2013 Run


"13th Annual Food Bank Motorcycle Run & Benefit Party" 

Please print our flyer and help spread the word!


Saturday April 27, 2013

Mark your calendar, save the date, get the day off work if you have to. 
Always the last Saturday in April. 
Good people, cool music, hot bikes and a GREAT TIME. 
EVERYONE is welcome... bikes, cars, trucks or your own two feet! 
This is a benefit for The Food Bank of WNY
Food, drink, vendors, bike show, raffles, and much more. 
This is an old time, good time that you'll not soon forget. 
You won't want to miss this event! 
Rain, Snow or Shine! 
If you can't make it for the run, please join us for the Benefit Party. 
One of the BEST PARTIES of the year!
You don't have to be a biker to join in on the fun!

Check out our VIDEOS from previous years.


Come join Buffalo Charities for the 
all proceeds benefit the Food Bank of WNY.

Made In America Store - 900 Maple St.. • Elma
Registration starts at 10am with Kickstands up at 12:30pm
Live country music by the Nashville Recording Artist Ricky Lee!

Wing's Meeting Place, 3964 California Rd in Orchard Park
The Benefit Party kicks off at 1pm with live music by:
Flannel (WNY's Hottest New 90's Rock & Alternative Group)
WidowMaker (Buffalo's #1 Party Band)
Willie May Band (National Blues Recording Artist)
There will be Vendors, Great BBQ and Raffles & Prize Giveaways all day long.

$10 PreSale/$15 Day of Run
Available at:
Made In America Store • Elma
Park Avenue Imprints • Lackawanna
X-Press Sign • West Seneca
Hideaway’s • Hamburg
Carl’s Tattooing • N. Tonawanda
Stylin’ Tattoo • Cheektowaga

For More info go to: www.buffalocharities.org
or call Kelly at 716-713-6789

An 18 and Older Event.


Willie May Band (National Blues Recording Artist)
Willie May has performed in basements, barns, garages, street corners, speak-easies, house trailers, preschool, high school, colleges, radio, television, bars, concert halls, outdoor festival arenas, and inside Attica prison. Willie has taken his original blend of music to the blues clubs from The LaFayette Tap Room in Buffalo to Antones in Austin, TX, The Black Swan in Toronto, The Penny Arcade in Rochester, The Dinosaur BBQ in Syracuse, The Slippery Noodle in Indianapolis, Fat Fish Blue in Cleveland, Bflo Blues in Pittsburgh, and to countless other venues on thousands, yes thousands, of occasions. Willie May has performed back to back on stage with Alvin Lee, Steve Marriott, John Kay and Steppenwolf, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter, Otis Clay, The Climax Blues Band, Zorra Young, Jerry Portnoy, The Legendary Blues Band, Buddy Guy, Lonnie Brooks, Johnny Clyde Copeland, Sue Foley, L.A. Jones, Chris Duarte, Clarence Gatemouth Brown, Stan Szelest, Chris Beard, Rock Bottom, James Cotton, Big Jack Johnson, Dangerous Dan Toler, Derek Trucks, Freddie Salem and many more. The Willie May Band is a 5 time Buffalo Area Music Award winner voted Western New York Blues Beat Magazine's Band of the Year.

Ricky Lee (Nashville Recording Artist)
Ricky Lee has been performing professionally since the age of 16. Born and raised in a railroad town, Altoona, Pa. He has written over 300 songs. He recently recorded his third Nashville CD titled “Ordinary Man”. He has been performing at music events and fairs across the country, building a life long fan base. His captivating vocals and high energy country music show, along with genuine and fun loving spirit, makes him one of country music’s most desired entertainers. He has shared the stage with some of the best known names in the music industry. Some of his most treasured shows were at Brooke Army Medical Center, TX and Fort Carson, CO Army Base entertaining 11,000 soldiers and family during a 4th of July celebration. A true patriot, Ricky Lee is the founder of the American Freedom Tour, providing world-class entertainment throughout the country. In March 2010 he signed a contract with the National VFW to record a patriotic CD titled “Freedom”. This CD will include 12 songs, ten songs of which were written by Ricky. This CD was nationally released in June 2010, with 50% of sales going to help our veterans and service members in need.

WidowMaker (Buffalo's #1 Party Band and Buffalo Music Award's Best Rock Band)
Michael Hund's Widow Maker has become a major force in the Western NY and Northern PA music scene. The band consists of Buffalo guitar legend and Buffalo Music Hall of Fame guitarist Michael Hund, paired up the vocal talents of Alison Rabbitt. Widow Maker has a chemistry and stage show that is unmatched, always taking the energy and musicianship of each show to the next level. Pleasing crowds from Buffalo to Niagara Falls, from the Southtowns to Erie, PA, from West Seneca to Lockport, and everywhere in between.

Flannel (WNY's Hottest New 90's Rock & Alternative Group)
Born in a basement in suburban Buffalo, flannel was formed in order to spread the wonder of 90's grunge and alternative rock. Ideal for any bar, pub, club, outdoor festival, or private party, "flannel" provides all the great sounds and sights associated with one of music's greatest eras.


This is always THE event to kick off the riding season! 

Our goal is to raise enough funds to provide 100,000 meals to those less fortunate right here in our community. 
Contact us If you would like to be a Sponsor, Vendor or just make a Donation.

Each month, 91,000 hungry Western New Yorkers turn to soup kitchens, food pantries, and other emergency food providers -- 40% are children! The Food Bank of WNY is a nonprofit clearinghouse for food solicited from the private sector. The Food Bank distributes product to approximately 500 charitable programs that feed the needy in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie and Niagara Counties. These include food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, day care centers, senior citizen programs, and residential and day programs for the handicapped, youth and those undergoing drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

For most Western New York bikers, April is the official start of the warmer Motorcycle Riding Season! Unfortunately, this year an increasing number of individuals will be standing in line at soup kitchens and food pantries instead. The Food Bank receives most of its donations during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season, so an April event like "The Food Bank Motorcycle Run" really helps at a time when donations are traditionally at a dangerous low point

Check out the links on the left of this page for videos & pics.


Is this still the "Cyberspokes Food Bank Run?"
We've had EIGHT successful years "running the show" which raised $21,397 in cash donations and 11,558 pounds of food, but we've had some family health issues to deal with, so we've decided that we (Cyberspokes) could no longer be the main organizers of the event.
The Food Bank of WNY is a charity near and dear to our hearts so we will always and continue to be one of the main supporters and promoters of this event. We will continue to help out in any way we can. We will also be offering our advice and experience to the new organizers while continuing to promote the event via our web site and events emailer.

We've decided to "pass the torch" to the new organizers. 
As you may know, organizing an event like this takes alot of time, dedication, volunteers and hard work so anything you can do to help out would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!

Check out our VIDEOS from previous years.
Check out the links on the left of this page for pics.

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