Hall of Fame, Motorcycle Icon Malcolm Smith from the legendary film “On Any Sunday” joins motorcyclist journalist Brenda Fox in leading the Sturgis Breast Cancer Ride. Malcolm Smith, one of the most multi-faceted competitors ever to take to the dirt wowed fans for over three decades with numerous trips to the victory podium. His racing career included six Baja 1000 victories, four Baja 500 wins, eight gold medals at the International Six Day Trials (ISDT) and a collection of four-wheel victories. However, it was his co-starring role in the movie epic On Any Sunday that garnered him the most recognition. Produced by Bruce Brown and Steve McQueen, the movie helped launch America’s love affair with dirt biking – and introduced Malcolm to scores of new fans. This year’s event will benefit Brenda Fox, a motorcycle journalist and spokesperson for women in motorcycling. Brenda has been battling with breast cancer issues and rising medical bills. This year’s ride and charity auction proceeds will assist her in getting through this difficult time. The ride begins Thursday August 7 at 12.00 Noon starting from the Top 50 Rally Park. It will be lead by Laura Klock (spouse of Brian), the woman holding the land speed record for the World’s Fastest Bagger. Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the registration fee is $15 per person. Donations via Paypal are set up on Women Motorcyclist.