Be a champion to kids with brain tumors at the Indianapolis GP

This month, you can ride with a racing legend while making a difference to children with a deadly disease.

Kevin Schwantz will lead the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® Lap of Champions on Saturday, Aug. 27 during the Red Bull Indianapolis GP. Sign up now to take a parade lap with him around the world-class Indianapolis Motor Speedway!

You'll also get the chance to win some dream gear, starting with a custom-painted 2010 Honda CBR600RR, courtesy of Deals Gap Motorcycle Resort. Other great drawing prizes include an AGV helmet, a set of Dunlop tires, a pair of SIDI Cobra boots, a Dainese riding jacket, an Olympia Moto Sports riding suit, Tourmaster luggage, and a Cardo Systems Scala Rider.

Register now for the Lap of Champions!

* For $100, you get one pass to ride on the track and a commemorative T-shirt.
* For $325, you get one pass to ride, one 3-day pass to the Indianapolis GP, reserved Penthouse seating, and a commemorative T-shirt and hat.
* For $450, you get one pass to ride, two 3-day passes to the Indianapolis GP, reserved Penthouse seating, and two commemorative T-shirts and hats.

All participants receive one drawing ticket. You must be over 18 to enter, and must be present to win. No purchase necessary. Go to rideforkids.org for complete drawing rules.

Registration for the three-day packages ends on Sunday, Aug. 7. Tickets to ride only will be available online until Wednesday, Aug. 24. They will also be available while supplies last at the Ride for Kids® area next to the Museum inside the Speedway on Friday, Aug. 26 and on Saturday, Aug. 27 until noon.

The host hotel for the Lap of Champions is the Radisson Hotel Indianapolis Airport, 2500 S. High School Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46241. Call 800-395-7046 and ask for the Ride for Kids® rate of $79/night. The hotel will donate 10 percent of your total bill to the PBTF.
Register today to reserve your spot!

About the PBTF Ride for Kids®
Ride for Kids® supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation® (PBTF) by funding medical research and family support programs. We thank our presenting sponsor, Honda Riders Club of America, and our national insurance sponsor, GEICO. The next Ride for Kids® events are on Aug. 7 in New York, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Learn more at www.rideforkids.org or call 800-253-6530.

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