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2010 Kawasaki Moto Marathon For the Cure Photo Gallery

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 event report.

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