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REGISTER NOW for the 12th annual charity motorcycle ride along the unforgettable 280km Forgotten World Highway, (SH43) Taranaki. WELLINGTON ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND
Entry fee $45 - $20 pillion passenger includes lunch ($50 per bike on the day)  REGISTER NOW Check-in 9:00am at the Chateau, Ruapehu Departure 10:15am SUNDAY JANUARY 20, 2019
Chateau to Plateau - from Chateau Tongariro to the Plateau on Mt Egmont/Taranaki. An awesome ride through some of the best scenery on a motor cyclist’s dream road, The Forgotten Highway SH 43. Lunch at the iconic Whangamomona Village, NZ's only republic. Come and join us on Saturday night at Spud’s Schnapps Bar in National Park.  Register now and secure your accommodation [see links] in the Village so you can walk home from Spuds.  All in aid of the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter. Never know just when you may need them. • Fantastic road – didn’t even know it existed! • Congratulations. • Well done! • Brilliant! • “Forgotten World Highway” awesome! In light of this feedback, how could we possibly not have made the “Chateau to Plateau” an Annual event supporting our fantastic Taranaki Rescue Helicopter! This will be the 12th annual Chateau to Plateau event run by the Toko & Districts Lions Club. The ride starts at the Chateau Tongariro on Mt Ruapehu and finishes at the Stratford Plateau on Mt Taranaki/Egmont. Prize giving etc is at the War Memorial Hall in Stratford. The “Forgotten World Highway” from Taumarunui to Stratford is a motor cyclist’s dream road with plenty of corners, big hills and fantastic scenery along a route that is enriched with history from early pioneering days. Lunch is at Whangamomona, the center of New Zealand’s only Republic where one of its past Presidents was Muff the Goat who won the race in a hard fought three way contest. Yes really!!!! A fantastic ride of 260km’s beckons you! Proceeds to the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust. The ride is proudly sponsored by . . . Suzuki - 1 TONNE Quality Motorcycle Apparel - Ravensdown - Ballance The Schnapps Bar - Amity Court Motel DOWNLOAD POSTER
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REGISTER NOW for the 11th annual charity motorcycle ride along the unforgettable 280km Forgotton World Highway, (SH43) Taranaki. AUCKLAND ANNIVERSARY WEEKEND
Entry fee $45 - $20 pillion passenger includes lunch ($50 per bike on the day)  REGISTER NOW Check-in 9:00am at the Chateau, Ruapehu Departure 10:15am SUNDAY JANUARY 28, 2018 DOWNLOAD POSTER
This is the eleventh year of this now legendary event, offering a unique variety of brilliant roads, from the Chateau on Mt Ruapehu to Taumarunui and the Forgotten World Highway - 150km of hills and tight corners with a lunch stop at historic Whangamomona. The ride will pass through Stratford to the Plateau on Mt Egmont/Taranaki, and finish back in Stratford at the War Memorial Centre with drinks, food and prize-giving. What could be better than taking the weekend off, riding to the central North Island on the Saturday, 260km through beautiful countryside on the Sunday and a relaxed ride home on Monday. Saturday evening Meet up at Spud’s Place - the Schnapps Bar in National Park Village right on the main road and handy to all accommodation. Order yourself an excellent bar menu meal and Join in and tell stories about bikes and all manner of important things with other riders over a beer or whatever takes your fancy. Accommodation & registration There is plenty of accommodation in and around National Park but as it is Auckland Anniversary weekend it would pay to be in early. See links page for options. Entry fee; pre registration $45.00 or $50.00 on the day plus $20.00 for a pillion. Proceeds to the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust. The ride is proudly sponsored by . . . Suzuki - 1 TONNE Quality Motorcycle Apparel - Ravensdown - Ballance The Schnapps Bar - Amity Court Motel
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