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Northern NSW : Winter 2014 redo
Post2Coast As reported in the last issue of Rescue, 27 people chose retired postie bikes to fundraise for the Service. The group travelled from Inverell to Newcastle via Mungindi and raised $40,000 for the Service and Kaleidoscope - the John Hunter Hospital Neo-Natal Ward. Post2Coast organiser and NSW Ambulance Officer, Stuart Griffin, said, ‘It’s really only a drop in the water of what our communities get out of having these services. But every little bit counts.’ The 2014 Wests Cycle Classic took the group on a five day mountain bike ride, with an adventurous 350km journey through Port Stephens and the Great Lakes areas. The journey began in Raymond Terrace on Wednesday 12 March, heading to Bulahdelah and then travelling to Boomerang Beach before returning through Shoal Bay and finishing at Broadmeadow. Ride Captain, Bernard Corbett, said it was a dedicated group taking on the 2014 challenge. The riders raised $80,000 that will be put toward the replacement of the main rotor yokes - which are replaced every 5,000 flying hours. Major Sponsors: Wests, Pacific National, Vale, Centennial Coal, Quarry Mining, Bolt Up Mining, Dust Control Solutions Wheels for a Worthy Cause AS THE SUN ROSE EARLY ON SUNDAY 16 MARCH, 30 CYCLISTS RODE INTO NEWCASTLE AFTER COMPLETING THE 19TH ANNUAL WESTS CYCLE CLASSIC. THEY WERE JOINED BY 27 POSTIE BIKE RIDERS WHO HAD JUST COMPLETED THE FINAL LEG OF THE POST2COAST FUNDRAISER. Must-See Photography 8 Rescue Magazine WINTER 2014
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