hours, allowing for stops and fuel. Ride Captain, Chuck Zeitler had mapped a “Covered Bridge" route for this year's tribute ride. Registration will open at 0800 and close at 1000. Breakfast will be available at the Post from 0830 - 1100. The Ride will start at 1100.

Nomination Form click here - They need to be in by September 1st!



June 12-14 2020 the Ride For The Alive tribute ride will be from Albany Post 10 to Coos Bay/North Bend Post 34. More details to follow.

RIDE FOR THE ALIVE 2017 - June 17, 2017

The route for this year will take us from Albany West to Waldport then up the coast to return through Philomath and back to Post 10 for dinner and the awards ceremony. All veterans are encouraged to nominate and recognize a veteran who has continued to go beyond the call to support and serve his/her fellow veterans. More information and details will be posted in the coming months. Mark your calendar and start thinking about your 2017 Ride for the Alive nominee



The Ride for the Alive will be held on Saturday, June 18th, starting at Post 10. Registration will be from 7am until 9am. There will be a buffet breakfast from 8-11, all you can eat for $8. KSU 09:00. The route will go East to Clear Lake Resort and back to Post 10. It will be approx 175 miles with multiple stops for fuel, and breaks. Registration is $30 per vehicle (all wheels invited), which includes one (1) dinner ticket. Additional dinner tickets are available for $15. Dinner will be catered by Oregon BBQ. Following dinner there will be a short ceremony to honor those veterans that have been nominated and drawings for the auction items collected. All of the proceeds from this event will go to cover the costs associated with the event (food, supplies, plaques), and any remaining funds will be held to fund next year's event. Registration form, Nomination form, and flyer are available to download at the bottom of this page.


Saturday, September 26, 2015 starting at Post 180 in Milwaukie will be the start of the 2nd Annual Ride for the Alive. Join us to honor our veterans who continue to go "above and beyond" for their fellow veterans.


August 22, 2015 - NW Legacy Run

The 1st Annual NW Legacy Run will start at American Legion Post 16, Roseburg at 10 am and route NW to Reedsport, down to the Mill Casino for a lunch break. From N. Bend the route will go S. to Bandon and then turn NE to end in Cayonville at 7 Feathers Casino around 5 pm. The Post will be having a $5 breakfast from 8 am to 10 am. Registration is $30 per vehicle (not restricted to motorcycles). This is also a Yahtzee run. Games are $5 each or $25 per card (6 games). There will be four (4) chances to roll the highest or lowest score. The highest score from all of the cards will win $50. The lowest score from all of the cards will win $25. One roll per stop, per paid game. For more information or to help sponsor or make donations, please contact Penny McCarthy, Secretary at alrpost10oregon@gmail.com or call (541) 510-7584.


August 30, 2014


June 2-11, 2014 ALR WESTERN ROMP

The Legion Riders made their first ALR Western Romp to Livingston, Montana. It was a long trip but other than Charlie's bike mishap, it was a good one. It was a good opportunity to meet some of the other riders from the Western States. The next Romp will be held in Arizona.

July 10-13 the Legion Riders will be participating in the Wellness Summit and Veterans Pow Wow at Grand Ronde. Both of these events are open to all veterans.

August 30 the Legion Riders will be riding to honor veterans who have served their country with honor and continue to serve our veterans, above and beyond the call. The ride will start at Post 180 in Milwaukee and end at Post 99 in Seaside. We need to show our veterans that we care about them while they are still here with us to appreciate it. Please join us. You don't have to ride a motorcycle to go on this ride!

Look for the Legion Riders in the Albany Veterans Parade this November!

We are also collecting cans and bottles for recycling which will go into our general fund for our Easter & Christmas visits to the local veterans and to other community projects we have planned for this year.