Not even last May’s flood could douse the ignition connectors when bikers from across Middle Tennessee gathered this time last year for a charity ride, followed by an all-night blowout of music and food. This year, organizers are expecting more than 300 riders to make the roughly 200-mile round trip to destination Dale Hollow Lake. When they return, sometime around 1 p.m., they’ll be welcomed back with ribs, burgers, chicken and other hearty fare hot off the grill, with music provided by Phoenix Rising, country singer Razzy Bailey (“She Left Love All Over Me”), up-and-comer Stormy Montana, and Southern rocker Baker, who’ll perform songs from his self-titled album. In addition there’ll be raffles and other activities, but don’t let them distract you from the day’s mission: collecting as many nonperishables and canned goods as you can for Second Harvest Food Bank and Feeding America. And don’t feel left out, leadfoot — non-bikers are welcome. The ride is $20; admission to the day’s festivities back at the bar is free. Ride 9 a.m., benefit 12 noon.