Last chance to enter for Ride for Kids custom bike drawing

Publish Date: 
May 3, 2012

Time is running out for the chance to take home one of the two bikes customized for this year's Ride for Kids/Cycle World drawing supporting the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation.

Enter by Sunday, May 6 to win one of the two custom project bikes, a duo that includes a Honda CBR250R that received a major make-over by Gregg DesJardins of Gregg's Customs, and a Honda Ruckus scooter given the Troy Lee touch.

It's possible to make a donation online to enter the drawings for the Ruckus and the CBR250R. Tickets are one for $5, or five for $20.

To sweeten the pot, winners will also be offered VIP Experience packages to the World Superbike Utah USA round, including hotel accommodations, courtesy of MIller Motorsports Park. The race is May 26-28, over Memorial Weekend. Transportation is not included, but if the winners can get up to Miller, they'll get the full treatment, organizers say.

The two winners will be selected in a drawing at the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation headquarters in Asheville, N.C., May 7 at 2 p.m. EDT. No purchase is necessary to win, and the drawings are void where prohibited. See the official rules for details.

The Ride for Kids is a program that supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation through multiple fund-raising motorcycle rides held all year long, throughout the country. In 2011 the events raised $4.5 million to fight childhood brain tumors.

Posted by Dennis Johnson