E.R stands for ENJOY THE RIDE BIKERS.
Enjoy the ride Bikers.
This is our motto.
We ride monthly on every 3rd Saturday (save the dates) and other events will be announced - (movie nights, charity runs, pied piper runs, blood run, etc etc
Enjoy the ride. Wherever we go we want you to enjoy the scenery “God’s Paradise”- take the time to smell the roses. We may not go to every place known to man but we sure want you to enjoy wherever we go. Especially the cafes (☕️😂)
Enjoy one another’s company. We are all different and that should inspire us to allow differing opinions, views etc without feeling threatened. We, men and women, are all equal, highly valued and appreciated no matter your culture, gender or position in life. Be mindful to respect one another at all costs it will make you better for it! Please invite your friends we want to have fun but mostly feel freedom and acceptance.
Enjoy our ride. Being content with ourselves and what we ride can bring peace and enjoyment. We want to encourage all bikers to hop on their motorcycles and feel the freedom that comes from sitting in the saddle and opening up the throttle on the open road and feeling the twisting curves with the breeze in our face. So no matter what you ride we want to see you “enjoying the/your ride” We love all motorcycles from the smallest to the largest, from the uncommon to the common, from one wheel to three or even more! No matter your experience level from learner to speed freak! 🛴🛵🏍
All are welcome.
For more information contact: Chris Wiseman 0459 390 583
Check out our Facebook page for further information
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(1 Peter 2:17 The Message)