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Cruise for a cause with the Red Knights
The Red Knights motorcycle club is especially for current or retired members of the fire services and their immediate family members. But it’s more than just a group of people going on bike rides.
Club members do enjoy socialising while on motorcycle rides, but they also take part in charitable and educational activities to help community members, to promote motorcycle safety and increase fire awareness.
There are 15 Red Knights groups (called chapters) in Australia and 10 of them are in Victoria based at Craigieburn, Bendigo, Geelong, Narre Warren, Sale, Yarra Valley, Wonthaggi, Wyndham, Lockington and Ballarat.
Dave Freeman, president of Red Knights Australia Chapter 3 based in the Geelong area, always welcomes new club members.
“Members of Red Knights have in common the pleasure of riding bikes, staying upright and promoting fire awareness and motor cycle safety,” said Dave.
“Most of us have motorcycling war stories which we all understand. We’re always willing to listen to each other’s riding adventures, have a laugh and enjoy the company of like-minded people.”