LPSC Mayor, Councillor Hope, said following the success of the Pigs ‘n’ Pine Rally Council is now looking forward to April 28, 29 and 30 when the inaugural Magpie Bike Fest will be held in Quirindi.
“The majority of the events will be centred around the Caravan Park Precinct and will include events such as a Show and Shine, a Poker Run raising money for the Rotary Club of Quirindi, plus guided tours around the Liverpool Plains. Camping sites which include showers and toilets will cost $10 per person per night. Another feature of the weekend will be a Motorcycle Film Festival at the Quirindi Royal Theatre. Movies featured will be Wild Hogs, Closer to the Edge, The World’s Fastest Indian, 12 O’clock Boys and The Motorcycle Diaries. More details and bookings at www.trybooking.com/PBEE or call 6746 1755,” Councillor Hope conluded.
Rally attendees participated in many events and games including nail driving and gum boot
throwing competitions. Lighting was erected at the oval prior to the event.
There were bikes of many makes
and models at Spring Ridg
Prior to the rally local contractors erected a new ablution block at
Spring Ridge Oval which will also serve Freedom Campers into the future.
Visitors came from far and wide and young and old had a great time with plenty to see and do.
Chairman of Bikers Australia New England branch, Charlie (CEEJAY) Canham with LPSC Mayor Councillor Andrew Hope and Deputy Mayor Councillor Doug Hawkins. Councillors Hope and Hawkins rode their own bikes to the rally. Councillor Hope said a great time was had by all and thanked Bikers Australia for choosing Spring Ridge as a rally destination.
Bikers Australia members from the Central West attended the rally.
Visitors to the Pigs ‘n’ Pine rally camped in swags and tents large and small.