Next Ride 20 September 2020
Auckland, Waikato, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch, Invercargill

Event Details

When: Sunday 20 September 2020

Where: Locations: Auckland, Waikato, Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Invercargill.  

Fees: TBC








Bikers in Blue Ambassador Ray Woolf MNZM is one of New Zealand’s more well-known entertainers. He was diagnosed with prostate cancer several years ago, picked up during routine blood tests while managing Type 1 diabetes. Ray had surgery in 2012, is now cancer free and encourages other men to be proactive and have regular checks.

The Bikers in Blue motorcycle ride is a symbol of support for the many people who have been affected by prostate cancer. Bikers ditch their traditional black leathers for wacky blue outfits to raise funds to help with prostate cancer research and support those living with the disease. This is a great opportunity for fellow bikers to come together to enjoy a day of fun for a great cause. This September we are calling for all bikers to register and come together in support of Kiwi men. Save the date, full details of this year’s event will be posted here as they are confirmed. 

Indian Motorcycle takes on Bikers in Blue supporting Kiwi men affected by prostate cancer

The Prostate Cancer Foundation is proud to announce a new partnership with Indian Motorcycle as a major sponsor of Bikers in Blue. “We all know someone that has been affected by prostate cancer and as such, it is important that we do our part to help raise awareness for this disease and help break the stigma around regular testing,” says Indian Motorcycle’s Country Manager Glenn Veal. Check out the 2019 line up.

Prostate Cancer Foundation

The Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand is the lead charity focusing on male-specific cancers, prostate and testicular, in New Zealand. The Foundation actively promotes public awareness of these diseases particularly through the annual Blue September campaign. We provide support for men and their families who are living with the disease, fund research that will improve diagnosis and treatment, and advocate for patients. With no Government funding, we appreciate the support of our supporters, donors and sponsors.