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    pete376403

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  • Pink Ribbon Ride 2019

    The 16th Pink Ribbon Ride is on Sunday 6 October 2019

    All motorcycles, trikes and scooters are invited to this amazing event that proudly supports the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.

    Badges are $20

    Go to www.FaceBook.com/pg/PinkRibbonRide/Events to register.

    The ride will depart from the Auckland Netball Centre, St Johns at 10.30am sharp and end at Western Springs Stadium.

    There'll be coffee, a sausage sizzle and raffle tickets for sale.

    Further info at www.FaceBook.com/pg/PinkRibbonRide or contact Julie 021 614 646, email julie@neale.co.nz

    Looking forward to seeing you there.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: Pink Ribbon Ride 2018 started by Julez View original post