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Northern NSW : Rescue Aut 2016
One of the community’s most successful fundraising events has celebrated its 21st anniversary. This year’s Wests Cycle Classic began on 16 March taking a team of about 30 riders and a volunteer support crew on a 360km, five-day ride touring Bulahdelah, Gloucester and Dungog. Over the past two decades the ride has travelled through regions that know only too well the benefits of having a dedicated aeromedical service. This year riders visited Barrington Public School to enjoy morning tea with students while they talked about the work of the Rescue Helicopter and bicycle safety. Ride Captain Bernard Corbett said the 2016 course was designed to challenge some veterans and newcomers. ‘ Our riders make up a dedicated group that puts in an outstanding physical effort to support the Service. They are well supported by Centennial Coal, Quarry Mining, Pacific National, Orica, Coal Services and of course Wests,’ Mr Corbett said. Knights CEO, Matt Gidley, and Service General Manager, Richard Jones, joined the riders on the home leg of the ride from Maitland to the Broadmeadow Base. Wests Cycle Classic celebrates 21 years Riders and volunteers made a short stop on the home leg via Hunter Stadium Rescue Magazine AUTUMN 2016 6
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