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[23/10] Pink Ribbon Ride


2005 Pink Ribbon Ride Photo


October is National Breast Cancer month.
The pink ribbon is the international symbol for breast cancer awareness.

Every year motorcyclists of Australia turn out in their thousands to help in the fight against breast cancer.

The NSW Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride will be held on 23th October 2005 along with similar events in other capital cities around Australia (click HERE for details on the NEWCASTLE pink ribbon ride).

Riders are to meet 9am at Panthers, North Richmond. From there, visit the Trivia Quest checkpoints and return to Panthers, North Richmond, for lunch & prizes.

We'll have some special prizes for early registration. Go to our 'Registration' page to download the form. It is still only $10 to register.

Last year we had 900 riders registered. This year you can be part of the first Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride to top the thousand mark!
Don't miss out!

This ride is for EVERYONE!

The Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride is for all motorcycle and scooter riders, young and old, male and female. Everyone has a great day out and the satisfaction of knowing that they are supporting a great cause.

On behalf of ride organisers, the Women's International Motorcycle Association (WIMA) would like to thank all the motorcyclists of Australia who helped to make the 2003 Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride such a huge success.

Download a Registration form from the box on the right and post it in.

See Pink Ribbon Website for more information

9 am Registration opens, Panthers, North Richmond.
10 am Best Dressed Bike and Scooter result and Ride departure
11 am Registration closes
12:30 pm Checkpoints close
1 pm All Riders return to Panthers, North Ricmonnd and return Trivia Forms
2 pm Thank you and award of prizes – you need to be present to win!
2:45 pm The ride home

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