The 5th annual Bikers for Ta-Tas Ride for Breast Cancer will again target proceeds to benefit the Methodist Breast Health Center and Mammography Services.
The annual ride will be held Saturday July 21st with sign-in at the Bartonville American Legion from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Cost of the ride is $20.00 for a rider and $10.00 for a passenger. Entry fees include a meal at the conclusion of the ride.
Bike Ride founder Nancy Borum says the ride will cover approximately 180 miles with stops at Webbs Roadhouse in Washburn, Stewys Roadhouse in Spring Valley, Henry Harbor in Henry, Tilted Kilt in Peoria, and White Oaks Sports Bar in Canton, ending at the Bartonville American Legion.
In 2011, Bikers for Ta-Tas raised $24,000 that was donated to the Breast Health Center and Mobile Mammography Services at Methodist Medical Center.
The Bikers for Ta-Tas was established in 2008 by Nancy Borum to benefit the fight against breast cancer in central Illinois after a series of cancer events in her family. Her grandmother and aunt died from breast cancer and her mother and sister are both breast cancer survivors.
For more information, including registration forms, go to www.bikersforta-tas.com.