Friday, May 30, 2014

Breast Fest 2014 One of the Top Motorcycle Events in Cincinnati

Cincinnati has many great charitable motorcycle events and a top one is Breast Fest.This years Breast Fest is the 10th annual. It could have over a 1000 bikes participating. So mark Sunday June 1st, on you calender of motorcycle events to attend.


The proceeds of the ride are used to fight against breast cancer. The beneficiaries this year are the organization pinkribbongirls.org. But breast cancer has a face to it. In fact many faces. There are two ladies that are going to be specific beneficiaries.

Melissa Morrison a 35 year old single mother of two toddlers is one person that will get some much needed assistance.  Her breast cancer was stage 3 and she had 6 rounds of chemo, 31 doses of radiation and 20 Herceptin treatments. In addition she has gone thru 6 surgeries.          


Also Angie Auel, a forty year old mother of three and a school teacher is the other specific beneficiary. In January 2012 she found out she had stage 4 cancer. 
She battles hard everyday.

The ride starts at the Holy Grail Banks 161 Joe Nuxall Way. Registration is at 10:30 and bikes depart at 12:30. The ride ends at McDogs Lakeside saloon 3611 Bevis Way. So even if you can not be in the ride you can come to Mcdogs and join in the festivities and reach into your pocket book to give to a great cause.

There will be live music by Randy Peak, Super Bad and Chuck Brisbin. The guest emcee will be from 96Rock. There will be plenty of food and fun.

History of Breast Fest Cincinnati

Kathy and Dam McCarthy started the  event in 2005. This was to help their daughter's friend  diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27. They have been organizing the event ever since.

For more information the web site to go to is www.breastfestcincinnati.com

Here is a link to a photo album we took of last years motorcycle breast fest.