Welcome to the Long Ride™ 4th – 11th May 2013 - CAIRNS
The Long Ride™ is designed to encourage you to do something totally different in your life. It is about life on the road, meeting new people, and exploring yourself as you do something you love to do - ride. The Long Ride™ will enable you to touch upon the freedom seldom experienced by riding around your local area. You can do this by taking a chance, meeting a new challenge and experiencing life on the road through the most beautiful country in the world. There is no better way to spend your time and energy. If you want a challenge, to do something different, if you want to make a contribution to the community, then join the Long Ride™ and visit places you have never been, make new friends and above all make a difference.
Registration for the Long Ride™ 2013
To register your interest in joining the Long Ride™ 2013, contact Chris Dunne at firstname.lastname@example.org The registration for the Long Ride™ 2013 will include the Long Ride™ 2013 patch. The registration is $50 which is a donation to the PCFA. Please ensure that when you do register that you also request a ride shirt and that you are attending the ride dinner in Cairns. Prices for the ride shirt and dinner are on the registration sheet. If you want us to arrange accommodation, please also annotate that on the registration sheet as well.
Registration for the Long Ride™ 2013, accommodation, ride shirts and also the ride dinner will close on Friday 1 February 2013. If you intend to participate in the Long Ride™ 2013, fill in the registration sheet NOW (this includes anyone participating in any stage of the Long Ride™ 2013). Registrations after this date will not be action-ed nor requests for accommodation.
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