Bikers take to the road in Connecticut to help with funds for cancer cure

Hundreds of bikers got their motors running in southwestern Connecticut Sunday to help raise funds to cure cancer.More than 300 bikers came out for ?Kick It Ride,? a 60-mile ride from Danbury to Shelton.

News 12 Staff

Sep 26, 2006, 3:17 AM

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Bikers take to the road in Connecticut to help with funds for cancer cure
Hundreds of bikers got their motors running in southwestern Connecticut Sunday to help raise funds to cure cancer.More than 300 bikers came out for ?Kick It Ride,? a 60-mile ride from Danbury to Shelton. The fundraiser is in its fourth year and is sponsored by the American Cancer Society. Each rider paid a $35 fee to enter. Many of the bikers say they join in because someone who survived cancer has touched them. Will Cuttler says he battled bone cancer 28 years ago and nearly lost his leg.The fundraiser took in $18,000, all of which will go to the Wilton chapter of the American Cancer Society.


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