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King’s Riders – Fly Like An Eagle

There is a special brotherhood between bikers — even strangers passing each other on the road.


At Trinity, we’re called the King’s Riders – a free-spirited bunch of both men and women who love God and love to ride out together through the beautiful Oregon countryside.


An annual King’s Riders tradition — dozen of bikes greet you when you arrive for Easter Sunday worship.


Brave souls – “Rain o’ Shiners!  Don emptying a helmet full of rainwater before continuing the ride.

We have so many fun, bigger-than-life personalities of both genders as part of the group.

Congrats to the newlyweds Veta & Michael.

We usually end up at some special destination where we can catch up over a cold brew & tasty burger.


Stan Johnston Memorial Toy Run – Each year bikers come from near bearing Christmas gifts for tiny tots. There’s nothing quite like 250 motorcycles rumbling down Main St. in downtown Hillsboro. Motorcycle police escort the parade and leap frog ahead each block to stop traffic.  Always a fun time!


Surprise Party!

 Ride to McMenamin’s Oregon Hotel in McMinnville.


Another King’s Riders tradition. Each year we pray a blessing over the Youth Mission Team and provide a roaring motorcycle escort out of town to send them on their way.

Bruce Rumsch, King’s Rider Chaplain