FOR RIDERS, START TIME: 2:45 for a 3 pm Roll-out for a 6 mile ride to the Memorial tree/Ghost Bike from Green Oak Village Place (JcPenney)

DISTANCE: 6 Mile or 12 Mile (Your choice) Slow roll

RIDE TO or MEET AT THE MEMORIAL TREE/GHOST BIKE (Entrance to Kent lake beach in Island lake State Park) 3:45 for words from the family and a moment of silence. 

WALKERS Meet at the Memorial tree/Ghost bike 3:45 Memorial walk will follow moment of silence

This event is a fundraiser supporting safe mobility in Livingston County.
You can show your support by


Donating to the Horal Family Foundation GO FUND ME

Purchasing a RAFFLE TICKET 

Purchasing an EVENT T-SHIRT at Hometown Bicycles
(100% of the sale goes to the Horal Family Foundation)

Cyclists and mobility participants, please join the Daniel J. Horal Family Foundation on Sunday, May 1, 2022 at 3 PM for the 4th Annual Do It For Dan (DIFD) Memorial Ride.This week marks the three year anniversary of Dan’s tragic death. He set out on the afternoon of April 24th to enjoy a bicycle ride in Island Lake State Park. A ride he enjoyed doing several days a week. Nobody expected the tragedy that would follow. Time has passed, but the memories do not fade.

Please join us this Sunday for the 4th annual Do It For Dan Memorial Ride. Covid has impacted the group ride format for the past couple of years, but this year we’re riding together! We are meeting in the JC Penney Green Oak Mall parking lot at 3:00 pm. We will enter Island Lake State Park from there and ride as a group. As always, there will be a gathering (water break) at “the tree”.

We are making great progress in the fight to end distracted driving and make safety for bicyclists, runners, walkers, etc. a top priority. Please show your support in whatever way you can. Gone but not forgotten… do it for Dan!

This year’s ride will start at JC Penney at Green Oak Village Place and proceed to Island Lake. For more information, visit the event page HERE. Donations may be made HERE.Go-Liv-Co

Go-Liv-Co promotes and encourages active mobility in Livingston County via the implementation of Complete Streets and Trails that allow people to safely walk, run, bike or wheel regardless of age or ability.

Take a moment to like/follow the Go-Liv-Co Facebook page, which is the Livingston County Non-Motorized Advisory Committee. Show your support and become informed about advocacy efforts in our area.

To learn more and to get involved, contact Craig Wood at cwcraigwood@gmail.com.