|Posted on Thursday, May 06, 2010 - 09:20 am: ||
Anyone else attending?
I will be there with my 1125, and hope to bring the IFM Racing Team Challenge XB bike.
Being run by MotoVid and Wisconsin Sportbikes proceeds going to American Cancer Society.
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May 3 - Blackhawk Farms Raceway, Wisconsinsportbikes.net and Motovid.com have teamed up to deliver a special All Levels Motorcycle Track Day event Sat. May 8th to benefit The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
"WisconsinSportBikes.net, home of WSB Racing, has taken on raising as much money as possible for breast cancer research, via their Making Strides against Breast Cancer team that started in December of 2009 with it's kickoff event for 2010 which raised $1700 dollars." states WSB co-owner, Lisa Lilly. Her husband and WSB co-owner Jim Lilly adds, "With such a devastating disease that will touch each and every one of us in some way, it is imperative that we do all that we can to help, and combining our sport with such a great cause is one of the most rewarding feelings we have ever had, and we want to keep that ball rolling! We are very fortunate to be working with Motovid.com and Blackhawk Farms Raceway to be able to achieve this."
"Join us for a wonderful day at the track for a good cause, and then stick around for food, beer, drinks donated by Blackhawk Farms Raceway and Motovid.com with a private acoustic concert by Mike Stone of Speed-X, formerly of Queensryche." states Kathleen Casey, Track Coordinator. Casey went further to add, "We will hold a special auction that includes track days, rider clinics, bake sales and other donated items with proceeds going to The American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer."
|Posted on Thursday, May 06, 2010 - 10:45 am: ||
nope, gotta work, then my youngest sisters graduation party...
wouldnt mind making it. been awhile since ive given mike a hard time to, lol