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2010 Kawasaki Moto Marathon For the Cure Photo Gallery
Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure
Kawasaki puts on a 24-hour off-road instruction marathon, raising money for Breast Cancer research and awareness. Read more in our
Kawasaki Moto Marathon For the Cure
Kawasaki's Moto Marathon for the Cure coincided with the Supercross Anaheim 3 round and its Go Pink Breast Cancer awareness theme.
Instructors for the 24-hour instruction classes included Andrea Beach and Bonnie Warch from Coach 2 Ride.
During the 24-hour marathon period, five training schools were offered, with the four-hour introductory courses delivering the fundamental riding basics.
Supercross stars and moto celebrities turned out, along with 75 riders fortunate enough to claim a spot in Kawasaki's Moto Marathon For the Cure.
Spots for the Marathon filled immediately with more than 100 on the waiting list.
Women Motocross riderr Tanya Satchewell offers up some instruction for the Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure.
A total of 75 riders signed up for the Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure, with more than $2500 donated.
Turning laps at the Moto Marathon event was Kawasaki’s Sara Price, who finished her rookie WMX season with a fourth-place overall.
Kawasaki's rising WMX star Sara Price, alongside MotoUSA's Angela Guerrero.
MCUSA's own Angela Guerrero took the introductory dirt riding
course, one of 75 riders to get free instruction on the day.
Kawasaki provided the bikes for its Moto Marathon for the Cure, including KLX140, 110 and 250S models.
Rider gets free off-road instruction via the Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure.
TV personality Molly Culver mugs with Shasta Johsnon in the Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure.
Team Green's Supercross stars showed up for the marathon one day prior to A3, seen here with Kawasaki USA president Takeshi Teranishi (left to right: Nick Wey, Jake Weimer, Teranishi, Ryan Villopoto).
Saving the Ta Tas one Moto Marathon at a time.
Shasta Johnson (right) alongside Kawasaki US President Takeshi Teranishi. Johnson is a breast cancer survivor and organizer for the Supercross Go Pink events.
Kawasaki’s Women Motocross star Tanya Satchewell mugs with some Marathon participants.
Kawasaki media maven Jan Plessner (left) posing with fellow Team Green Marathon participant.
Instructors from different organizations pitched in time for the breast cancer cause.
The Moto Marathon stretched into the wee morning hours, with classes at 8 a.m, 1 p.m., 6 p.m., 11 p.m. and 4 a.m.
The Supercross eye-candy had no trouble getting into the go pink spirit for A3.
Fan sporting a Go Pink T.
Riders also supported the Go Pink cause with special riding gear for the third Anaheim round.
The Rockstar Makita Suzuki gals go pink for A3.
Family goes pink together for the Anaheim 3 Supercross round.
Three young pups show their Go Pink spirit with a mean looking hairdo.
The Kawasaki Moto Marathon for the Cure event included a track walk at the A3 Supercross.
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