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35th Annual Motorcycle Awareness and Teddy Bear Parade read to roll in early May

The annual Motorcycle Awareness and Teddy Bear Parade hosted by the Southern Alberta bikers is happening on May 6th.

The parade is a chance to support motorcycle safety and give back to the community.

Event organizer, Dallas Harty, says “We gather every year in celebration of motorcycle awareness and bring smiles to the faces of children, bringing joy to our hearts. Our pride in this event is immeasurable, and we continue to strive to make it even more meaningful with each passing year.”

“The parade is a great way for us to get together, practice safe riding habits, and have fun while doing it.”

The parade route will start from the Lowe’s parking lot at 11 a.m. sharp and will take riders throughout Lethbridge before ending up at the Chinook Regional Hospital where the toys will be donated.

Harty says it’s heartwarming to see the riders with donations each year.

The parade is open to all riders and it doesn’t matter the skill level or experience. Participants are required to register before the ride starts and wear the appropriate safety gear like helmets, leather jacket, boots, and gloves.

This year is the 35th anniversary of the Motorcycle Awareness and Teddy Bear Parade.

The parade will be on Saturday May 6th.

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