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Te Horo School on track for Charity Ride
Te Horo School Charity Trail Ride is on May 19.

The Te Horo School Charity Trail Ride is being Hosted by Horowhenua Motorcycle Club Inc on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 8:30 AM 3 PM.

See all entry details below.

Otaki Gorge Road, Otaki
Signposted or arrowed from the intersection of SH1 and Otaki Gorge Road, just south of the Otaki bridge

Sign in: 8.30am
Rider Briefing: 9.45am Don't be late!!!!
Kick Off: 10am
We will do our best to stick to these times and your patience is appreciated if we are running a tad behind. Please aim to arrive WELL BEFORE 9.45am.

Cost per rider: main track $40, kids track $15. Includes Lunch
HMCC members receive a $5 discount on the entry fee.

TRACK DETAILS:
We will update facebook as details come available.

ENTRY CONDITIONS - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
Most rides suitable for two and four wheelers of all ability levels - ring the infoline for more information.
All riders must wear helmet, gloves, long sleeves and sturdy long trousers (no shorts or t-shirts).
Riders of all bikes 65cc & over must wear motorcycle boots (no work boots etc).
Kids & learners tracks available at all rides.
All motorcycles must have adequate mufflers, functional brakes and good offroad tyres.
All riders must stay on the marked track and obey Marshals at all times.
No pillions.
Riding in reverse against the flow of the ride is strictly forbidden.
No dogs
You are REQUIRED to bring a toolkit/spares for YOUR bike.
Quads carry tow rope.
No alcohol.
By entering an event, you agree to comply with rules as listed here, given at rider briefing, or as set down by Motorcycling NZ.

Subject to change: for further information, ride changes, or cancellations, phone our infoline 027 620 6016 (normal calls to cellphone charges will apply), check facebook, or see events list on our website www.hmcc.co.nz.

All events run under permits issued by Motorcycling New Zealand.

Funds raised go to Te Horo School

 
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