Brenda Fox Update

Brenda has received some donations, but is not well enough yet to thank you herself. So, I would like to thank you on her behalf. Thanks to Fred Proctor at Viper Motorcycles for transmitting the name of some organizations helping cancer patients without medical coverage. I will not now publish right now the names of all those who have already given, but you know who you are. Here is another photo that seems to generate a lot of interest. It’s Brenda at the Bonneville Salt Flats. She would like to get healthy again to set a land speed record for Breast Cancer Awareness. Please continue to support her (see previous post for donations) because you know it’s a long battle. Thank you again on her behalf


3 Responses to “Brenda Fox Update”

  1. 1 May 2nd, 2008 at 7:17 am

    Hey Cyril: Biker Data created an article that will go out via my VTwin E-NEWS newsletter later today, which should reach over 40,000 motorcycle enthusiasts. As I mentioned the hearts of a biker are the best.

    Can you send me Brenda’s contact info? I would like to talk to her about an up coming promotion I think can help her.

    Thanks brother, Jeff

  2. 2 Cj Hanlon Guilty Customs May 3rd, 2008 at 6:54 am

    Hey guys/gals. this is the easiest way to support someone. It takes less than 30 seconds via paypal and you’ll feel great about helping a wonderful woman. It’s money well spent and you know the money will be used to get someone back on their feet.
    Cyril, we’re helping spread the word too on our blog
    Cj and Denise
    Guilty Customs

  3. 3 Moto Mama May 10th, 2008 at 1:45 pm

    On behalf of Brenda, we would like to thank Cyril, Joe Teresi from the Paisano Publication Easy Riders family and the motorcycle community that has united with support.

    She is strong, a warrior and overcoming so much more than just a health condition.

    The Women Motorcyclist website was a project Brenda had put on the back burner and is now set up now to support her as she is in the process of pulling her life back together.

    For the past two years she attended the BUB Speed Trials at the famed Bonneville Salt flats. Although she wanted to run a bike herself, she was in a support position with the builder of these custom bikes. You may recognize the 250 bike from the Discovery Biker Build Off.

    Now it’s time for her to get healthy and set a land speed record for Breast Cancer Awareness.
    Uniting women to live there best life on the median of two wheels!

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