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  • The Woodville Lions Club 19th Annual Suzuki Coast to Coast Ride

    The Woodville Lions Club 19th Annual Suzuki Coast to Coast Ride on December 10th goes from Himatangi beach via Woodville to Akitio Beach. Registration is at Himatangi at 9.15am. with the ride departing at 10.15am.

    The entry fee is $20, which includes a light BBQ lunch in Woodville. There is a light Breakfast available at Himatangi (user pays).

    At the end of the day there are spot prizes and a meal available for $12

    Wear your High Viz gear to be in to win petrol vouchers.

    Accommodation is available at the Akitio Beach Camping Ground, bookings are essential, Ph/fax 06 374 3450

    Part of this event is a rural ride, please take care.

    For further information, ph Mike James 0274 456 594.

    All proceeds to Palmerston North Rescue Helicopter
    This article was originally published in forum thread: The Woodville Lions Club 19th Annual Suzuki Coast to Coast Ride started by chanceyy View original post
    Comments 13 Comments
    1. banditrider's Avatar
      banditrider -
      See ya there.
    1. sinfull's Avatar
      sinfull -
      Ahhhh Nope !!! Lol our poker run date this year, Have fun and watch for squids !!
    1. mazz1972's Avatar
      mazz1972 -
      Excellent, really enjoy this ride, but can we have fine weather for once please?!!!
    1. banditrider's Avatar
      banditrider -
      Quote Originally Posted by mazz1972 View Post
      Excellent, really enjoy this ride, but can we have fine weather for once please?!!!
      Nope, it's the Coast to Coast...
    1. Gorgeousplak's Avatar
      Gorgeousplak -
      was soaked through.. leathers and two layers last year.. get out to beach and beautiful sun
    1. SuperSonic's Avatar
      SuperSonic -
      Going to give this mad day a miss this year and go to the track on my new bike, ride safe all and have fun
    1. SuperSonic's Avatar
      SuperSonic -
      Quote Originally Posted by mazz1972 View Post
      Excellent, really enjoy this ride, but can we have fine weather for once please?!!!
      Quote Originally Posted by banditrider View Post
      Nope, it's the Coast to Coast...
      Once again you are wrong BR , looks like sun alround!
    1. sels1's Avatar
      sels1 -
      Prolly wont be there this year - y'all have a good ride.
    1. banditrider's Avatar
      banditrider -
      Quote Originally Posted by SuperSonic View Post
      Once again you are wrong BR , looks like sun alround!
      At least I was game enough to make my prediction in October - you don't see Tamati predicting that far out!

      Also, after about 11 of these - it's been wet more times than dry...looking forward to a sunny one!
    1. sinned's Avatar
      sinned -
      It looks like exceptionally fine weather for this ride. I am going - who else?
    1. banditrider's Avatar
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      banditrider -
    1. Mark Nansett's Avatar
      Mark Nansett -
      Excellent job - thanks Bandit rider...I was on the ride...but didn't much enjoy the bits you didn't show - the windy stuff over the top to Pongaroa in the misty rain - damned glasses and visor fogged up every 2 mins...and the windy stuff from Pongaroa with a stream of faster riders wanting to pour past and enjoy the finish line instead of the ride.Mark