Stuarts Point Bike Show will support men’s shed and the good vessel Sea Shepherd

All beloved two-wheelers can shine. Photo: Pete GAILEY.

AFTER a three-year hiatus, Stuarts Point Men’s Shed is inviting everyone (not just motorcycle riders) to a motorcycle show at Stuarts Point Workers Recreation & Bowls Club on September 9, 2023, for the fourth ‘Stuarts Point Men’s Shed Motorcycle Show’.

Setting up in the rear car-park of the bowls club, organisers expect a rolling museum of old and new motorcycles to educate and amaze all in attendance, with some machines possibly more than 100 years old.

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“The program includes a barbeque lunch, raffles, market-stalls, live musical entertainment and two major holidays as bike show prizes,” said organiser Mark Merritt.

Major prizes will be awarded to winners of two divisions, ‘Most Popular Old Motorcycle’ being any roadworthy motorcycle or scooter thirty years or older, and ‘Most Popular Modern Motorcycle’ being any roadworthy motorcycle or scooter not yet thirty years old.

The Most Popular Motorcycle Overall and its owner will gain recognition on the SPMSMS (Stuarts Point Men’s Shed Motorcycle Show) perpetual trophy.

Judging and voting in each category will be carried out on the day by the attending public, with each vote being one gold coin placed into a ballot box officially attached to nominated motorcycles.

Mark offered inspiration, “entrants are encouraged to tell stories, juggle, sing, tap-dance or tell jokes to win votes for their machines, so there’s no limit to how much enticement and encouragement used to gain votes”.

The nomination fees ($5 per motorcycle) and all monies raised by public voting will go to the Stuarts Point Men’s
Shed, to then be shared equally (50-50) with ‘Sea Shepherd Australia’, to support that vessel and crew’s important work caring for and protecting the wildlife and ecosystems of our oceans.

Sea Shepherd Australia representatives will likely attend the event.

Live entertainment by ‘The Little Ripper Band’ will begin about 10am.

For more information phone Mark on 0427 571 770.


Polish off the dirt and come along to support a couple of great causes. Photo: Macleay Valley Riders Group.

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