2008 Women’s Sport Bike Rally
This ride is not all about riding but also about raising money for a worthy cause. All proceeds of this ride will go to the Tiffany Weirbach, "Sportbikegirl", Melanoma Foundation. Tiffany Weirbach was one of the first women to use the internet to spread her love of riding and sport bikes. At only 21, she was diagnosed with stage III malignant melanoma. Tiffany inspired women to get out and ride. Sadly, Tiffany lost her battle to cancer in 2001, at the age of 24, but her love for sport bikes will live on through this event. When you are participating in outdoor sports it is easy to forget to put on the sunscreen, but motorcycling subjects you to wind and sun and is very hard on the skin. Make sure you take the proper precautions and use sunscreen, proper eye gear and clothing.
The event slogan is the phrase, “It’s All About the Curves” that helps promote participation and interest. The focus on this event is riding and women, a powerful combination. All women sport riders, regardless of age, sport bike, or ability are welcome. The official sponsor of this event is Schampa Technical Gear, a maker of athletic gear for outdoor sports.
This is an event in a beautiful location with excellent riding roads, a worthy cause, and a chance to share your love of sport bikes and riding.
Until next week, do what you love and love what you do.
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