CHARITY RIDE: Kiss N’ Cuddle Run

May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month and also the time of the year for many charity rides throughout the bay area.

On Saturday, May 11, the Xtreme Vixens MC will partner with the Milo Foundation for the Kiss N’ Cuddle Run. In support of sanctuary, rescue and adoption the ride will begin from CJ’s (548 Contra Costa Blvd in Pleasant Hill) and will end at the Milo Foundation (220 South Garland Blvd in Richmond). Sign in is 9:30am and kickstands go up at 11am.

I’l be joining the ride and supporting the cause. With a great event happening all day too so come join us if you are a rider or even if you’re not. Pre-sale is $15 and $20 at Door.

Storm (aka Mynette) from Xtreme Vixens MC joined me to tell us more about the charity ride and event…

If you are hosting or want to share details about a charity ride email Zakk@TheBone.net

 

 

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