Posted by Valerie Craigie on 26 Apr 11
1,027 miles covered by four bikers over Easter Weekend in aid of the Niall Mellon Township Trust.
4 volunteers for the Niall Mellon Township Trust embarked on a motorbike ride traversing the four farthest compass points of the entire country starting on Good Friday, April 22nd at the Papal Cross, Phoenix Park at 8.30am. The trip is 1,027 miles.
Joe Morris, Kells, Damien O’Kane, from Strabane, Eric Guilfoyle and Ciara Kelleher, Dublin all motorbike enthusiasts set out on Good Friday in aid of the Niall Mellon Township Trust.
Along the route they were joined by motorbikes, big & small, some who went on a short spin and others for the entire route! The journey took four days and they travelled 1,027 miles finishing back at the Phoenix Park on Easter Monday. The four bikers are heading out on the Niall Mellon Township Trust Building Blitz from November 12th-19th at Witstand, Cape Town.
Well Done Guys!