Rides & Social Events

We want you!!!

MMUG members, a fantastic effort has been done over the years on the Mandurah Motorcycle Charity Ride which you should rightly be proud of.  To see the roads lined with smiling faces (adults and children alike) – all of whom brave rather warm conditions to wave bikes on as they head from Pinjarra to the Foreshore all in the name of Charity – is very special.  And it is awesome that no matter what you ride, or what group you ride with, everyone just joins in and gives it their all.

As you know, Alan (Big Al) Aston and Pam Bennett will be stepping aside this year and I am pleased to stand in and head up the team for the 2014 Charity Ride.  Their shoes are going to hard to fill as Alan & Pam, along with their trusty team, have done a tremendous job of organising the event in conjunction with Freemasons.

As the saying goes ”many hands make light work” (or something similar) and, as mentioned at the meeting on Thursday, I am looking for volunteers to assist with this year’s event.  If you can spare some time to come on board and help out this year, can you please drop me an email.

I understand from Alan that the Freemasons are intending to have meeting to look at what worked / didn’t work at last year’s event; I am sure we all have our own thoughts on that but, at the end of the day, this is a new year and we work onwards and upwards to make this year’s event another memorable occasion

Thanks in advance and look forward to working with you on the 23rd Annual Mandurah Motorcycle Charity Ride.



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About our Rides

WE MEET AT The ROOF TOP CAR PARK, BEHIND CALTEX/ MACCAS at the Mandurah Forum on Pinjarra Rd

All rides leave at  9AM. Unless otherwise stated in the information of that ride.

Every body 40 years and plus is welcome.  All riders are asked to arrive  15 minutes prior to the leave time, so they can be ready and fueled up to go at the departure time. This also allows for some communication about the ride.

We use 2nd man marker cornering system. This means that  if the ride leader is turning a corner, the person behind the ride leader stops at or before the corner in a safe position and indicates where the rest of the group are to turn AND STAYS THERE until tail end charlie arrives.

If the second person forgets to mark the corner or is a trike, the next person is to pick up the corner marking role. Often it is not safe for trikes to mark a corner.

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