CYBER RIDERS

THE CYBER RIDERS CLUB

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RIDING DOWN HILL AND WALKING UP HILL –  THAT’S LIFE

 

NEWSLETTER NUMBER 3

“THE CYBER RIDERS CLUB MEMBERSHIP UPDATE JUNE 2009″ 

  NEW MEMBER

It is with great pleasure that I, Harry Handlebar, as President and Founding Member, of the Cyber Riders Club announce that the following Cycavatar has been granted full membership with all the rights and privileges pertaining thereto. 

The new member Bruced Balls is declared to be member no 10.

Bruced has made the transition from Real Road Rider to Cyber Rider in the last few days. His decision to transit was caused by a recent argument with the pavement which has given him a new face at a cost in excess of $5000. Not a bad job but he now needs a new passport and his young child thinks her mummy has a new boyfriend.

I am personally very upset for both Bruced and the pavement firstly because it was my old steed that Bruced was riding and secondly the pavement had recently been painted with new white lane markers which now have blood and scuff marks all over them. My thoughts go out to both of them.

I also take the opportunity to welcome our newly appointed Honorary Patron Kylie . The Honorary appointment and Honorary life membership coincides with her 40th birthday on 28th May 2009. Happy birthday Kylie.

No doubt Kylie got her great rear end from the many hours she has devoted to cyber cycling. You too, in time, can achieve that look. Go visit Kylie she is the best.

Current membership

  • HON PATRON  and Hon Life Member   KYLIE
  • Harry Handlebar member no 1
  • Daisy Chain member no 2 
  • Tim Tyre member no 3
  • Court Racing member no 4 
  • Northern Bell member no 5 
  • Anna Spanner member no 6 
  • Dennis Downhill member no 7 
  • Pat Puncture member no 8 
  • Ian Innatube member no 9
  • Bruced Balls member no 10

 Yours from the desk with wheels.

Harry

PS: Pavements are generally hard arsed.

 © 2009 simple and easy information

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NEWSLETTER NUMBER 2

 

THE CYBER RIDERS CLUB MEMBERSHIP UPDATE

Over the last few days great interest has been shown in the Cyber Riders Club. There has been a sprint for new members to join up. It is therefore with great pleasure that I, Harry Handlebar, as President and Founding Member, announce that the following Cycavatars have been granted full membership with all the rights and privileges pertaining thereto. 

Some simple and easy information  (An avatar is a computer user’s representation of himself/herself or alter ego. A Cycavatar is the ego associated with a Cyber Cyclist.)

Current membership

  • Harry Handlebar member no 1
  • Daisy Chain member no 2 
  • Tim Tyre member no 3
  • Court Racing member no 4 
  • Northern Bell member no 5 
  • Anna Spanner member no 6 
  • Dennis Downhill member no 7 
  • Pat Puncture member no 8 
  • Ian Innatube member no 9

 Yours from the padded seat

Harry

PS: Watch out for dogs

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 NEWSLETTER NUMBER 1

 FIRST PRESS RELEASE

I am the President and only member of the “Cyber Riders Club”. If you want to join, membership is free, just include your e-mail address with your comment or useful tip and you will receive your exclusive membership certificate.  

I respect your privacy and will never share your email address or seat size with anyone.

The club’s first cyber-ride will be Sunday 24th May building up to the big Spring ride in September. visit this link http://www.springcycle.com.au/    You can enjoy a fun bike ride while raising money for MS Australia and the Oncology Children’s Foundation – the event beneficiary charities!

Some useful tips for when you are riding.

  • Wear tight clothing
  • Avoid getting rash
  • Be sure that you and your bicycle is in good working order
  • Don’t ride in heavy fog.
  • Don’t make sudden moves.
  • Don’t wear earphones, gramophones or telephones.
  • When passing another cyclist on the road, make your presence known by yelling out as you approach.
  • Do not yell too loud as they might fall off in front of you.
  • Practice changing a tube at home before you encounter a flat on the road.
  • Be extra cautious in passing parked cars. That door just may swing out into your path.
  • Carry a snack for when you loose energy. Hint: energy bars, fruit, raisins and fruit bars work much better than candy bars.
  • When you stop chain your bike up for security, but not to moveable objects. 

Yours from behind the handle bars

Harry

PS: keep off the footpath

©  2009 simple and easy information

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