Oldest Bike Day
14 March, 2010
It was Picnic Time at Point England beside the Tamaki River - and time to bring out your oldest bike.
This meant that you could have brought a bike with you that you had bought only the day before.
But several members brought along machines a bit older than that.
Here's Bill unloading his, under the watchful eyes of Pelham and Ray H.
Bill is joined by Annette and Ray M with their beauties.
Scott and mum, Gayleen, arrive back from their ride alongside the Tamaki River.
Lyn and grandson Ethan closely followed by John G, Briar, Pelham and Robyn.
Lyn and Ethan had parked their bikes before Caroll had seen them arrive back.
18 month old Jacob - obviously enjoying himself - on the back of his Dad's bike.
The Parade of oldest bikes.
Bill's is an Empire dating from around 1952.
Keith has a Holdsworth from about the same era.
Annette's bike Mary, named after her mother, is a Phillips dating back to the early 1940s.
Ray's is his wife's Triumph from 1957.
And Pelham has a Raleigh from about 1970.
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