Oct 12, 2013 8:17 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
This weekend is the Fifth Annual Central Coast Classic Motorcycle Show.
The show is put on every year by the Central Coast Motorcycle Club. On Saturday, motorcylists met up at Mountainbrook Community Church in San Luis Obispo.
The event kicked off Thursday night. The motorcyclists took a ride through the San Luis Obispo Farmers Market.
It wraps up Sunday with a ride to Creston, California.
Proceeds from the event go to "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer."
"Making Strides, this is their month. It's cancer awareness month, and last year, they were our principal beneficiary. We were able to give them $2500 last year, and we're really proud to do that," said Bill Killian, the President of Central Coast Classic Motorcycle Club.
"It goes to helping survivors find the resources that they need to continue on after they've beat cancer," said Jaime Dwight, a member of the Making Strides Committee.
The motorcycle club meets once a month to discuss business and go for a ride.
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