Harley-Davidson show real steel by raising R100 000

Harley-Davidson separated the stubble from the fluff with their first Snors for a Cause campaign. A total of R100 000 was handed over to More Balls Than Most, a testicular and prostate cancer awareness organisation, raised at a national motorcade held at Harley-Davidson dealers across the country.

Sales of a limited edition buff kept the lip lapas warm while contributing to the donated amount. The parade was held at 10 venues countrywide and the Harley-Davidson community showed real balls of steel by doubling the intial target of R50 000.

According to Trisch Rosema of More Balls than Most, the money raised will be used to educate people about the early detection of prostate and testicular cancer. “We are grateful that Harley-Davidson Africa chose More Balls Than Most as the beneficiary for the first Snors for a Cause campaign.”

Paul de Jongh from Harley-Davidson Africa believes the campaign will grow in 2015, just like facial fur. “Fulfilling dreams of personal freedom is our purpose and our passion and that is why raising awareness about the early detection of male cancers is so important to us. We are looking forward to build on this campaign next year,” De Jongh said.

Harley-Davidson Africa is giving away a brand new 2015 Street 750 motorcycle to the bro with the most insane mo. Post a photo of your handsome handlebars on their Facebook page with the hashtag #ride4health to stand a chance of winning.


Simon Sonnekus



Paul de Jongh, Joe Watkins, George Hansen from Harley-Davidson and Trisch Rosema from More Balls Than Most.

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