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Bike ride to raise cancer funds

Emily Moller, Caitlyn Groundsrtoem and Andrea Goulding are looking forward to the 7th annual Bumz on Bikes event raising breast cancer awareness and funds for the Cancer Coucil Queensland.
Emily Moller, Caitlyn Groundsrtoem and Andrea Goulding are looking forward to the 7th annual Bumz on Bikes event raising breast cancer awareness and funds for the Cancer Coucil Queensland. Max Fleet

MOTORCYCLE enthusiasts can park their butts on a bike for breast cancer research at an annual ride from Bundaberg to Granite Creek this Sunday.

The seventh Bumz on Bikes ride will leave from the Riverside Parklands at 9.15am before stopping at the Cordalba and Tirroan hotels on the way to Granite Creek. Lunch will be provided by the Miriam Vale Lions.

At Granite Creek, the riders will meet up with the northern leg of Bumz on Bikes, which starts in Gladstone.

“How many people we have varies from year to year, but we do get a number of riders who are not from Bundaberg or Gladstone,” organiser Dianne Moller said.

Mrs Moller said the ride was not restricted to motorbikes and people in cars could also participate.

Registration starts at 7.30am at Riverside Parklands at a cost of $10.



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