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  • March 10 Sunday: LIFE EDUCATION CHARITY RIDE (Masterton)

    Sunday 10 March

    Registration 9.30 - 10.00 AM, Copthorne Hotel, State Highway 2, Masterton (south - Solway area)

    Ride leaves at 10.15, southern Wairarapa route, approximately 2 - 2 hours.
    Return to Copthorne Hotel for lunch and spot prizes.

    Registration $10, Badge (optional) $15

    Lunch and refreshments provided: Donations Appreciated

    All proceeds to Life Education Trust

    This is going to be a fantastic ride, for a worthy charity!
    Hope to see you there!!
    See poster for contact details.

    "Life Education is a non-profit organisation. We teach health to 225,000 primary and intermediate school children each year.
    We go into schools by invitation, not by right."
    This article was originally published in forum thread: March 10 Sunday: LIFE EDUCATION CHARITY RIDE (Masterton) started by Radar View original post
    Comments 6 Comments
    1. Radar's Avatar
      Radar -
      Hey guys we now have the badges and they are really great - one of the best I have seen.

      Hope to see you there. We have a fantastic route for the ride and Life Education is a very worthy charity to support.

      Cheers, Radar
    1. The Baron's Avatar
      The Baron -
      Looking forward to this ride.

      Weather is looking good for the day too.
    1. Radar's Avatar
      Radar -
      For those in the Wellington-Hutt-Kapiti area
      who are going to the charity ride in Masterton, you can join a group leaving from

      Rimutaka Caltex on Sunday at 8:30 AM
    1. sizzlingbadger's Avatar
      sizzlingbadger -
      Its for a really good cause and I'm looking forward to meeting all the bikers that turn up and show they have a heart
    1. Radar's Avatar
      Radar -
      Life Education has just told me that there will be a raffle with a prize worth $450,
      of luxury accommodation at a bike friendly place: The White Swan Hotel in Greytown.

      There will also be Spot Prizes.

      Perfect bike riding weather is forecast.
      Its going to be a good ride - see you there!
    1. Hawkeye54's Avatar
      Hawkeye54 -

      It will be good to see how it goes. Weather looks good if not great for the day.