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FAMILY TIES

“It’s great when we turn up in great numbers to show solidarity for a cause”

THE last few issues I’ve talked about the motorcycle family and how we all have a shared passion for bikes and we are all linked because of our love of the motorcycle.

Last weekend I went on a Black Dog Ride that ended at the halfway cafe on the Putty Road. Black Dog is all about depression

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