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Tough Enough To Wear Pink Motorcycle

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Horses aren't the only thing being ridden around at the Rodeo in Minot tonight - Magic City Harley Davidson has donated a "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" themed motorcycle for a live raffle after tonight's rodeo.

Tough Enough to Wear Pink is a cancer rehabilitation program in Minot, and all the money made on this bike tonight will go to the organization.

There have already been bids made at up to 8,000 dollars, but they are expected to increase quite a bit as the night goes on.

Jacob Hansen says this is a huge help for the "Tough Enough" program.

(Jacob Hansen, Rodeo Chairman) "Every year, you know, with our cancer rehabilitation program, it's so beneficial to people that we're getting more and more people every year. We need these funds, and we need to sell these shirts, we need to do anything we can to raise money for this program because it truly helps people."

And we will have the amount of money made on the Tough Enough To Wear Pink Harley tonight at 10.

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