Pinder Plotkin Presents MotorcycleTalks

We are proud to announce the launch of, a site focused on protecting the rights of motorcycle riders and telling their stories.

We’re honored to kick off the blog series with the story of Chuck Ritz, the Founder of The Hope & Peace Foundation. MotorcycleTalks will share a new story each month penned by Emmy Award Winning and Amazon Best Selling Author, Mark Brodinsky.

Here’s a preview…

Storytelling for Giving: Ride for Good

Whoever thought that two wheels could turn into so much good? But just ask Chuck Ritz and he’ll tell you the reason; riders give.

“People just don’t always see it,” says Chuck. “They see bikers as outlaws, with big bellies and big beards, but what they don’t see is they have even bigger hearts. Motorcyclists and the riding community, they truly want to give back. They not only open their wallets, but they also open their hearts to causes they believe in. I don’t know if anyone has tried to figure out how much money bikers have raised, but it’s probably in the billions.”

Chuck is a Maryland native and for more than 15 years he’s been orchestrating two prominent motorcycle rides which give the riding community a chance to contribute and gives everyone the opportunity to give for good. Chuck’s Hope and Peace foundation has raised thousands to support a myriad of causes, most prominently two rides: one raises funds and to give hope to those facing the pain of child abuse, the other ride to remember all those connected to the 9/11 attacks. Click here to continue reading.

Stay tuned as MotorcycleTalks will be posting new content often including educational blogs and more stories like this one!


The information provided in this website is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject. The information contained in this blog is also subject to change and should not be relied upon. Contact the Pinder Plotkin Legal Team for a FREE consultation.

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