Local streets will be buzzing on Saturday, as volunteers from Mandurah-Murray Ulysses Group roll into town for one of the community’s favourite Christmas traditions.
The annual Christmas charity ride will see hundreds of riders roaring over Mandurah’s new bridge on December 9.
Now in its 26th year, the annual charity event provides toys, food and money for needy children all over the region.
The event will commence at Sir Ross McLarty Oval in Pinjarra on December 9 at 10am.
The ride will finish at Halls Park on the Western Forshore.
There will be stalls, a sausage sizzle and entertainment available on the day.
The ride is a well-loved tradition and a highlight on many Mandurah residents’ calendars.
The group has anticipated 750 riders this year, up from about 600 last ride.
Organiser Brian Stone urged the community to donate what they could.
This year the group is seeking more money and food donations, rather than toys.
Cost of registration is $5 per person, which includes one free entry into the door prize.
For enquiries contact Pam on 0435833237 or Ian on 0413513049.
For more information visit the event’s Facebook page.