The all-day event included the ride, sponsored by Diverse Power, hamburger plates, children’s games, a silent auction and a raffle, raising about $3,800 for the family, said organizer Jennifer Jones-Whitley.
Massie was seriously injured Oct. 8 when a 17-year-old drove too fast into a sharp curve and his car crossed the center line. Massie’s injuries included a nearly severed right foot, torn ligaments in the left knee, several cracked ribs, bleeding in the brain and other internal injuries.
“It was great to see Rick and his family out there. When all the bikes came up you could see how touched they were. It was a nice moment,” said Jones-Whitley, a West Point police officer and Massie’s cousin.
Also, LaGrange Shrine Club donated funds for the materials to build a wheelchair ramp at Massie’s home.