Custom Motorcycle Drawing Benefits Wilmot Cancer Center
Motorcycle Tickets Available at Greece Mall This Weekend
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Tony Cenzi built this custom motorcycle, valued at $30,000, to be given away in a drawing in support of the Wilmot Cancer Center.
Motorcycle lovers will want to check-out a new custom cycle, created by Cenzi Motorcycle Company, to raise funds for the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center. The motorcycle will be on display this weekend at The Mall at Greece Ridge.
The cycle can be seen from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3.
Tickets to win the motorcycle will be available at a variety of events through Sunday, June 21, at the “Ride to the Dakota” at the Dakota Grill in Hilton. Tickets cost $10 each or three for $20. Tickets are also available by calling 276-4717 or 349-0120.
For more information about the motorcycle and where to buy tickets for the drawing, go to www.cenzimotorcycles.com.
This is the third year Tony Cenzi designed a motorcycle, valued at $30,000, to help raise funds for Wilmot’s cancer care and research programs.
“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 is supporting his mother as she undergoes treatment for lung cancer diagnosed in January.
He hopes to raise $50,000 to support local cancer care and research.
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.