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Thursday, 1 August 2019

REMARKABLE RIDERS, Coalface, Singleton

Coalface, Singleton, General News, 01 Aug 2019

COAL MINERS AND PASSIONATE CYCLISTS ARE COMING TOGETHER FOR A GREAT CAUSE, CYCLING THEIR WAY FROM THE GOLD COAST TO NEWCASTLE OVERIO DAYS FROM SEPTEMBER 6. Raising funds for Camp Quality and giving kids facing cancer the chance to be kids again, the hardworking cyclists and support crew will put their foot to the pedal after year-round training and fundraising. The l,OOOKs 4 Kids bike ride first started in 2011 with 19 participants and has grown from there, Mount Pleasant Operations, Luke Redgrove from MountThorleyWarkworth, Simon Mead from Wambo Coal, Jayden Rowett from Hunter Valley Operations, Jarrod Baker from ARTC, Brad Harris from Bloomfield Group, Jarret Pacheco from MTI Group, Andy Olrich from Port Waratah Coal Services and Peter Hodgson from Quarry Mining. The dedicated cyclists will be riding a whopping 1030 kilometres, so be sure to get on board and support these legends today. You can donate to a particular rider or team orjump on and donate to the event as a whole. this year being the largest ever group of62 riders keen to chuck on the lycra and ride across the country. The ride will start at Movie World on the Gold Coast and over the next 10 days riders will make their way back to The Bradford Hotel in Rutherford, stopping at Murwillimbah, Casino, Grafton, Dorrigo, Guyra, Walcha, Tamworth, Murrurundi and Muswellbrook along the way. Miners have united from all over the Hunter including Anthony Fleming from Sedgman EVERY BIT COUNTS

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