FATOI 2014 Birthday Bash & Fundraiser – 8th & 9th February 2014 – Napier, New Zealand
Blimey, as if we haven’t made enough trouble for ourselves…….
Well, here we go again folks, its our 3rd Birthday bash lovingly called The FATOI and its all on for sunny Hawkes Bay.
Yes indeed, we are going to go ‘Wey Hey in the Bay’ for our third birthday and as per usual it will be a mixture of bikes, food, merriment and a bit of fundraising. It promises to be a tip top event so make sure you get the dates in your diary and your best biking undies packed.
Download the information sheet here
Bikers in Blue – Ride for Prostate Cancer Awareness – Sunday 15th September 2013
The Fat Bikers Motorcycle Club are proud to host the annual Bikers in Blue ride for Prostate Cancer on 15th September 2013.
All are welcome for a fun day with fellow bikers supporting the Blue September Prostate Cancer Awareness campaign.
With rides planned for Auckland. Wellington, Tasman and Christchurch, this will truly be a national ride to be part of.
More information to follow…..
FBMC and Riderskills
For rider training, FBMC highly recommends Riderskills for all training needs. From learners, to experienced bikers returning to riding. Discounted rates are currently being negotiated for FBMC members, and their families, we will keep you posted once we know.
Check out Riderskills here
A Quick Word About Our Group Rides
Those of you have been on any of the FBMC rides will know that the days are all about having fun and enjoying a nice, relaxed ride to our destination. Half the fun of the journey is getting there, eh…
As we grow in numbers, all of us need to take into account that our riders vary in experience and ability. At the same time, the types, sizes and performances of bikes are varied and many, exactly how we like it.
With that in mind it is up to all of us to take responsibility for our actions on the road and ensure we ride safely and will the upmost care and attention to our fellow riders and other road users. Crazy speeds, arrogant attitudes, silly maneuvers and selfish road use is dangerous, not fair and not what the FBMC are all about.
The last thing any of us want is an accident on our rides as well as a reputation for that kind of riding. We do this because we enjoy it and that is exactly how the FBMC will remain.
Ride your own way and within the limits you are comfortable with. Give due respect and attention to other riders and keep the racing techniques for the track…..as we say, ‘ Take Care, Ride Safe & Eat Well’