About 50 bikes stopped at Bunya Mountains for lunch as part of South Burnett's Red Boot Ride. Photo Troy Kippen / South Burnett Times
About 50 bikes stopped at Bunya Mountains for lunch as part of South Burnett's Red Boot Ride. Photo Troy Kippen / South Burnett Times Troy Kippen

SOUTH Burnett’s Red Boot Ride attracted more than 50 bikes

SOUTH Burnett's Red Boot Ride was on again today with about double the number of bikes from last year's inaugural ride taking part.

In near perfect riding conditions about 50 bikes made up the convoy that travelled the 320km from Murgon, through Nanango and Maidenwell to Bunya Mountains and then returned to Murgon through Kumbia and Kingaroy.

The ride was raising funds for Ronald McDonald House.

The South Burnett ride was modelled on Brisbane's Red Boot Ride that attracted 100s of riders.

South Burnett Social Bikers coordinator Trevor 'Tiny' Ballin took part in the ride and said the riders were stretched out on the roads.

"Some of them missed a turn," he quipped.

See the full story in Tuesday's South Burnett Times.

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