Oakville riders invited to put their kickstands up for a cause

July 7, 2018 by  

Every year, SickKids hospital helps ill and injured children from all over the globe, and Oakville has been offered an opportunity to support its efforts and have a fun doing so.

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Ride for SickKids, and all local motorcycle enthusiasts have been asked to join in the occasion. Both breakfast and lunch will be provided, and the group will have a police escort to accompany them along the route.

The day will kick off with registration and breakfast at Policaro Harley Davidson, where the participants will be treated to a light breakfast. Once everyone is ready, they will set out for a ride to Halton Hills’s Prospect Park. Lunch will be provided courtesy of Shoeless Joe’s, and there will be lots of time to socialize and have fun.

To thank the riders for their support, the organizers of the activity will present each participant with a custom designed T-shirt and bag of swag. A printer’s graphic design department will be able provide items such as these that have been personalized to the specifications of the planners of an event like this.

This opportunity for local riders to enjoy a day of fun and fellowship while helping kids has been organized for August 18, and it will be held at 191 Wyecroft Road in Oakville. Registration is scheduled to begin at 8:00 am.