Last Chance to Get Your Tickets for Custom Motorcycle Drawing
Winner Will Be Announced During Cenzi Cycle Ride for Cancer June 3
May 25, 2007
This custom-built motorcycle is valued at $30,000. Proceeds from ticket sales benefit the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center.
Time is running out to get tickets to win a custom motorcycle and support the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center. The drawing will be Sunday, June 3, during the Cenzi Motorcycle Ride for Cancer.
The blue and silver custom-built motorcycle, created by Cenzi Motorcycles of Spencerport, is valued at $30,000. Tickets are $10 each or three for $20 and available by calling (585) 349-0120. Proceeds from the ticket sales will support the Wilmot Cancer Center’s comprehensive campaign to expand local cancer care and research.
The winner of the motorcycle will be selected during the Cenzi Motorcycle Ride for Cancer, which begins and the University of Rochester Medical Center Lot 1, at the intersection of Kendrick and Lattimore Roads.
The three-stop poker run ride begins at 11 a.m., followed by food and entertainment from 2 to 5 p.m. The cost is $15 per rider plus $5 for each passenger and spectators are $15. To download the registration form, go to wilmotcancercenter.com.
Cenzi Motorcycle Company, formerly CC Cycles, is family-owned-and operated. Founder and President Tony Cenzi has been building custom motorcycles since 1996. The mark of a Cenzi bike is the fluidity of its design and the meticulous nature with which every wire is hidden from sight.