Bikers Adult Rally (Oct 17 – 20, 2013) is an all weather, 21 and over motorcycle event geared towards motorcycle enthusiasts of all makes and models. Valid ID is required at the gate. The 2013 rallies will be held at the Orchard Trails Resort located at: 3086 FM 1395 Wills Point Texas 75169. We have RV sites with electric, water and sewer and self-contained RV spaces available and an all NEW Self-Contained GAUNTLET! We also have cabins and electric and water tent sites for rent. We offer free BIKE ride in tent camping. The facility has air conditioned indoor restrooms, on-site shower facilities, laundry room, in-ground pool, hot tub, covered patio, air-conditioned clubhouse and much more.
We also have a Bike Show, Saturday Benefit Run, Live Bands, Bikini Bike Wash, Celebrity Bike Builders, CMA Church Services on Sunday, Bike Games, Bike Blessing and CMA hospitality tent with hot coffee and cold water, Golf Cart Games, Lots of Vendors, Bikini Contest, Wet T-shirt Contest, Naughty Nighty Contest and so much more. Be sure to stop by the “Official BAR Merchandise” booth for your 2013 rally t-shirts and more. Price of admission includes all events, concerts and attractions. B.A.R. None, The Best Rally In Texas where you can Expect The Unexpected.
For More information visit www.BikersAdultRally.com
Bikers Gear Up for Stronger, Healthier Babies
WHAT: Bikers for Babies® is a 60-mile motorcycle ride that raises funds to support the March of Dimes® mission to improve the health of babies. Riders enjoy a great ride knowing that their money is used to fund research and programs that help moms have full-term pregnancies and babies begin healthy lives.
WHEN: Sunday, November 11, 2012 (10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.)
WHERE: F. Burton Smith Pavilion on Hwy. 520, Cocoa, FL
HOW: Go to www.bikersforbabies.org/spacecoast to register.
WHY: Premature birth is the most serious infant health problem in the United States today. It affects more than half a million babies each year nationwide and 1 in 8 babies in Brevard County. Babies born too soon are more likely to die or have lifelong disabilities. The March of Dimes is committed to reducing this toll by funding research to find the causes of premature birth and providing comfort and information to families. The Healthy Babies Healthy Business® Program was developed by the March of Dimes to assist organizations in reaching out to employees in their childbearing years to provide timely wellness information related to having healthy pregnancies and one of many programs that are funded through your support.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Alexandria Michaud – Community Director
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Motorcycle Ride for Dad
June 9, 2012
Prostate cancer affects hundreds of thousands of men and their families every year. Almost a quarter million men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, while almost 30,000 will die each year. The statistics are staggering, and have brought to light the need to do something about the research and treatment for those affected with this deadly cancer.
That’s why Garry Janz and Byron Smith have teamed together to help the fight against prostate cancer. These two organized the very first Motorcycle Ride for Dad event in 2000, rallying approximately 80 motorcyclists and raising over $20,000 for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Center in Canada.
Since then, the ride has become an annual event, taking places in various locations of Canada and benefiting local communities in their fight against prostate cancer. On Saturday, June 9th, the Edmonton chapter will be riding to raise funds, with the hope of hitting the $300,000 milestone with over 1500 expected motorcyclists. In five years, the Motorcycle Ride for Dad has earned over $1 million for research, education, and awareness of prostate cancer, thanks to the participants and donors that continue to keep the ride alive.
If you are interested in riding in the next Motorcycle Ride for Dad event in Edmonton, visit the website at www.motorcycleridefordad.org/chapters/edmonton today for early registration, or register the morning of the event between 7:30am and 9:45am.