Come ready with your motorcycles and help raise money for the American Cancer Society at the Cruzin’ for a Cause event starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 23, at Stephenville City Park.

The event was first organized by Danny Boucher five years ago and has been going ever since. This year's goal is to reach $1,000 for the ACS.

“He has lost several family members to cancer, and he’s also had a battle with it himself so this is a dear cause for him,” Michelle Boucher, Danny’s wife, said.

The event is sponsored by Thunder Roads Texas Magazine and will feature a 100-mile ride through the country that will start at and end at the Stephenville City Park followed by a crawfish boil.

The registration fee is $20 per bike with one rider and $25 per bike with two riders. Kick stands go up at 10 a.m. and the cruz begins.

Each registered rider gets one free pound of crawfish with potatoes and corn, and for those wanting more it’s $10 per pound. The crawfish is by award winning competitive crawfish cook Trey White. For those who don’t fancy crawfish, The Knights of Pythias are providing hot dogs, chips and drinks for $5 as well.

And if you don’t ride a bike, you’re still welcome to come hang out and enjoy the good food.

“Anyone can come out and eat the crawfish, it’s $10 a pound,” Boucher said. “Come out and eat some real crawfish cooked by a real Cajun.”

For more information about the Cruzin’ For A Cause event, contact Michelle Boucher at