Got balls? Know someone who does?

Harley-Davidson is revving up men’s health by launching the Snors for a Cause Motorcade in celebration of its 2015 model range.

Harley-Davidson invites all South African motorcycle riders to come together and ride united for men’s health. “We’re calling all Harley riders as well as adventure bike, superbike, cruiser, enduro bike, motard, naked bike, trike and scooter riders and pillions to join us on Saturday 1 November 2014 for a parade at a Harley-Davidson dealership,” says Paul De Jongh, Harley-Davidson Africa Country Manager.

The Snors for a Cause Motorcade 2014 is set to be a first, with parades taking place on the same day at the same time at all 10 Harley-Davidson dealerships in South Africa. Participating dealerships include Tyger Valley, Cape Town, Clearwater, Gold Rand, Johannesburg, Durban, Pretoria, Big Five, Zambezi and Bloemfontein

Download the parade details here: Snors for a Cause locations

Anyone can join the Snors for a Cause Motorcade and there is no registration fee. Participants who want to make a donation towards the cause can purchase a limited edition Snors for a Cause buff for R130 on the Harley-Davidson Africa Facebook page. A limited number of Snors for a Cause pins will be made available to participating riders. Harley-Davidson will donate a minimum of R50 000 for the fight against cancer in men.

According to the Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA), prostate cancer is the most common cancer in South African men with a 1 in 26 lifetime risk to develop it. Testicular cancer is one of the most common cancers in young men aged between 15 and 39.

Harley-Davidson Africa will continue to raise awareness for men’s health with a competition. Grow a legendary moustache during the month of November and stand a chance to win a Harley-Davidson Street 750, which will be launched in South African early next year (2015).

We dare you to be be a rebel with a cause and make a difference. Check your testicles like this and get information on prostate cancer from the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

Take your health seriously and talk to friends, family members and colleagues about these cancers.

Visit the Harley-Davidson Africa website, Facebook page, and twitter page and follow the conversation using #Ride4Health for more information.


– Justus Visagie


Leave a Reply