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2009 Motorcycle Ride For Dad - Windsor




Motorcycle Ride / Cruise


WINDSOR MOTORCYCLE RIDE FOR DAD
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Ride departs 10:00 a.m. sharp from Festival Plaza (Ouellette at Riverside Dr.)
Ride finishes approximately 2:30 p.m. - Ciociaro Club
-- lunch, prizes & announcements --

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Registration is $25 per person. However, its FREE to anyone who brings in $100 or more in pledges.

Pre-Registration:
Saturday, May 30 - 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Rack N Roll Club
3087 Forest Glade Drive, Windsor (519) 979-0813
Early Registration Rider packages and Merchandise Sales onsite.

Ride Day Registration:
Sunday, May 31 - 7:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Festival Plaza (Ouellette at Riverside Dr.)


Almost every adult in Canada will be touched by this disease in one way or another. It is estimated that there are over 1 million cases of Prostate cancer in Canada. However, only 20% of the cases have been diagnosed while the remaining 80% have not been detected. This is why the Motorcycle Ride for Dad needs your support. Through extensive media exposure, we can educate the community about Prostate Cancer AND we raise money that goes directly to Prostate Cancer Research.

EVEN IF YOU CANT ATTEND, PLEASE FORWARD THIS INVITE TO ANYONE YOU THINK WOULD BE INTERESTED!!!!!! Thank you

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When Sunday, May 31, 2009
Where Festival Plaza (Ouellette at Riverside Dr.)

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Festival Plaza (Ouellette at Riverside Dr.)
WINDSOR, ON
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Latitude: N 42' 16.3299
Longitude: W 83' 0.1688
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Jun 1, '09
12:00 AM
Click to preview Rumblin' for a cause - bikers raise $70K

WINDSOR, Ont. -- The fight against prostate cancer is $70,000 richer after a record 950 bikers took part Sunday in the fifth Windsor Motorcycle Ride for Dad.

“It’s an absolutely great feeling,” ride chairman Frank Bauer said of the proceeds and of being the lead driver of a two-kilometre, double-row of motorbikes that roared through the city and then across the county and back.

It took 20 minutes for the thunderous gathering of chrome and leather to clear out of the Devonshire Mall parking lot. The predominant high-ccm Harley Davidsons were interspersed with the odd Triumph, Ducati, BSA and BMW, Indian, Victory, an assortment of Japanese makes and even a couple of high-gloss, super-special customized editions with fat slicks and long forks. There were trikes and sidecars, and passengers included kids and dogs.

In addition to participating in Sunday’s ride, fellow bikers Campy, 64, and Dale Laporte, 46, have a lot of things in common.

Both have dads who underwent surgery for prostate cancer, both ride Harleys, both wear leather jackets emblazoned with “Jesus is Lord,” and both, as born-again Christian members of the Heaven’s Saints Motorcycle Ministry, visit the local jail to spread their faith message to inmates.

A big difference, however, is that Campy — who says everyone knows him simply by that name — gets regular screenings for prostate cancer, while Laporte, ignoring his own family history, has yet to undergo the relatively simple, yet invasive, procedure.

“Oh yeah, I will,” says Laporte before saddling up.

To underscore the need, Bauer, before wishing all participants a good ride on a glorious sunny day, emphasized what the predominantly male ridership needs to do.

“The message here is get to your doctor. It’s time to stop being proud — it’s quick and painless,” said Bauer of the test. Before the order went out to “start your engines,” the bikers were reminded that for every male whose prostate cancer is detected, “four more are walking around who don’t know they have it.”

Ride volunteer Jeff Clark, 38, of Stoney Point, said he’s “one of the lucky ones” after his advanced prostate cancer was diagnosed and then attacked with radiation treatment. His experience began with pains while urinating, increased frequency in the need to go, then having a hard time going.

Over the course of his treatment in London, Clark said he was always tired and that he was too sick to work at his job as a mechanic. His hair fell out.

“I’m fine now,” he said, adding he still has to take a $35 PSA test — he’s paid for 11 in total — every six months.

The Windsor rides have raised almost $300,000 over the past five years though pledges made to riders, with all the proceeds going toward prostate cancer research and education. Twenty cities across Canada now host the rides, which have generated more than $3.5 million over the past nine years.

Prostate cancer hits men mostly over the age of 40 and is the second-leading cause of cancer death among men in Canada. Most cases, however, can be successfully dealt with if detected early enough.
George
May 30, '09
4:04 AM
event details have changed!! please note
George
May 27, '09
5:00 PM
**** NEW STARTING LOCATION ****
Ride parade will depart from DEVONSHIRE MALL PARKING LOT (south end near the Keg). All other stops and times remain the same as previously announced. A new map and further details will be posted mid-day on Wednesday here and on motorcycleridefordad.org/win.
George
May 27, '09
4:52 PM
Click to preview Strike changes motorcycle ride's plans
http://www.windsorstar.com/Cars/Strike+changes+motorcycle+ride+plans/1636036/story.html


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