Motorcyclists invited to hit the road for a cause

May 2, 2017 by  

Prostate cancer is one of the commonest forms of cancer among Canadian men, and Vancouver bikers will have a chance to ride their bikes to make a difference.

The Westcoast Motorcycle Ride will see bikers from all across the region taking part. According to the organizers, they will gather together at Vancouver’s Trev Deeley’s before heading out for the run, which will last for two hours and travel through some of the province’s most scenic areas. After that, all the riders will join together for a post-ride celebration.

At the conclusion of the ride, there will be a car show and shine, as well as a barbecue luncheon and live music. Everyone, whether they ride or not, is invited to come and join in the fun. The funds that are raised through the day’s activities will be used to help support research into prostate cancer and also provide mentorship and other resources that help those who are currently fighting this disease. A printer that crafts corporate gifts will be able to custom design special certificates of thanks that can be given to each person who lends their support to a function such as this

The Westcoast Motorcycle Ride to Live will be held on May 28th and all area people who have a motorcycle are invited to hit the road and make a difference. Additional details can be found on the event’s website.