Riding for a cause

Some of the more than 600 participating motorcyclists leave the parking lot of the Penticton Curling Club following check in during the third annual Okanagan Ride for Dad event Sunday. The trek is intended to raise prostate cancer awareness and funds for research. Riders travelled from Kelowna to Keremeos and onto Osoyoos before returning to the start point.

  • Jun. 14, 2011 7:00 a.m.
Some of the more than 600 participating motorcyclists leave the parking lot of the Penticton Curling Club following check in during the third annual Okanagan Ride for Dad event Sunday. The trek is intended to raise prostate cancer awareness and funds for research. Riders travelled from Kelowna to Keremeos and onto Osoyoos before returning to the start point.

Some of the more than 600 participating motorcyclists leave the parking lot of the Penticton Curling Club following check in during the third annual Okanagan Ride for Dad event Sunday. The trek is intended to raise prostate cancer awareness and funds for research. Riders travelled from Kelowna to Keremeos and onto Osoyoos before returning to the start point.