The Northland Bikers for Breast Cancer Awareness will be at the Log Cabin Bar this Saturday to raise funds and sign people up for their annual Cancer Run.

From 4 to 7 pm this Saturday, May 8th, the Northland Bikers for Breast Cancer Awareness will hold their Scratch The Itch party to celebrate the riding season. The party features a $10 all-you-can-eat pizza bar and also auctions, games, and raffles. The group will also have some of their clothing for sale. At 8 pm the band Stone will take the stage.

The Party will also be your first chance to sign up for their annual Bikers For Breast Cancer Awareness bike run happening on September 11th, there will be raffle tickets available ahead of time for the run. Obviously, the party will follow safety measures and will accept donations if people don't want to show up to the party.

Every year the Bikers for Boobs event raises money to cover travel expenses, lodging, meals, childcare, and so many other costs that people don't realize the family has to cover in order to support their loved ones while they fight cancer. The party this Saturday will be a time to ask questions about the run.

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Last year they had an ATV/UTV route added for those who wanted to use it. There was camping available, food, and a band later. The Bikers For Breast Cancer Awareness are looking for your feedback for this year's run in order to help plan the event on September 11th.

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