Convoy of bikes raises funds for sporting clubs

Mark Smith of Taree Motorcycle Movers and Tony Love of the Rotary Club of Wingham discuss the logistics of supporting more than 100 riders in the charity ride.

Mark Smith of Taree Motorcycle Movers and Tony Love of the Rotary Club of Wingham discuss the logistics of supporting more than 100 riders in the charity ride.

MORE than 100 motorbikes are set to roll-out of Wingham on Sunday, May 25 and the convoy will raise cash for junior sporting clubs.

May 21 is the deadline for registrations in the Rotary Club of Wingham Charity Motorcycle Bike Ride and organiser, Tony Love is keen to see more riders sign-up to participate in the event.

He hopes to raise "a couple of thousand dollars" but to do that more bums on bikes are needed.

The ride route is Wingham, Gloucester, Stroud, Bulahdelah, Nabiac and Krambach and the registration cost is $40 per rider and $20 pillion.

Tony says 'smoko' will be at Stroud and lunch at Krambach with prizes up to the value of $500 on offer during the day.

This year Mark Smith from Taree Motorcycle Movers will be part of the ride support team.

Registration forms can be collected from Camden Haven Motorcycles, Fine Line Motor cycles, Huett's Mechanical, Mud and Tar Motorcycles, Taree Motor cycles, Port Macquarie Motor cycles, Rock Motorcycles, North Coast V-Twins and Sunne Printing.

For further information contact Tony Love on 0428 506 399.

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