Pennsylvania Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. Motorcycle and car enthusiasts are encouraged to sign
up and participate in the event which is being held Sunday July 13, 2014. Money raised benefits the
homeless animals at the Central PA Humane Society (CPHS).
As tradition stands, Bikers for Barkers Motorcycle Benefit Run will meet at Splinter’s Championship
lanes. The CPHS Bikers for Barkers Motorcycle Run has become one of the best charity motorcycle rides
in Pennsylvania. The ride takes a 100 mile tour through the region with stops at Freedom Township Fire
Hall, Off the Rack Restaurant and Pennyruns before returning to Brush Mountain Sportsmen’s Club for
dinner, cold beverages and entertainment in the evening, along with chances to win door prizes.
Music for the day will be provided by DJ By Toby.
Dinner is being catered by Jack’s Grubb Shack.
Participation is just $20, includes event T-shirt, dinner, entertainment, ride and door prize tickets.
There will also be amazing Silent Auction items to bid. All proceeds benefit the homeless animals at the
Central PA Humane Society.
Registration starts at 9:00am, and ends at 11:00am with the ride leaving at 11:30am.
Register before June 14 to ensure express registration the day of the ride, and to lock in your
t-shirt size. Forms are available online at www.centralpahumane.org.
“We have bikers who have been part of Bikers for Barkers each of the past 13 years; they love it! For
their $20 donation, they enjoy a well-organized and safe ride through some of the most beautiful
countryside in the state of Pennsylvania, reuniting friendships and meeting new bike enthusiasts. Then
they have a fantastic meal in a fun atmosphere with music and lots of laughing! You can’t beat this for a
great way to spend a Sunday in July,” noted Sonya Manion, Chair for this year’s event.
Sponsors currently include Admiral Peary Doggie Lodge, American Eagle Paper, City Beverage,
DeGennaro’s, DelGrosso’s Family Amusement Park, Fiore True Value, Full Steam Ahead Hobby, Liberty
Mart and Pine Ridge Bridal.
For more information on the event or to find out how to become a sponsor, please contact Jill Reigh,
CPHS Director of Outreach & Marketing via email at email@example.com via telephone at 814-942-
6900 or visit us online at www.centralpahumane.org.
The Central Pennsylvania Humane Society’s Mission is to prevent animal neglect and cruelty through
education and enforcement while providing a safe haven and finding forever homes for those in need.
The CPHS is a certified 501(c) 3 non-profit and is funded through the generosity of the community. They
receive no government or national humane society funding.