Founded in 2008, Bikers for Ta-Tas is a committee steered not-for-profit organization highlighted by a fund raising motorcycle run for Breast Cancer.

Nancy Borum and friends got together for a ride to benefit a Breast Cancer cause. She had seen a grandmother and an aunt die from breast cancer. Her mother was a breastcancer survivor and it had hit her family again. In 2010 her sister was diagnosed with the disease. Determined to help her sister and others fight the disease Nancy created an annual fundraiser. Her mother was a 12 yr survivor and her sister is celebrating 6 years cancer free!

 

Outgoing

We, as a group and as individuals are typically a friendly folk! Put bikers together and there will always be a great time! We live our life measured in Smiles per Mile!

Compassionate

While some of us may have a rough exterior, we pride ourselves in looking out for others. We pay if forward more than any other loose knit group out there!

Giving

To date we have donated $189,700.00 to UnityPoint Health Methodist Proctor to help fund the mobile mammovan and free screening mammograms for women. Lets make 2016 another great year for saving Ta-Tas!! 

July 16, 2016

Each year the ride is between 130 and 150 miles in the hot sun. The goal this year (2016) is to raise over $50,000 to help under-insured or uninsured women get the education and screenings they need. Parked at ride headquarters, the Methodist Mobile Mammography van will provide free qualified screenings through the day Saturday. The van from Methodist Medical Center serves an area with a radius of over 100 miles, almost the distance the motorcycles on the ride will cover.

 

 

We come together, while different in everyday life, we have a common bond. We love to ride. We love to give.

 

We ARE Bikers For Ta-Tas. 

 

 

Know the risk

 

U.S. Breast Cancer Statistics. About 1 in 8 U.S. women (about 12%) will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. In 2015, an estimated 231,840 new cases of invasive breast cancer are expected to be diagnosed in women in the U.S., along with 60,290 new cases of non-invasive (in situ) breast cancer.

 

 
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