Cenzi Ride for Cancer June 1 Benefits Wilmot Cancer Center
May 29, 2008
Motorcyclists can join the second annual Cenzi Ride for Cancer to benefit the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center on Sunday, June 1. The ride begins and ends at Pineapple Jacks, 507 Spencerport Road, in Gates, and the drawing for a custom motorcycle will be held at 4:30 p.m.
Ride registration is from 9:30 to noon, with a donation of $15 per rider and $5 per passenger. Food and beverage specials will be available throughout the day and all registered riders are eligible to win prizes.
This year’s event includes a motorcycle show, which is open to anyone, even if they don’t participate in the ride. Following the ride, organizers will draw the winning ticket for the custom motorcycle, valued at $30,000, designed by Tony Cenzi, president of Cenzi Motorcycle Company.
This is the second year Cenzi designed a motorcycle, valued at $30,000, to help raise funds for Wilmot’s cancer care and research programs. Tickets to win the motorcycle are $10 each or three for $20 and available until the drawing at 4:30 p.m.
“This is a great way to help raise money for a valuable resource in our community – the Wilmot Cancer Center,” said Cenzi, president of Cenzi Motorcycle Company. He hopes to raise $50,000 in support of Wilmot’s expansion plans.
Cenzi has been building custom motorcycles since 1996 and his designs are known for the fluidity of design and the meticulous nature with which every wire is hidden from sight. Cenzi Motorcycle Company is located in Spencerport, and has dealerships in Florida, Maryland, and Virginia.
For more information about the motorcycle and where to buy tickets for the drawing, go to www.cenzimotorcycles.com.