Real Bikers Wear Pink Motorcycle Ride for Breast Cancer Research

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Event Details

Real Bikers Wear Pink will host the annual ride on Sunday, July 21, 2013. Registration/check-in will begin at 8am. Come and enjoy a pink pancake breakfast from Chris Cakes! Then, the ride will leave from the parking lot of Sam's Club in Overland Park, on 135th Street, 2 blocks west of 69 Highway at 9am. The route is approximately 100 scenic miles through Johnson County and a little piece of northern Miami County - all in Kansas. There are gas stations along the way and we've incorporated some of the most interesting roads in the area. T.A.P.S. of KC will be providing an escort all the way! We''ll also be stopping mid-ride to enjoy a break. The ride will end in southern Johnson County. Then kick back, enjoy some lunch, great companionship and great raffle prizes! Your registration donation of $30 also gets you a very collectible, commemorative Real Bikers Wear Pink T-shirt. Once again this year, there will be ride patches (while supplies last) thanks to Absolute Awards! While breast cancer is more prevalent in females, it is an "equal opportunity" disease - and so is this ride. So, Ladies and Gentlemen, please join us for our seventh ride this summer.

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Real Bikers Wear Pink Motorcycle Ride for Breast Cancer Research

Address : 8300 W. 135th St., Overland Park, KS 66213 Ottawa KS
Phone : (913) 488-1466   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $30 suggested donation for rider or passenger

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