Pink is in at the strip
MDIR race raises money for a good cause
For those who like fast women and supporting good causes, the Paint the ¼ Pink street bike race Saturday at the Maryland International Raceway in Mechanicsville covers both those bases.
“It is an honor to be able to host the Paint the ¼ Pink event here at MDIR as part of the WPGC Bike Fest and to see it continue to grow each year,” MDIR director of marketing and public relations Rick Lindner said. “These ladies are a shining example of what great people can accomplish when they come together for a common goal and a great cause like Bikers Against Breast Cancer. Thank you to everyone involved this year again for your amazing and efforts.”
Paint the ¼ Pink is a special women-only competition featuring 32 competitors racing head-to-head on drag bikes and street bikes to raise funds for Bikers Against Breast Cancer. The competition is held during MDIR’s International Drag Bike League’s Bike Fest, which runs today through Sunday.
Kelly Clontz revs her Suzuki GSX during a Paint the ¼ Pink street bike race, which will raise funds for Bikers Against Breast Cancer, at the Maryland International Raceway in Mechanicsville.