Dave Murray of HOG Motorbike Club and Kim Warner of Bumz on Bikes breast cancer fundraiser are organising a ride to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.
Dave Murray of HOG Motorbike Club and Kim Warner of Bumz on Bikes breast cancer fundraiser are organising a ride to raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research. Chrissy Harris

Get on a bike for breast cancer

THERE’S no better time than right now to get your bottom on a bike.

Hundreds will be doing just that on Sunday when the seventh annual Bumz on Bikes takes to the open roads.

Motorcycling enthusiasts, breast cancer survivors and the public will gather in support of one special cause – raising funds for vital research into breast cancer.

Event spokesman Dave Murray said there had been tremendous support shown for this year’s event, with local businesses and the motorcycling community getting behind the ride.

Mr Murray said it was pleasing to see quite a few breast cancer survivors coming along for their first ride this year.

“We are asking that people show their support by wearing something pink,” Mr Murray said.

All money raised from Bumz on Bikes is donated to the Cancer Council of Queensland in aid of breast cancer research.

Those who want to take part should meet at Harbour City Motorcycles. Registrations will be taken from 8am.

The cost of the ride is just $10 per rider or pillion passenger.



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