Christmas gets rev-up



THERE were trikes and bikes, scooters and sidecars, Harleys and Hondas, as well as toys galore. Saturday morning saw the Coffs Coast's 13th annual Motorcycle Toy Run attract a record crowd and increased donations of toys and food for the Salvation Army. Organiser Col Roberts estimated about 250 bikes of all descriptions and ages joined the Christmas toy run from Moonee to Sawtell, finishing with a barbecue at the Jetty. Mr Roberts said donations of toys and non-perishable food were swelled by gifts of long-life milk from a milk company and cash from several motorcycle dealers and a hotel.



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