Ride Against Violence - Auckland NZ

Discussion in 'Other Countries ( Outside USA )' started by Deuceman144, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. Deuceman144

    Deuceman144 Member

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    G'day team,

    There's a Ride Against Violence taking place this Sunday (20th Sept) at noon, starting at the North Harbour Stadium and riding down to the Telstra Stadium, Manukau City. Let's all get behind this great cause and show our support.

    cheers,
    Al

    info available by contacting gbrett@xtra.co.nz
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  2. Joyflyin

    Joyflyin Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator

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    Wish I could be there. :)
     
  3. CatWoman

    CatWoman Active Member

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    I would love to be there, too!!

    Have a great ride and be safe! :rider

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  4. Deuceman144

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    Thanks for the comments :)

    This is a great project and the guys responsible are to be commended for taking the initiative and being in action to make it all happen.

    I met one of the brothers a few weeks ago while taking my daughter out for a day in the park. Genuine guys trying to make a difference - how cool is that :14:

    Quote from the Kiwibiker forum;

    Super Maori Fulla’s Charitable Trust is four brothers from Northland (Kaitaia) who don’t tolerate or condone family violence. They want to spread the Super Maori Fulla message of love and respect for partners and family. The four SMF and their 2008/2009 Harley Davidson’s are touring the ‘It’s not OK’ message on a unique 23 day attention-grabbing motorcycle road trip during February 2009. It starts 6 February 2009 Waitangi Day – a day of hope and celebration.

    Super Maori Fulla’s are Jack Paki and his three brothers Merv, Roger and Mathew Rawiri. They have formed a charitable trust and their patron is Sir Paul Reeves. Also involved is their cousin Pio Terei – singer, actor and comedian who will be joining the brothers at selected events along the way. He will add his unique humour and human insights to the Super Maori Fullas message.

    SMF is essentially a good news story and anybody can be a SMF – regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, religion… as long as they adopt the SMF code of love, attention, respect and care. They believe mums, dads, uncles, aunties, cousins and kids can all be Super Maori Fullas by being loving, caring and respectful of others. They believe in non-violence and are taking this message to the road…and you are invited to join them.

    Kiwi Biker forums - SMF - Super maori fullas ride against family violence NZ TOUR


    Thanks again, we'll have a great day.
    Stay safe y'all
    Al
     
  5. Deuceman144

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    There's a major ride happening 25th to 27th November from Wellington to Ruakaka.

    Check out my Kiwi Riders group in Community for contact details.

    Best,
    Al