Circle For Life


Donate Life: Register as an Organ, Tisue and Eye Donor

The Circle For Life Mission Statement: To bring together motorcycling enthusiast of all kinds to ride as a group around the Loop, and to foster awareness, for the benefit of everyone requiring donated organs and tissue.



What is this event?

The Circle for Life is a motorcycle rally open to individuals and clubs. We ride to raise awareness about organ, eye and tissue donation registration at

Why is this important?

There is a critical shortage or organs, tissues and eyes available for donation. More than 123,000 patients are awaiting a life-saving transplant – more than 13,000 are Texans.

Where do we ride?

The ride leaves Javelina Harley-Davidson in the Hill Country and will go down the Fiesta parade route ending at historic Market Square.

How far is the ride?
The ride is approximately 64 miles.

Do we ride in a group?

Yes, we ride together, escorted by local Police Departments.

How do I register for the ride?
Click the registration button on any page in this website.

Do I have to be an organ, eye and tissue donor to ride?
No, anyone can join the ride.

When I register for the ride, am I registering as an organ, eye and tissue donor?
No, but you can register as an organ, eye and tissue donor at the Circle For Life celebration, or register on-line.

How long does the ride take?
The ride is approximately 1½ hour long.

Can I have a passenger?

Yes. Passenger registration is optional, but if you want an extra Circle For Life t-shirt and entrance to Garage Party, you need to register each individual.

Can my motorcycle club participate?
Absolutely. Wear your colors, ride as a group. We love to have you represented. Each rider needs to register individually, and you are responsible for finding each other at the start in Boerne.

What happens in the case of inclement weather on the day of the ride?
We will ride out rain or shine. The ride will only be canceled if the weather is severe enough to cancel San Antonio's annual Fiesta celebration.