The American Legion Legacy Run 2014


Principal Dates:

Saturday, Aug. 16, 2014 -- All day Rider registration and training, Post 64, Indianapolis, Indiana. Don't miss the evening banquet with the national commander.

Sunday, Aug. 17 -- Kick Stands UP and depart Indianapolis at 8:00 a.m. for the 1,200-1,400 mile journey through six southern states.  Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and South Carolina.  1,350 miles and shorter legs! 

Thursday, Aug. 21 -- Arrival mid-afternoon in Charlotte, NC -area American Legion post selected by the NC ALR program.

(Legacy Run ends and Riders are released after arrival on Thursday--but stick around for the National Convention activities later in the week!)  NC ALR plans to host short rides to area National Parks, and even a day trip on Saturday, Aug 23 to Tail of The Dragon on the southern border of the Great Smokies.

Friday-Saturday, August 22-23 -- The American Legion National Convention Riders Meeting (all invited), and runs and relaxing events with the NC ALR, including planned rides and area American Legion posts.

Sunday, August 24 -- The American Legion National Convention Parade (the Legion Riders lead the parade each year with flags flying).

Friday, Aug. 22-Thursday, Aug. 28 -- The American Legion Family Conventions (TAL, SAL, and AUX) at the Charlotte Convention Center.

Start time: 
8:00 am
Time zone: 
EST (Eastern Standard Time)
Contact name: 
Bill Sloan
Contact phone: 
(317) 630-1265
Contact email:
Web site:
American Legion Legacy Run planning team
Original uid: 
Start Date: 
Sunday, August 17, 2014 - 10:45am
End Date: 
Thursday, August 21, 2014 - 11:00am


Dave Schoononer

January 14, 2014 - 12:14pm

The Kansas crew is ready to rock and roll!


March 26, 2014 - 1:51pm

Great assistance this year so we're 6 weeks or so ahead of schedule. Route plan and lodging information posted by the end of April. For the first time, we're getting advice from local ALR chapters along the route--and getting great input, too.

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