Benefit ride raised money for breast cancer services

More than 200 people came out to Hamilton Harley-Davidson earlier this month for the 13th annual Breast Cancer Benefit Ride.

The 78-mile ride helped raise $10,500. The day also included games, raffles and a silent auction.

Sponsored by the Heritage Trail HOG Chapter in partnership with Hamilton Harley- Davidson, the fundraiser helps provide free breast exams, Pap smears and vein checks for women who don’t have insurance.

The ride began in honor of Pat Jasper, mother of Hamilton Harley-Davidson general manager Tommy Hamilton. Now a 17-year survivor of breast cancer, she rides every year with Hamilton and was at the final stop.

Over the years, it has raised more than $100,000 toward breast cancer and women’s health services.

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