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Motorcycle charity rides flourish

Charity ride

It just be the time for motorcycle charity rides as the heat goes out of summer.

MotorbikeWriter has been asked to publish information about coming rides and events and we are always happy to oblige.

Please send your motorcycle charity ride details to and include all relevant information (who, what, when, where, why and how much!) plus some photos.

Here are some of the latest notices:

  • Tex and Bundy motorcycle charity riders
    Tex and Bundy

    Paramedic Charity Ride: North Coast, Hunter Valley and New England riders and pillions on all types of bikes are invited to attend this ride which will be led by Tex and Bundy the bike dog. It starts from the Old School Cafe, 3 Ebor Rd, Wongwibinda, on Friday, March 6 at 11.15am. Cost is $28 adult, $15 child and includes lunch and entertainment. There is a lucky for prize for the furthest bike travelled and all proceeds go to Beyond Blue. To confirm attendance, please email Georgia.

  • Todd Peisley Ride motorcycle charity ride
    Todd Peisley Ride

    Todd Peisley Ride for CareFlight: The former Harley national service manager passed away in Bali in 2012 three days after his wedding. This ride honours his memory. It starts at 9am on March 28 from Fraser Motorcycles Sydney and Capital Harley-Davidson in Orange and ends at the Tarana Hotel. Cost is $35 for riders and $15 for passengers. Funds support CareFlight. To buy a ticket, go to or call (02) 9843 5132.

  • Black Dog Ride
    Black Dog Ride

    Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer: Last year nearly 7000 riders around the country joined this ride to raise awareness of depression and suicide prevention. Since April 2010, Black Dog Ride’s 1 Dayer has raised $430,000. Registrations for the 2015 Black Dog Ride 1 Dayer on Sunday March 22 open soon. Stay tuned for more info on Meanwhile, read all about the annual Black Dog Ride to the Red centre here.

  • Tod Hamilton motorcycle charity ride
    Tod Hamilton

    Tod Hamilton Celebration Ride: This is a celebration of the life of “a rider’s rider” who passed away last weekend. Tod was disabled for much of his adult life and his father has already passed, so his pensioner mother is left with little money and few options for a proper send-off. Riders are asked to throw a minimum of $10 into the donation bucket to support Margaret. The ride starts at the Samford Pub at 8.30am and ends at Cormorant Bay, Lake Wivenhoe. Check the route map.

    Tod Hamilton