Having consistentlydonated to local charities since 1987, the Singleton Classic MotorcycleClubhas generously given $2000 to the Singleton Council Appeal in a bid to continue to support local charities benefiting thecommunity.
CHARITABLE EFFORTS: Secretary Daniel Guillon (right) awarding Singleton Cancer Appeal treasurer John Sullivan (left) a cheque for $2000 on behalf of the Singleton Classic Motorcycle Club.
The non for profit club has previously donated to organisations such asthe Westpac helicopter, cervical cancer appeals andthe Ronald McDonald House as well as donating equipment to varioushospitals.
In order to raise donation funds, the club hosts a range of events including an annual rally ride which will be held this May.
The rally is a leisurely ride around the Hunter Valleyin whichmotorcycle enthusiasts get the chance to enjoy the local area and showcase their motorcycles.
Singleton Classic Motorcycle Club secretary Daniel Guillon says the ride is a great social event.
“We encourage motorcyclists from everywhere to come and enjoy the ride,” Daniel says.
“We charge a small entry fee of $25 which includes a badge and the cost of lunch.”
Previously, the Club has seen a strong turn out for the event, with up to 170 starters in last years event.
The noncompetitive ride will begin on Saturday May 7 at 9.30am from the Singleton showground.
Somewhere along the road, the riders will stop for a short break before heading back to the showground where a lunch will be held.
Classic motorcycles older than 30 years will also be judged and trophies will be awarded to the lucky winners at a presentation on Saturday night.
A motorcycle will also be up for grabs in a raffle on Saturday night and onSunday, anotherride will be held before saying farewelluntil next year’s event.
Don’t miss your chance to hit the road for a good causeand support the Singleton Classic Motorcycle Club in continuing their charitable efforts this May.
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