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5th Annual Motorcycle Ride Out

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Dorset Voluntary Search and Rescue is holding their 5th Annual Motorcycle Ride Out on 1 July 2007. The event starts at Baiter Park Poole at 1000 ending at Bowleaze Coveway Weymouth at 1400. Entry is £5 per bike with all proceeds going towards Dorset Search and Rescue. Expected turn out is 300 - 400 bikes. All Welcome

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