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Ride Calendar June Queens Birthday:

Queens Birthday Monday June 14th—Ride the Divide Hills Riders proudly supporting beyondblue: the national depression initiative. Some have first hand experience of the effects of mental illness, others experience it at a distance, but we all know it ’ s a hard road to travel. Hills Riders would like to help make a difference through this fundraising ride by supporting beyondblue in their efforts to research and raise awareness of this disorder so that help is available. Let your bike friends know, and join us for this great ride. More brochures are available, or use the details on the back of this newsletter to spread the word.

Monday 14th Ride the Divide Monthly Ride: Sunday 27th Toolangi

Watch out for the next newsletter with news of the 2011 March Labour day long weekend ride

July Monthly Ride: Sunday 25th Drouin-Grantville


April Ride to Powelltown was Anzac Day and accurately All monthly rides meet at forecast with some showers. St. Mark’s Emerald Car Park Never to be put off by a at 1.00pm. forecast, we enjoyed a great Always the last Sunday of the month, ride with the showers stopping except December. before we left Emerald. We rode in pleasant weather with a brief stop in Yarra Junction with the Always Arrive With police for a licence and registration check due to the police blitz in A Full Tank the Yarra Ranges that day. It rained while we chatted over coffee and food indoors at Powelltown and the footy fans got to watch the 1st quarter of the Collingwood V Carlton on the bar TV. The sun shone for the ride home, and we caught the final quarter and results Team Leader: Wayne Collins at Emerald’ s Elevation over another coffee at the end of the ride. 0407 824 323 Most satisfying! Deputy: Kyria Perry 0409 291 614 Newsletter: Brian Harlow 0433 018 994 Church Address: 1 Church Street, Emerald Vic. Phone 5968 4046 Email:

Ride for Recognition - proudly supporting beyondblue: the national depression initiative

‘RIDE THE DIVIDE’ Supporting Men's mental health research & awareness


St. Mark’s car park, 1-3 Church St, Emerald REGISTRATION: 8.30am Depart 9.00am sharp COST: $25 per person - includes morning tea and cooked lunch.


Please note: $20 of this cost will be donated to beyondblue. Free beyondblue information and merchandise will be available.

Ride some of our great motorbike roads through the Great Dividing Range - Cathedral Range, Yea Spur, Mount Slide - you can enjoy a day on the bike, enjoy food and friends and Ride for Recognition proudly supporting beyondblue: the national depression initiative For enquires please phone 5968

4046 BH or 0409 291 614 AH

Hills Riders June/July Newsletter  


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