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  • WIMA Auckland 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride 2nd October 2011

    WIMA Auckland present the 8th Annual 2011 Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride
    Proudly supporting The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.

    All motorcyclists, women, men, trikes and scooters welcome.

    Date: Sunday 2nd October 2011
    Venue: Auckland Netball Centre Car Park, 7 Allison Ferguson Drive, St Johns, Auckland
    Depart: 10.30am sharp!
    End: Western Springs Stadium Car Park
    Badges: $10.00
    T Shirts: $20.00
    Raffle: $5.00
    BBQ: $2.00

    Queries: Julez 021 614 646 or visit www.wima.org.nz
    This article was originally published in forum thread: WIMA Auckland 8th Annual Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride 2nd October 2011 started by Lucyloo View original post
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    1. jade911's Avatar
      jade911 -


      just uploaded my vid of the pink ribbon ride
    1. hellokitty's Avatar
      hellokitty -
      Quote Originally Posted by jade911 View Post


      just uploaded my vid of the pink ribbon ride
      I am there at 30 seconds on the white Harley and the pink mohawk on a black helmet!!!!!!!!
    1. hellokitty's Avatar
      hellokitty -
      Was a great day today, all different types of people coming together for a good cause - shame there was one group whose attitude spoiled it.
      Loved the big tough guys buying the pink t-shirts always the scary looking ones that are so friendly and approachable.
    1. Motorcycle Recovery's Avatar
      Motorcycle Recovery -
      What a great day, yet again well organised and lots of supporters despite the weather!
      It was great to see such a range of bikes and from the recovery side we were a little bit busier this year but only five bikes reporting problems to me and of those only two required a lift home
      Thanks for the invitation to attend again, we always have lots of fun on these charity rides.
      See y'all again next year!
      Kevin
    1. hellokitty's Avatar
      hellokitty -
      Quote Originally Posted by Motorcycle Recovery View Post
      the recovery side we were a little bit busier this year but only five bikes reporting problems to me and of those only two required a lift home
      Thanks Kevin for the moral support at the begining of the ride... (white Harley that had no spark) It did the same thing later when I wanted to go home! Thanks to Fat Max and Caseye (and Dave) for getting me going again!
    1. Motorcycle Recovery's Avatar
      Motorcycle Recovery -
      Quote Originally Posted by hellokitty View Post
      Thanks Kevin for the moral support at the begining of the ride... (white Harley that had no spark) It did the same thing later when I wanted to go home! Thanks to Fat Max and Caseye (and Dave) for getting me going again!
      haha no worries, thats what I'm here for Let me know if you need a hand to get her in to be looked at, looks like the weather this week is going to turn nasty on us.
    1. Hanne's Avatar
      Hanne -
      A few pictures are now up on the KiwiRider website

      Thanks to all the WIMA ladies and their minions for a great ride!
    1. Little Miss Trouble's Avatar
      Little Miss Trouble -
      Quote Originally Posted by hellokitty View Post
      Was a great day today, all different types of people coming together for a good cause - shame there was one group whose attitude spoiled it.
      Loved the big tough guys buying the pink t-shirts always the scary looking ones that are so friendly and approachable.
      Told ya chicky, don't focus on those few but rather the hundreds of others who turned out to make the day a success once again

      Quote Originally Posted by Hanne View Post
      A few pictures are now up on the KiwiRider website

      Thanks to all the WIMA ladies and their minions for a great ride!
      I didn't realise just how bright my hair was until I saw photos with the WIMA hi-viz vests in the background!



      Fantastic day once again, found myself wishing my Nan was still mobile enough to join the survivors who rode as pillion, sadly I think even a cruiser would be too difficult for her now, even if she does still joke about nicking my R6 for a ride!
    1. Blackbird's Avatar
      Blackbird -
      Loved every minute of it and a fantastic cause. I came round from Coromandel to help marshalling with the Institute of Advanced Motorists. I'm second from the left with the fetching pink hi-viz to go with the silver and black leathers

      Would love to come again next year - what a blast!

      Roger Fleming has some great pictures on his blog: http://rogerfleming-raftnn.blogspot....bbon-ride.html
    1. MadDuck's Avatar
      MadDuck -
      It as a fantastic day thats for sure.

      Its always great to see everyone dressing in Pink and getting into the spirit of it and werent the crowd on Quay Street just awesome?
    1. hellokitty's Avatar
      hellokitty -
      Great pictures - Roger Fleming!
      That is my bike in the third photo with the pink butterfly on the sissy bar of my Harley, and that is me in the pink jacket in photo 11
      A great day and a great cause! Proud to be a WIMA chick!
    1. Fatt Max's Avatar
      Fatt Max -
      A brilliant event, had a great time with great people all for a great cause.

      Good onya WIMA and your supporters for organising the event and good on all the riders who turned out on the day.

      Proud to have been there, thanks all
    1. Trojan's Avatar
      Trojan -
      BIG DAY
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