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McGinlay is hands on with Where's Joe Rider campaign

Clr Pat McGinlay joined more than twenty local motorbike enthusiasts at the Council Chambers forecourt on Friday morning.

They were there to wrap up a successful week of Spot Joe Rider, Council’s motorcycle awareness campaign. Clr McGinlay, a long time rider himself, said Joe Rider was “all about flying the flag for tolerance and awareness on our roads.”

“It’s been a great week with good turnouts in each town,” he said.

“Best of all, a good cross-section of riders - men, women, P-platers, even an 87-year old – have joined in the fun to promote a serious safety message during Motorcycle Awareness Month.”

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