The Center for Family Unity's 3rd Annual Motorcycle Dice Run

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Event Date(s): Sat, 04/28/2012 (All day)
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The Center for Family Unity has scheduled its annual motorcycle dice run for April 28.  This is the third year that the center has invited all cycle enthusiasts to join in the event to support child abuse prevention efforts in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany counties. 

This year's route will begin at Harley-Davidson of Jamestown (Falconer), proceed to I-86 to the Nic-L-Inn, to W. Perimeter Road, to Rt. 280, and to Rt. 346 and on to eventually end up at Moonwinks in Cuba.  There will be stops along the route with refreshments available at each stop.

Fees for the ride are $20 for rider, $12 for passenger.  Registration forms are available at many cycle shops, auto repair shops, gas stations, auto supply, hardware or any place where there may be a motorcycle enthusiast.

For information on any program or event, call the center's main office in Salamanca at 716-945-6401, in Jamestown at 716-483-5295 or the toll free number 877-206-5295.

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This event will be held at:

Harley-Davidson of Jamestown
1951 East Main Street
Falconer, NY 14733
United States
Phone: 716-945-6401 or 877-206-5295
42° 7' 36.0516" N, 79° 11' 15.5472" W
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