Motorcycle Ride for the Boys
Prostate Cancer has given too many men their last rides, so please join The Annual Motorcycle Ride for the Boys on Saturday, August 1, 2020. If you are unable to attend the ride, please consider making a donation to one of our riders!
It’s just $25 to register for the ride and the proceeds go the Prostate Assessment Centre. Registration starts at 10 a.m. at Prairie Harley Davidson and lunch will be donated and supplied by Joe’s European Deli.
Prairie Harley Davidson and the Regina and area motorcycle community has done an outstanding job at following all guidelines, regulations, and precautions that have been requested/mandated by the SHA. We all, in effect, shut down our lives for 3 months and self-isolated/quarantined. As such, we are confident that with everyone’s compliance and diligence this will be a safe and fun ride for everyone with the appropriate precautions in place.The ride will look a little different this year and we want to make sure that everyone is safe and aware of all of the protocols we have put in place.
The committee is doing every they can to make sure that everyone is safe!! Current public gathering restrictions must be followed. Enhanced cleaning and disinfection will be taking place at Prairie for all common areas.
Please consider registering and riding out with your current extended households to each of the assigned “poker stops” to get your card!
Raffle tickets will be sold at 1 table. 50/50’s at another and 4 separate Registration tables will be set up in 4 different areas in the parking lot. Everything will be set up to allow for only 6 at a table and 30 in each area. Please make sure that within each of our set up “zones”, there are no more than 30 people. Please stay within your “current extended households” as much as possible and maintain a 6 foot distance from others.
PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN PEN.
Please remember and follow all the current regulations including but not limited to:
1. Proper cough and sneezing etiquette (into a tissue or the bend of your elbow);
2. Wash your hands often with soap and water; if soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer;
3. Maintain a two metre distance with people who are not in your extended household group.
4. People must stay at home when they are sick.
5. Use of PPE such as masks and gloves.