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MECGC EVENT/RIDE CALENDAR

This week at the MECGC… 

Join us on Monday 19th February on our weekly Monday  MECGC Club Ride .  Leaving at 8am from Luv A Coffee at Oxenford.

On Thursday, the 22nd of February is our regular Thursday MECGC Club Ride.  Leaving at 9am from the Clubrooms.  Join us for a chat or coffee from 8:30 on.
Join us on Saturday the 24th of February on our regular weekly Saturday  MECGC Club Ride. Leaving at 8am. Clubrooms open from 7:00am, join us for a chat or coffee beforehand -:)

WAR – Weekend Away Ride – Sat 17th ~ Sun 18th of February

Danny & Steve have made a block booking of rooms at the Telegraph Hotel – Tenterfield however it is up to everyone to contact them & book your own room.
Address: 139 Manners St, Tenterfield NSW 2372
Phone: (02) 6736 1015
Don’t delay & miss out like some did for the RIDE OF THE DAMS.

Steve & Danny’s ride plan.

Leaving the club house 8.30 via Beechmont, Canungra Biddadabbada, Beaudesert, Kerry, short toilet stop at Darlington Park 10 am in the shade. Lions Rd to Summerland Way then right via Grevilia to Woodenbong. Lunch at the pub, menu to come & $10 lunches available. Cafe was closed yesterday. <220 ks 3 hrs plus DST = 12.30 booking. Danny will take us from there to Tenterfield. I will book for Buffet breakfast at Stannum house also $10 per head. I will also book for dinner Telegraph Hotel. 6.00 pm? Danny to lead from Tenterfield Sunday, me from Casino via Nimbin, short stop at Uki, then Chillingham, Numinbah, home. < 150 ks 2.5 hours. Cheers. Steve

More Motorbike Funnies

A Highway Patrolman waited outside a popular biker bar, hoping for a bust. At closing time everyone come out and he spotted his potential quarry. The man was so obviously inebriated that he could barely walk. He stumbled around the parking lot for a few minutes, looking for his motorcycle. After trying his keys on five other bikes, he finally found his own bike. He sat on his motorcycle in a good ten minutes, as the other patrons left. He turned his lights on, then off, and again on and off. He started his engine and pull forward into the grass, then stopped. Finally, he pulled out onto the road and started to drive away. The patrolman, waiting for this, turned on his lights and pulled the man over. He administered the breathalyzer test, and to his great surprise, the man blew a 0.00.  The patrolman was dumbfounded. “This equipment must be broken!” he exclaimed. “I doubt it,” said the man, “You see, tonight I am the designated decoy… I haven’t had a drink all day!”

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