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Rumble the Road for Muscular Dystrophy
August 15, 2015 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm$20
That Rumble you hear, it isn’t Thunder!
Riders participating in the 3rd Annual Rumble the Road motorcycle rally will be roaring into Morden on Saturday, August 15th to cool their jets and have a bite to eat. The event, in support of the Southern Manitoba Chapter of Muscular Dystrophy Canada, will provide funds and programming to local individuals affected by neuromuscular disorders.
Riders will begin the rally at either the Tim Horton’s Parking lot, 141 Hwy 12 North in Steinbach or at the 1377 Niakwa Rd E Harley Davidson in Winnipeg and make their way south to the BBQ in Morden that will begin at 1 p.m. at Gas Light Harley Davidson. The Winnipeg group will be making one pit-stop at the Carman Fire Hall along the way.
Doug Bergen, whose daughter Kiana was diagnosed with a neuromuscular disorder as a young child, is very excited to see his riding buddies in Steinbach link their favourite pastime with a cause that is so close to his heart: “Having the community support our family will make this event great – the feeling of freedom and independence that I get on the open road is what I hope Kiana gets to experience for many years to come!”
Riders can register online at http://www.muscle.ca/ai1ec_event/rumble-the-road-for-muscular-dystrophy/ or in person at either the Tim Horton’s 141 Hwy North in Steinbach or at Harley-Davidson Winnipeg 1377 Niakwa Rd E starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday, August 15th. The BBQ in Morden at Gas Light Harley Davidson (999 Thornhill Street) is planned from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
For more information, riders can contact Cheryl by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 204-391-7687.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada, one of Canada’s leading voluntary health charities since 1954, a non-profit leader supporting people with neuromuscular disorders to gain independence; an advocate working for meaningful social change in the health and non-profit community; and a contributor in the search for a cure for neuromuscular disorders.