DIDSBURY, AB, June 18, 2012 /CNW/ - On Saturday, June 23, 2012, motorcyclists from the Rural Alberta region will rev their engines to raise funds for the fight against prostate cancer - the most commonly diagnosed men's cancer in Canada.
The closing ceremonies of the event will include a visit from the Prostate Cancer Centre "Man Van" with free PSA tests for men over 40, presented by the Ride For Dad! Blake Richards, M.P. for Wild Rose is scheduled to attend and have his PSA tested.
|| Rural Alberta TELUS Motorcycle Ride For Dad
Garry Janz, president, Ride For Dad
Blake Richards, M.P. for Wild Rose
Prostate Cancer Centre "Man Van" offering free PSA tests
|| Saturday, June 23, 2012
|Where:||The Ride is departing from three separate locations. All three routes will meet in Olds at the Wal-Mart and then Parade through Olds and down the 2A into Didsbury for the closing ceremonies including free PSA testing, pig roast, live band and much more!|
|| Ride Start Points:
Drumheller: Olds at the Wal-Mart parking lot (6900 46 St)
|High River: Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex (228 - 12th Avenue SE)|
|Red Deer: Gasoline Harley (37473 Hwy 2)|
|| Closing Ceremonies:
Location: Highway 582 and 20th Ave, Didsbury AB
The TELUS Motorcycle Ride For Dad is Canada's largest annual motorcycle event dedicated to fighting prostate cancer through research and public awareness. From its humble beginnings, the Ride For Dad has grown to include over 30 cities in every province in the country, raising more than $9 million to fight prostate cancer.
For further information:
National Communications Manager
613-722-6131 / 613-447-6412 / [email protected]