Ride for Kids Sunday October 2nd

Group rides, clinics, and charity rides.
Roll out with a valid motorcycle license, insurance, and current registration. Curve Unit will not be held responsible for mishaps that result in personal injury or property damage. Motorcycle riding is inherently dangerous, so you ride at your own risk.

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Motomom
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Ride for Kids Sunday October 2nd

#1 Post by Motomom » Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:54 pm

It's that time of year again.... Ride for Kids :auto-sportbike:

Please join us to support and raise money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Curve Unit has had a special place in our hearts since our beginning!! :romance-grouphug:

Meet us at Starbucks, 4490 Central Way in Fairfield (Cordelia) at 8am, KSU 8:30am

We will roll in together to the event held at:
Solano Community College, 4000 Suisun Valley Rd in Fairfield.

There will be donuts and fruit with coffee and water during Registration.

Ride leaves the college at 10am to travel through the vineyards, up to Lake Berryessa, back through the country roads of Vacaville, and to the college to a Dickey's BBQ lunch ending with a Celebration of Life.

Remember that THE most amazing part of this ride, is the Stars!! They and their family get to ride with us!!

Below is the some of the Stars from the 2015 Ride
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Tina....

Settle for nothing, Strive for everything!!

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Re: Ride for Kids Sunday October 2nd

#2 Post by chiconaduc » Mon Sep 26, 2016 4:04 pm

Looking forward to it!
Wren
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Re: Ride for Kids Sunday October 2nd

#3 Post by Motominx » Tue Sep 27, 2016 8:16 am

Happy to participate again!
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