The ride welcomes all motorcyclists on the 200km round trip from the Ettamogah Pub to Kilcoy for morning tea followed by a leisurely ride back to Club Kawana for lunch to conclude the ride.
The event celebrating its 12th ride this weekend is organised by Girl Torque Sunshine Coast and Bloomhill has been chosen to receive the proceeds of the event.
Bloomhill Cancer Help General Manager, Mervat Quirke said that Bloomhill is honoured to continue our partnership with Girl Torque and remain the beneficiary of the fundraiser this year.
“All the funds Bloomhill receives from the Bras n’ Bikes ride will allow us to continue to deliver vital support services to more than 900 clients on the Sunshine Coast affected by cancer,” Mervat said.
Registration for the ride opens at 7.30am at the north-end of the Ettamogah Pub car park for a prompt 9am start. The cost is a $10 donation per bike and limited pink bras will be available for $2 each at registration.
“Everyone is invited to get involved and decorate their bikes with a pink theme in celebration of October and support the Power of Pink,” Mervat said.
For enquires and further information about the Bras n Bikes ride please contact Helen from Girl Torque on 0412 722 303.
Bloomhill Cancer Help is a Sunshine Coast based charity that provides support and assistance to those affected by cancer. Operated by a team of dedicated professional staff and hundreds of volunteers, Bloomhill offers counselling, transport to appointments, respite care and a range of complementary therapies and other practical help.
With no ongoing government funding, the charity relies on donations and fundraising to continue providing its valuable services.