To raise awareness in the community about prostate cancer and its prominent position in the cause of death in the male population, Richard, Derrick Smith, and Pia Kinney-James organized a ride in September of 2015 to help the community take action and have fun. The 2016 Prostate Cancer Awareness Motorcycle Ride is on Sept. 17.
“We want folks to come out and support us… It’s for men, but we know the women folk are the motivators and the pushers behind the men to go out and get the things done. People on all sizes of motorcycles that are highway worthy are welcome to participate. We will be on the highway going the speed limit. It’s just a lot of fun and you meet a lot of people. It’s no particular ethnic group. Everyone who wants to ride is more than welcome to come and be a part of it.”
Learn more about the ride in the Capital City Hues article.
Listen to a podcast about Prostate Cancer Awareness Motorcycle Ride.