Ride with us to cure childhood brain cancer because no one should ever have to hear the words "Your child has a brain tumor." Unfortunately, today, 13 children will be diagnosed with a brain tumor, the deadliest childhood cancer.
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More children die of brain tumors than any other cancer, and survivors often face lifelong physical, psychological and cognitive difficulties. The Utica motorcycle community has been coming together for over 20 years to help change that.
Hosted by the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, the Utica Ride for Kids will fund critical research for a cure, as well as family support programs such as emergency financial assistance, peer support and college and vocational scholarships for survivors.
On Sunday, July 21, you can join us as the Utica Ride for Kids participants will enjoy a scenic, police-escorted motorcycle ride from the Deerfield Fire Department to the George T Hiltebrant Recreation Center in Old Forge. Local pediatric brain tumor survivors will accompany motorcyclists on their ride.
Any make or model of street legal motorcycle is welcome. Register online now for $40 at www.rideforkids.org/utica or $45 the day of the ride. Walk-up registration will start on July 21 at 9am, with kickstands up at 11am. Event is rain or shine.