REMEMBRANCE RIDE: The Northern Rivers Blue Liners off to commemorate fallen colleagues: (l-r) Ted Humphrey, Glen Essery, Barry Riordan and Graham Bultitude.
REMEMBRANCE RIDE: The Northern Rivers Blue Liners off to commemorate fallen colleagues: (l-r) Ted Humphrey, Glen Essery, Barry Riordan and Graham Bultitude.

Blueliners get on their bikes

MEMBERS of the Northern Rivers Blue Liners motorcycle club, a group of ex-police officers and friends, will be making the trip to Sydney and Canberra to take part in the annual Wall to Wall Ride for Remembrance.

The ride is dedicated to the memory of police men and women who have died in the line of duty.

Leaving Lismore today (Thursday, September 13) for a charity dinner at Tamworth, the group will join up with an anticipated 1500 riders at the Domain on Saturday where a service will be held at the Wall of Remembrance.

Riders are expected to come from all parts of Australia and Lismore's Graham Bultitude said it was a great experience to be a part of.

The ride then proceeds to Canberra's Wall of Remembrance.


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