RE/MAX Hall of Famer Bruce Johnson and his daughter Holly embarked Aug. 1 on a 17,400-mile motorcycle journey spanning two continents dubbed “Motorcycle for Miracles” to raise funds and awareness for the Children’s Miracle Network. Their trek began on the shores of the Arctic Ocean; they expect to reach the southern tip of South America six months after starting out.
We invite you to follow along as ABOVE chronicles their experiences, highlighted by the support of the RE/MAX offices and Associates the Johnsons meet along the way – “the RE/MAX family,” as Bruce puts it.
Bruce Johnson is a longtime Associate with RE/MAX of Wasaga Beach in Wasaga Beach, Ontario. To be sure, he and Holly are road-tested. The father-daughter team first under took a long-distance motorcycle trek in 2013, hoping to raise $25,000 for Children’s Miracle Network.
They’ve done that and more. After their journey in 2013, another trek followed in 2016 – this time across Canada. To date, the Johnsons have raised more than $430,000 for CMN. Donations are routed by postal code, so contributions made by RE/MAX Associates and supporters benefit their own local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital.
The yellow markers will indicate the stops along their route.
ABOVE will be following Bruce and Holly as they travel from the Arctic to South America.
Click the yellow marker to view photos, videos and more from their destinations!
Learn more about what agents are doing to support CMN Hospitals and find ways to get involved on the Month of Miracles Hub.
We are proud to present the profiles of those who have earned the Motorcycle for Miracles Champion Agent designation.
RE/MAX Hall of Famer Bruce Johnson and his daughter Holly are about to embark on a 17,400-mile motorcycle journey dubbed “Motorcycle for Miracles”.
Read more about where it all began... a Hall of Famer raises $25,000 for Children’s Miracle Network.