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ENCOURAGING ENTRY OF 90 RIDERS FOR 2016 DJ RALLY FOR CLASSIC MOTORCYCLES
The organisers of this year’s DJ Rally for classic motorcycles are very satisfied with
the entry of 90 riders for this commemorative, two-day regularity trial between
Durban and Johannesburg. There had been some concerns about the number of
entries for the 2016 rally in view of the current economic climate and the rising cost
of competing in this famous event.
“Our original target was 100 entries, but under the circumstances an entry of 90 is
very encouraging,” said Clerk of the Course Ian Holmes, who heads up an organising team made up of members of a various clubs under the overall umbrella
of the Vintage and Veteran Club
Hi Brothers we are planning to give out 50 shoe box gifts to the children at the white Squatter camp north of Pretoria. I am being very honest here I can no longer just see black children benefitting from all the charitable work the brothers do, some of these white children as young as 12 have been forced in prostitution in order to survive, we cannot help everybody but if we can give every kid at this camp a box to open on Xmas day that will have a cracker, Christmas hat, balloons; sweets; Christmas cake and maybe a small toy of sorts etc. it will make their year never mind their day. We have been collecting shoe boxes from the malls, and I am busy with one of the mass stores for bulk sweets, if any of you have contacts with Spars, Pick n Pays etc. any damaged Xmas goodies etc. we will take and we will be packing everything at my warehouse in Midrand anybody will be welcome to help out when we have everything here and need to pack. 2nd hand toys anything as these kids have nothing, so anything is something...you can contact me on 073 777 9269 or my email firstname.lastname@example.org I will appreciate any assistance and will also collect if necessary...MLH&R..
Peter Leonard from Crusaders Motorcycle Club : So this driver, stopped his car, on Thursday afternoon, on the N3 South Bound just before the N12/N17 split. Right when I was fighting for my life, sheer millimetres from being decapitated by a cable hanging from the bridge above. He thought it is best not to be concerned about the person laying bleeding out with servere head trauma, but taking 5L of fuel for his already prepared cars fuel cap for this sole reason. I really hope and pray that the fuel you stole from me whilst I was laying lifeless in the dirt on the side of the hiway, I hope that fuel has helped you travel much further
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Bikers are friendly family type people who care about little old ladies when they are trying to raise funds for the elderly in government run homes.
It is so misunderstood as to what bikers do for this country. That they lead protests such as that against e-toll or that we fight for kids and animal rights. Or is that it?? They hear the word fight and automatically assume that we don boxing gloves and loud hailers?