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Motorcycles, Country Music, and Vegan Jerky

Written by PETA | October 25, 2011

Motorcycle engines roaring, 2,000 bikers gathered to show off their rides, listen to country music … and chow down on some vegan “beef” jerky at the annual Love Ride in California on Sunday. PETA’s two sexy Lettuce Ladies could barely keep up with the demand as they handed out pieces of Primal Strips jerky and PETA’s vegetarian/vegan starter kits.

In addition to coming back for second helpings of delicious vegan jerky, Love Ride attendees were hungry for information about improving their own health and preventing cruelty to animals by adopting a plant-based diet. Don’t be left in the dust: Check out our free guide to adopting a vegan diet today!


Written by Heather Faraid Drennan

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  • my 2 cents says:

    the way i see it, the lettuces, cabbage and other vegetables are all living organisms just like cows, pigs and orcas, the plants have to die for your vegetarianism the same as an animal so y not just eat as nature intended, humans are omnivores meaning we are designed to need both meat and plants in order to get all our required nutrients, by being a vegetarian or a vegan by choice (i understand there are some medical issues that cause people to have difficulty or an inability to digest meats) u are going against nature

  • Rev. Meg says:

    These two organizations should ALWAYS send representatives to the Love Ride: PETA and MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers). As a minister to bikers, I have been to Love Rides where the water and soda ran out by twelve noon but the booze river flowed undammed all day. It’s a frightening sight to see drunk bikers stagger to the parking lot at the end of the festivities, knowing that very shortly they will be sharing the road with you. Also, along with the Lettuce Ladies, next time you should send some motorcycle riding reps wearing some great looking non-leather safety gear (not pleather…pleather does not protect a biker’s skin in an accident).