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  • Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust Fundraising ride

    Ulysses Auckland Branch is holding the 21st Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust fundraising ride on 14 February 2016
    Start time is 10am and we ask that riders arrive from 9am onwards. The departure point has changed again this year and bikes
    will assemble at the Elliot Street carpark, near the Papakura RSA.
    The ride will end at the Warehouse, Akorangi Drive.

    Buy a T-shirt or badge and be in to win vouchers from Motomail.

    Come along and support a worthy cause.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust Fundraising ride started by Magnificentbetta View original post
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    1. The End's Avatar
      The End -
      Good on ya, hopefully a nice day for it.
    1. caseye's Avatar
      caseye -
      Will be there as always. This outfit saved my mum and dad from certain death 16 years ago. Drunk driver, open road, head on.
      Come on you lot, this wasn't going to happen to my mum and dad, but it DID.
      Without them, I'd have no parents or reason for going to Rotorua this weekend for my dad's 83rd birthday.
      See you there Jane aka sis.
    1. Magnificentbetta's Avatar
      Magnificentbetta -
      That's great to hear. Certainly a number of motorcyclists have needed the helicopter in the last few years. Last years support was down, we would like to make the 21st ride one to remember.
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      Big Dog -
      Nope. No bums on that page...

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