Please join Brian's Harley-Davidson and Bucks County H.O.G. (Harley Owners Group) for our 6th Annual Pink Your Ride Show More...for MIA
(Motorcyclists Increasing Awareness of breast cancer), a family-friendly event/fundraiser and police-escorted ride through Bucks County celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the local community, donating all proceeds to St. Mary Breast Center in Langhorne, PA. Event: 6th Annual Pink Your Ride for MIADate:
Saturday, October 21, 2017Start/Registration Location:
St. Mary Medical Center, 1201 Newtown-Langhorne Rd., Langhorne, PA.Registration:
8:30-10:30 AM KSU (Kickstands Up):
$25 per person; includes a buffet lunch, prizes and a DJ (back at Brian's Harley-Davidson) Final Destination:
Brian's Harley-Davidson, 600 S. Flowers Mill Rd., Langhorne, PA
All motorcyclists/brands/bikers will be welcomed and are encouraged to safely
decorate themselves and their bikes in pink
. Plus, prizes will be given out to the Best Dressed in Pink (male and female) and the Best Motorcycle Decorated in Pink. We're not kidding. At last year's Annual Pink Your Ride for MIA, Jim H., pictured at right, won first place for Best Decorated Motorcycle...covered in pink
fur-like material with a huge pink
M&M as his passenger!
For 2017, we will meet/register at St. Mary Breast Center and after the ride, end at Brian's Harley-Davidson. It's quite an awesome site to see 100+ bikes parading about Bucks County -- all in pink
-- and definitely draws attention to help create awareness for breast cancer.
For social media buffs, please tell your family and friends, and follow us on our Facebook group page
or check out our Facebook event page
.Background/How This Event Started:
Bucks County H.O.G. members/sisters, Jacky Kauffman and Terry Bingert, started the Annual Pink Your Ride MIA
in memory of their younger sister, Maria (nicknamed Mia), who lost her battle with breast cancer. Since its inception six years ago, Pink Your Ride MIA has grown and branched out to other motorcycle groups around the U.S., who also donate to their local breast cancer health center.