[facebook_ilike] Motorcyclists from across the state will ride together to fight neuromuscular disease during the 16th Annual MDA Tub Run June 18-19.
Over 2000 motorcyclists are expected to attend the Tub Run sponsored by The South Central Wisconsin Janesville Harley Owners Group and Kutter Harley-Davidson. Festivities begin Friday, June 18 with a Poker Run, pork barbeque dinner at Threshman’s Park in Edgerton, bike show, live music, and free overnight camping.
Riders depart Saturday, June 19 from Kutter Harley-Davidson, 3223 North Pontiac Drive, at 12 p.m. sharp. Post-ride entertainment takes place at Threshman’s Park and includes bike games, live music, a silent auction featuring over $8,000 worth of items, a raffle with over 200 prizes and an $8 steak dinner. Tickets for the dinner will be sold on-site to the first five hundred buyers.
Registration is $15 for the Poker Run and $25 for Saturday’s ride. Poker Run registration is from 3-7 p.m. Friday. Tub Run ride registration is from 1-7 p.m. Friday and 9:00-11:30 a.m. Saturday at Kutter Harley-Davidson/Buell.
At least forty volunteers are needed to assist with registration, the Poker Run, food, bartending, clean-up, and the silent auction. For more information, contact Lucy Anderson at (608) 314-1720 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MDA Tub Run offers funding for MDA’s comprehensive medical services and support programs, making an impacting the lives of local families and individuals affected by neuromuscular disease. The South Central Wisconsin Janesville HOG is the second highest Harley-Davidson fundraiser for MDA in the United States. Over the past 16 years, the Chapter has donated over $1.4 million. All proceeds from the Tub Run will benefit the Muscular Dystrophy of Southwestern Wisconsin. For more information about the Tub Run, please visit www.kutterharley.com.
MDA is a voluntary health agency working to defeat neuromuscular disease through programs of worldwide research, comprehensive health and community services, and far-reaching professional and public health education. The Association’s programs are funded almost entirely by individual private contributors. For more information about MDA’s local services, please call (608) 222-3269.