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1st Annual Poobunny Ride

Event Date/Time

Oct 12, 2013
11:00 am until 6:00 pm


On Saturday, October 12, 2013, at 11am about 200 bikers will be revving up their engines in support of Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation.

         The departure point is Renegade Classics, a motorcycle gear shop at 6758 Folsom Boulevard. Their destination is Paschke Ranch in Woodland. (36047 County Road 25)

         This ride, which is open to all cyclists (and autos), was created by Dotie Dollson. who was looking for a way to memorialize her niece, Adele Mott. Nicknamed Poobunny, Adele lost her battle with breast cancer in 2010.

Riders will be treated to a catered lunch, a raffle, live music by blues-rock favorite, “Neckbone” and various vendors selling their wares.

Registration is from 8 to 10:30am…kickstands up at 11am.

$25 donation includes a ride pin, t-shirt, catered lunch and raffle ticket.  (T-shirts while supplies last)

Pre-register at eventbrite.com  (Event title -- 1st Annual Poobunny Ride)

Albie Aware was launched in 2004 to fill a need…a gap, if you will, in our health care system. Simply put, standard tests may not detect breast cancer and prescribing more thorough, expensive diagnostic tests is often not medical protocol, not covered by insurance, and can be cost prohibitive to many patients, putting far too many at risk.

Simply put, we raise money to assist people facing a breast cancer diagnosis and we educate the community on minimizing risks.

Cost $25

Renegade Classice
6758 Folsom Boulevard
Sacramento, CA
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Additional Information
SponsorAlbie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation
Contact nameCindy Love
Contact emailcplove@sbcglobal.net

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