The 39th Annual Perth Bikers Charity Ride®. The Perth Biker’s Charity Ride is 39 years old in 2014, the longest running motorcycle charity event in Australia.
The first ride was in 1975 when around 40 members of Bikes Unlimited rode to Sister Kate’s Orphanage with toys for the kids, who weren’t there because they’d been sent to people’s homes for Christmas.
Every year on the first Saturday of December, thousands of motorcyclists now gather together in Belmont, some dressed up, others with their bikes dressed up and others again doing both, then set off to Arena Joondalup with all their gifts for the Salvos.
In 2014 the Perth Biker’s Charity Ride will start Lathlain Park (home of Perth Football Club and now called Brownes Stadium) in the car park alongside Roberts Rd, the riders leaving at 11.00am SHARP!
Cost: There is no entry fee to this event. Please be aware that this event is not just for clubs. The only pre-requisites are that every participant must be on a motorcycle and that you be bearing a gift for the Salvation Army Christmas Appeal.