LET BOB BUY
Bob Hannah buys a $10 raffle ticket from Broc Glover in hopes of winning the fabulous 2008 COBRA Roadstar customized by Denny Berg. The 2009 edition of Broc Glover's Breathe Easy Ride Against Cystic Fibrosis (BER) takes place from 10am-4pm on Sunday, March 29, 2009 in Temecula's Old Town California Row. AMA Hall of Fame announcer Larry "Supermouth" Huffman will kick things off at 10am with pre-ride festivities including rider check-in and registration, raffles, autograph and photo ops, interviews with the Legends, food and fun. Attendees, both rider and non-rider alike, are encouraged to bring their cameras (don't forget fresh batteries and empty digital media cards!).Sign-up online to ride with THE LEGENDS OF MOTORCYCLE RACING www.BreatheEasyRide.comAt 12 noon all registered riders will hit the road alongside our group of Legends who collectively have captured 70 national titles, 17 World Championships, and 4 ISDE Gold Medals. Riders may choose one of three different rides: two 100-mile street routes for Cruisers and Sportbikes intermingle with each other, and a dual-sport ride guided by AMA Hall of Fame off-road champion Scot Harden has been added for those preferring to ride their dual-sport bikes. All three rides begin and end at the same Old Town Temecula venue. It's important to remember that these rides are not "races" and that all riders, regardless of skill level, are invited to participate so long as he or she is riding a licensed, street-legal motorcycle.Even if you can not make the ride please visit our event website Breathe Easy Ride to learn about this very worthy cause. View last year's event photos and preview our upcoming eBay auction where some amazing one-of-a-kind memorabilia has been donated by motorcycling's most famous personalities including James Stewart, Wayne Rainey, Kevin Schwantz, and many more. There is no government funding for CF, a progressively fatal disease, and 100% of the proceeds from the Breathe Easy Ride will go directly to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to fund life saving research. Cash donations of any denomination are encouraged and welcomed.