Second Annual Children’s Miracle Network Bike Ride 

Several bikers turned out in Hermon today, to rev their engines.Doing their part to help raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network.Meghan Hayward has the story.Motorcycles lined the parking lot at Dysarts in Hermon Saturday morning.With the bikers taking the road for a good cause.The second annual Children’s Miracle Network ride.Organizer Bill Goodman says he thinks the fundraiser will be a huge success.” Hoping to double our riders and attendance from last year.”Goodman says he is happy to help a cause like the Children’s Miracle Network.” I think everything we do here today not only shows support but raises some really important funding they need.”Brandon Morris is just one local child that the Children’s Miracle Network has helped.” By giving my surgery and giving me chemotherapy and everything.”Brandon came out to see the bikers off.He was impressed with all the bikes.” Really nice, their colors are awesome and I want to see them again.”Jonathan Mullis is another child CMN has helped.He was at the event tooAnd was quite surprised with the number of bikes.” There’s a lot of them.”Director of CMN Josh Scroggins says words can not describe how important an event like this is for CMN.” Seeing hundreds of motorcyclists out here today coming forward to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network and raise more awareness about what we do, pediatric healthcare throughout Eastern, Northern and Central Maine is just really amazing.”From Hermon the bikers were heading to Route Nine all the way to Cherryfield and then back.Covering close to 160 miles.