Ulysses motorcycle club looks for new members
The Woy Woy Peninsula Ulysses Club is looking for motorcyclists 40 years and older to join the club.
"We are a social club for motorcyclists over the age of 40," said club president Mr Mark Quinlan.
"We have a great variety of rides to cater for all the motorcycle enthusiasts who come along to our weekend ride days.
He said that both men and women with all sorts of bikes were welcome to take part.
"We cater for all."
The motorcycle club has launched a new website and newsletter.
"We are part the largest motorcycle organisation of this kind in Australia.
"The Woy Woy Peninsula branch was started in 2009 and our objective since then has always been to provide a friendly and sociable group of people with a common interest in the riding of motorcycles and to provide ways in which older motorcyclists can get together for companionship and mutual support," he said.
"We also raise money throughout the year to help local charities on the Peninsula.
"Each year we have raised and donated significant finds to charities.
"At the end of 2018, we donated to five local charities: Central Coast Marine Rescue, Pelican Rescue and Research, Shirley Shuttle, Wildlife Carer's Support and Education and Mary Mac's Place.
"All of these charities do a wonderful job helping people or animals in our area," Mr Quinlan said.
"Our rides are held on the first and third Sundays of every month leaving Woy Woy MacDonald's at 9am.
"We all plan to grow old disgracefully," Mr Quinlan said.
Media release, 25 Mar 2019
Lois Jones, Woy Woy Peninsula Ulysses Club