We are featured in an article of motorbikewriter.com!
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A test of real
Who can ride all the way around Lake
Erie, 650+ miles, non stop, on a
motorcycle less than 250 CC's in the
shortest amount of time? Every year,
in June, the "LakeErieLoop" is held to
raise money for pediatric burn
victims. Hard to think of a better
cause, don't you think?
The LakeErieLoop (LEL) is a
fundraising event to benefit the "Aluminum Cans for
Burned Children" Foundation (ACBC).
ACBC provides many services for
pediatric burn victims, mostly through
the donation of discarded aluminum
cans. The foundation provides medical
supplies including special bandaging
materials needed for the care of
burns, a scholarship fund and a summer
and winter camp, all at no cost to the
children or their families. The "Learn
Not to Burn Trailer" is one of the
many features of ACBC that teaches
young students about burn safety in
their own homes.
Raising additional cash for ACBC
through motosports was started in 2003
when Brookpark, Ohio firefighter Bill
Murar, an avid motorcycle enthusiast,
rode over 12,000 miles to the four
corners of the United States, many of
them on a 1965 Sears 106SS motorcycle.
Bill is continuing his fundraising
efforts by sponsoring the Lake Erie
Loop, a 650 mile endurance run around
the lake to be completed in one day.
Here's the Deal: For
one weekend in June, you get to hang
out with a bunch of people that really
like small motorcycles! Your
registration gets you meals for three
days, a chance to win a cash prize and
the chance to prove you are a real man
(or woman!) by riding your motorcycle
or scooter in this endurance
Sound like fun??? Check it out
and make plans to attend this years
It is more fun to ride a slow
bike fast, than a fast bike slow!