Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE​ Foundation

        "The issues we face are not black or white but American.

                           Together we can make a difference. 

                                      There is nothing we can't do"

                                              -Terry Hardy, Founder and CEO

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Bikers are average people that you will find across every spectrum of society.  Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation establishes a platform to move forward their positive efforts to reverse negative  images and trends.  As an organization, we recognized young people need opportunities that showcase their full potential.

How to help

Spread the word.  Connect with Ride for CHANGE Ride for HOPE Foundation though a series of programs, services and events  that encourage a paradigm shift in values and performance.  

Issues and Images

Join with us.  Reconciling issues call for reconciling images placed upon society using people least expected to become engaged on issues important to the community. Together we can demonstrate to the next generation that our generation made sense by putting in place that which was absent.  Collaborate.


Access to Opportunity
Fuel the effort.  Combine resources with us through partnerships, grants, sponsorship, membership and contributions to fund programs that not only impact Chicago, but the nation, and yes, even the world.

Terry Hardy. Founder of World of Soul Motorcycle Community and David Johns, former executive director of the White House Initiative, "Educational Excellence for African-Americans" during his visit to Chicago. [read more]


Latest project

Coalition Building. Collaborating with community organizations, institutions and governmental agencies with the support of elected officials, other foundations and commercial interest to increase the amount of college tours departing Chicago in route to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.


We aim to combine resources to increase the amount of college tours departing Chicago in a manner unprecedented to encourage a paradigm shift on the perceived value of education.

Despite our challenges we have always found ways to move America forward.