Saints & Sinners Angel Run

12th Annual Saints & Sinners Angel Run

Join us for the 12th annual Saints & Sinners Angel Run on Saturday, March 25, 2023. All proceeds benefit Arkansas Children's Hospital.

Registration begins at 8 am at the Arkansas Methodist Medical Center parking lot on Highway 412 in Paragould.

There will be a free breakfast hosted by the Christian Motorcycle Association starting at 7am.

The first bike out is at 9 am and the last bike out is at 11 am. It's a scenic ride through Northeast Arkansas and ends at the event location. The last bike in is 1 pm at the Independents Clubhouse.

Partial funding provided by Paragould A & P commission

Ride Stop Locations

-Registration at AMMC parking lot on Hwy 412
-Stop B:
Jordan's Quick Stop - Lake City - 1405 Ar-18, Lake City, AR
-Stop C: 
Lorado Store - 31 Hwy 168 West, Jonesboro. (Off Highway 141 past Crowley's Ridge Park) 
-Stop D: Ms. Addie's - 12754 US-412, Paragould, AR 
-Stop E: Independents Clubhouse

Come Out and Have Some Fun

Come out and have some fun with a Car & Bike Show, Shop Vendors, and stick around for a live auction. Free Live Music throughout the day Headlined by Black Stone Cherry!

Book Your Rooms

Quality Inn is located off Highways 49 and 412. It's located just 5 minutes from Paragould’s historic downtown, and close to Reynolds Park Lake. It has all the amenities you'll need at an affordable rate.

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We've got various room sizes with all the amenities no matter what you're looking for in Paragould, AR. We are equipped with free parking, breakfast, WiFi and more! Come book with us by clicking on the link below.

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Hampton Inn

Located right on Highway 49, next to Paragould Medical Park and 20 minutes from Arkansas State University. We provide free, hot breakfast and complimentary WiFi. We are conveniently located near all that you'll need for your stay in Paragould, AR.

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About Us

The Saints and Sinners Angel Run started in 2010, when a Paragould girl was sent to Arkansas Children’s Hospital after having a stroke.

Several members of the club knew her family and wanted to help raise money for Hope Espinoza and her medical bills.

The next year, it was decided to make this an annual event to help raise money for Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Our motto for the event is “it’s all about Hope”, to honor Hope Espinoza and to stress the importance that we are trying to give hope back to the community that needs Arkansas Children’s Hospital.