After riding in the rain all day through South Dakota, it finally let up long enough for a group photo in front of the Corn Palace.
Brian goes LIVE with Klock Werks as the 225 riders are escorted in.
Rain-soaked riders on Main Street in Mitchell.
Riders parked on 6th next to the Corn Palace to take a group photo.
The mood was excited and pleasant! Welcome to Mitchell!
What a great group of riders supporting an even great effort - Victory Junction. Read more at kylepettycharityride.com
Richard Petty greets his fans and lines up for a photo.
Riders walk to the front of the Corn Palace for their first group photo on Day 5.
Lining up over 200+ riders was a breeze! They were well-coordinated and in good spirits.
Richard Petty surveys the group and final adjustments are made.
Find the middle, Kyle! That's your spot.
Zoomed in on the Petty family and Brian Klock, with Vanessa Nay.
Kyle, Cornelius, and Richard.
You can't stop at the Corn Palace without getting a shot with Cornelius!
A fan wants a picture of The King under the mural of The King.
A hearty welcome!
The King & The King.
Kyle prepared to lead the group out to the Highland Conference Center for a meal and a meet-and-greet.
Kyle thanks the City of Mitchell for a warm welcome. What a turnout!
Kyle Petty is given the key to the city, and May 17th is officially named Kyle Petty Charity Ride Day by Mayor Toomey.
Dozens of Flare™ Windshields were seen in the Highland parking lot!
Riders gather around the Coke truck for the morning briefing.
Riders prepare for a cold ride to Minneapolis on Day 6 of the ride.
Photos of selfies! Help us identify these women!
Dr. Damaris, a pediatric cardiologist, has a Flare Windshield installed by the Klock Krew before leaving Mitchell.
Brian Klock and Dan Cheeseman share an embrace before the riders leave Mitchell on Day 6.
All packed up and ready to go - Brian and Vanessa hit the road.
Always time for a selfie with Gene!
What a pleasure to host the riders!