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Cruiser Customizing team (left to right) Bill Perrin, Ron Brown, CEO Uwe Druckenmueller and Kyle Bradshaw kick off California Autism Foundation support for 2006.

Cruiser Customizing Announces Fundraising Effort for the California Autism Foundation

Motorcycle "Ride for a Better Chance" Poker Run on August 20

Livermore, CA - June 26, 2006. Cruiser Customizing, Inc., a leading online reseller of motorcycle parts, accessories and apparel with 100,000 members, announced a new fundraising effort for the California Autism Foundation.

As Presenting Sponsor for the California Autism Foundation's Second Annual Ride for a Better Chance, Cruiser Customizing has already helped raise over $10,000. The motorcycle poker run takes place Sunday, August 20, 2006, with race registration from 9am until 11am at Cruiser Customizing's Showroom, located at 4671 Los Positas Road, Livermore, and ending at the California Autism Foundation located at 4075 Lakeside Drive in Richmond. All proceeds go directly to the Foundation, which provides services, employment, education and housing for people with autism.

"This year, though our partnership with Cruiser Customizing, we're reaching out to the motorcycle community in a big way," said Ronald Hamilton, development director of the California Autism Foundation. "We're planning a great three-hour ride. And if you can't participate in person, we have a new feature on our web site called 'Virtual Rider'."

For more information, please visit Entry fees are $25.00 for individual riders, $45.00 for a couple, $20 for a virtual rider attending the event, and $15.00 for a virtual rider not attending the event. Riders must be 18 to participate.

About Cruiser Customizing, Inc.

Cruiser Customizing, Inc., located in Livermore California, is a leading online reseller of motorcycle parts, accessories and apparel. In just a few short years, it has developed a member base of over 100,000. Its community of users is one of its primary strengths: feedback leads to better selection of products and overall customer satisfaction. The company can be reached at

About The California Autism Foundation

The California Autism Foundation provides people with autism and other developmental disabilities the best possible opportunities for lifetime support, training and involvement. Our goal is to assist our clients to reach their highest potential for independence, productivity, and fulfillment. For information: