Prostate Cancer has given too many men their last rides, so please join “The Annual Motorcycle Ride for the Boys” on Saturday, July 9, 2022. Registration is $25 per person at Prairie Harley-Davidson and starts at 10am with a poker run to follow. After the poker run, everyone will meet back at Prairie for a BBQ with a raffle and 50/50 draw.
This event is open to all riders and passengers with all proceeds going to Hospitals of Regina. If you are unable to attend the ride, please consider making a donation. (online donations will be available soon!)
It’s just $25 to register for the ride and all proceeds go to the Prostate Assessment Centre. Registration is at Prairie Harley Davidson. Download “Ride for the Boys” poster (see below) or print this page for sharing.
Prairie Harley Davidson and the Regina and area motorcycle community has done an outstanding job for months at following all guidelines, regulations, and precautions that have been requested/mandated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). Please remember to follow social distancing guidelines and other precautions to keep this a safe and fun ride for everyone.
Please consider registering and riding out with your current extended households to each of the assigned “poker stops” to get your cards!
When you register, you will receive a lunch ticket and that ticket will have a time on it so that we can rotate people on a continual basis and have enough room for people to sit and enjoy their lunch before we need to disinfect the tables for the next round of participants coming in.
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN PEN FOR THIS EVENT.
Please remember and follow all the current guidelines including but not limited to:
- Proper cough and sneezing etiquette is encouraged;
(cough into a tissue or the bend of your elbow);
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds;
If soap and water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer;
- Maintain a two metre social distancing from all people who are not part of your extended household group.
- People must stay at home in social isolation when they are sick.
- Use of PPE such as masks and gloves.