"Snors for a Cause" and Harley-Davidson are inviting all South Africans on two or three wheels to take part in the 2014 motorcade in support of male health.
All motorcycle riders in the country have been urged to join the various parades taking place in ten regions nationally on Saturday November 1.
For 2014, "Snors for a Cause" has partnered with donation beneficiary, More Balls Than Most. The initiative is dedicated to promoting awareness of the importance of early detection of prostate and testicular cancer.
"With Snors for a Cause Motorcade 2014 we are encouraging awareness and urging family, friends, colleagues and associates to get tested early. In the past two decades, most men have survived prostate cancer and a continual diagnosis and early treatment can have an even bigger impact," said Trisch Rosema of More Balls Than Most.
Anyone can join the "Snors for a Cause" Motorcade and there is no registration fee. Participants who want to make a donation towards the cause can purchase a limited edition "Snors for a Cause" buff for R130 on Harley-Davidson Africa's Facebook page. A limited number of "Snors for a Cause" pins will be made available to participating riders.
"We are grateful to have the support of Harley-Davidson Africa, who have committed to a minimum donation of R50 000 for the fight against cancer in men. This donation will be used for much-needed education. The more awareness we can create together and the more funds raised, [will help us to] tackle the testicular and prostate cancer issue head on," said Rosema.