Gilda’s Club will host The Red Door Ride (formerly QC Cancer Awareness Ride) at Brenny’s Motorcycle Clinic (4426 State St. Bettendorf) this Sunday Sep 13 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. We ride for the mission. We ride for our Members.

Cost: $25 per rider/registrant

Starting location: Brenny’s Motorcycle Clinic, Bettendorf

Day of Registration from 9 -11 a.m.

Ride begins 10 a.m.

Ending location: The Tangled Wood, Bettendorf

Last bike in at 3 p.m.! Riders please join in the grassy area at Tangled Wood. They will have a designated food tent for you to place your food order from as well as plenty of spots to get a refreshing beverage.

Join Gilda’s Club for a day of riding to honor those in our community that are impacted by cancer. In consideration of social distancing guidelines, there will not be set ride stops but instead a list will be provided in your packet of bars/restaurants along the bike route that you may stop at if you choose. There will be raffle items available for bidding at the beginning of the ride and a link will be provided that you can bid on the items throughout the day via your mobile device. All bidding will close at 4 p.m.

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Two ride routes will be provided for you to choose based on the length of ride you’d like to do. Both routes will be along the Mississippi River (more details to come)

Please make sure you register each rider and passenger so organizers can get an accurate count of # of bikes as well as # of participants to plan for. Registrations received after Sep 3 will NOT be guaranteed a commemorative ride shirt.

All proceeds from this event will benefit Gilda’s Club Quad Cities and remain local to support those within our community that have been impacted by cancer.

Are you interested in being a sponsor for this event? Please contact Michele Darland, Development Director, at michele@gildasclubqc.org or (563) 326-7504.

 


For more fun things to do in the Quad Cities this week, check out the latest issue of FUN10QC.

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