WHAT: The fifth annual Harley-Davidson Muscular Dystrophy Association Women's Ride will be in Daytona Beach, Fla., on Tuesday, March 13. Since its inception, the annual ride has raised awareness and more than $179,000 to support MDA Summer Camps and MDA programs around the country.
To be eligible to participate, riders must make a minimum contribution of $25 to MDA by March 13, 2012. Riders who collect more contributions will be eligible for special recognition and prizes. All riders who contribute $600 or more will receive a limited-edition Harley-Davidson MDA Women's Ride sterling silver charm.
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Motorcycle racer and team owner Valerie Thompson has been named the co-recipient of the 2011 American Woman Riders Community Hero Award by the American Woman Riders Association. Thompson's racing accomplishments and community support of the HopeKids children's charity were key criteria for award selection. Read On: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/499/11763/Motorcycle-Article/Valerie-Thompson-Gets-Community-Hero-Award.aspx
MATTOON, Ill. — As a two-time cancer survivor, Junie Rose sees the world in a different way.
And what better way to see things than in the open air of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle long-distance ride, covering territory from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean and beyond?
Twice she's ridden in the organized event called Hoka Hey Challenge, most recently this summer. Her 30-day experience went from Mesa, Ariz., to Cape Brenton, Nova Scotia, Canada.