North Harbour Ulysses Newsletter.
Edition 67
July 2020

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Welcome to the July 2020 Newsletter,

Things are certainly looking more like normal now and there is quite a bit going on. Even if the weather is a bit showery at times at least it is relatively warm (up here in the north) so not much excuse for not getting out on your bikes now.

A few key points of particular note this month note are:
  • AGM - Hobsonville RSA 2nd July.
  • Newly advertised services by Dynamic Energy (a company founded recently by our member Liberio Riosa aka "Libby") and AJ Tech (mobile repairs and servicing) a business run by Alec Mckellar who came to our June branch meeting to introduce himself and his services.
  • Far North Rally, including links to registration form / the organizer's email.
  • Aluminium cans are now requested as well as wine bottle tops for the Lions. These are valuable so buy beer in cans and don't throw them away.
  • As usual, keep an eye on the Events and Runs page on our website / Facebook for info about rides etc.
Take care out on the roads, and before you head out take a minute to refresh some skills and knowledge by checking the interesting article from ProRider and Barry's Bits below which you may have seen before but are a valuable reminder after an extended break from riding.

Simon Slater

For 2020 Branch AGM, End of Year

Well what a term this has turned out to be! We started off last year with great aims and goals and I must say as a Branch we have tackled them all very well, even the ones we had not planned on such as Covid-19.

I would like to say a big thanks to the committee who have done an outstanding job and continued to do so through the lock down, our AGM was scheduled for April and as you all know was postponed due to the Covid-19 outbreak and subsequent level 4 Lockdown, this has meant that some of our committee members who were standing down have now carried out an extra 3 months so I thank them very much for their dedication and work that they have done. I received and made a number of call over this time I enjoyed the chats I had with some of you they were great so thank-you very much for those. Making 200 odd phone calls seemed a bit daunting so I resorted to email to keep folk up to date I trust you all received them.

As a Branch we have had 16 new members join this past year Jan 2019 – July 2020 and 13 of them whom joined since May 2019. Sadly, we have lost a few, some have failed to renew (not an irreversible situation) and some that have passed on. Those that have passed on are #7913 Colin George (ANZAC day 2019) Colins death came as a surprise and I was only notified by his wife after I sent out a membership renewal reminder and #9184 Ian Shiels (21 April 2020) This was another surprise as none of us even knew Ian was ill, some had suspected it, Ian had had a suspected stroke end of last year subsequent test showed up cancer this was diagnosed in March and it only took a month and Ian had passed on.

We were able to do a 10 bike escort for Ian, of the 10, 4 of us attended the ceremony the family loved that we were able to do an escort, and his daughter has asked that when they have a memorial service if we could turn out to support this.

Sorting out a meeting venue has taken a lot of time and effort, in particular I would like to thank Barry Holland for his efforts in this matter, the committee found it self in a situation where the Golf Club kept changing our booking dates 3 out of the last 4 meetings at the Golf club were rescheduled at short notice, then at the last rescheduled branch meeting that was moved and held at the Hobsonville RSA members were asked, given the circumstances, whether they would be happy to make the Hobsonville RSA our new home, it was a unanimous decision of that meeting to change, but things didn’t stop there. As the AGM had been gazetted as being held the Pupuke Golf Club, we were going to have the AGM at the Golf course but as we all know it was postponed so during the lock down and just after it we looked at several possibilities. The Golf Club was approached and they said we could continue to use the venue but they did not have a food option and that if we gave them ideas of what we would like in the way of food they would look at it and possibly give us 2 options to choose from, much the same as before, also there was no guarantee of our booking not being changed. I have been in contact with the manager and they appreciated the honesty and the issues that we had highlighted, they have wished us well with our new home and also they said we are still welcome to use the venue if need arises in the future. Then the Birkenhead RSA was looked at and considered but parking and access could be a problem, so we have decided on having a monthly dinner there some time soon, the North Shore Golf was offered as consideration but we are still waiting for a response, they also maybe out of our price range as was the next option, the new North Harbour Hockey Centre, but at $450.00 for half a day’s hire/per meeting it was quickly put aside as an option, this has taken us full circle back to the Hobsonville RSA, yes, we had a few teething problems with our first meeting there but it was rather short notice that we gave them due this was due to the coming out of the Covid-19 Level 3 lockdown to Level 2 and the need to have a date for the AGM. Since the last meeting they have addressed the issues that we had the sound system has been fixed also we will have the full dining area for our meeting, with no music in the background. We had to make a decision about the AGM and notify National so it could be gazetted. The RSA has welcomed us with open arms and are keen for us to be there, and I am sure you will all agree that the meals and options are great. NatCom were pleased that we were supporting a local RSA and have encouraged all branches to support their local RSA’s. Use them or lose them.

A big thanks to Johan Meyer for the work he has done as Runs Coordinator he has done a fantastic job, sadly he is stepping down due to his AIM commitments, but I am certain that he will continue on the Runs committee and as a RIC and still work with the Twists and Turns team. Talking of twists and turns a big thanks to Andy Leader who has run this since Trevor Birchall stepped down approx. 5 years ago, fortunately we have had John Heebink and Barry Holland as his support staff and they will take over the running of twists and turns, which I would encourage all members to attend.

Under the watchful eye of Charlie Turrell, the Wednesday Rides have continued to be well attended, more often than not there are more riders on the Wednesday ride than there are on the Sunday rides. Weekend rides have been great with lots of new roads being found along with some great destinations, Coffee and Conversations have been well attended, these are great social events with those who choose to, going on a ride after having breakfast, with rides being sorted out over a cup of coffee or tea.

I would like to commend you all for your efforts in the Fund raising that we have participated in past 12 months in this time we have managed to raised over $10,000.00 dollars for charity over this period. So, take a bow everyone you have all made a fantastic effort that has made a big difference to the charities/people receiving it.

Charities that we have supported over the past Year:

The Wilson Home Trust”, We started this fund raising in May with a list of gear and a figure of $2500.00 in mind, this was quickly amended to $3,000.00 with a final figure of $4,000.00 being reached in 2 months of starting  We were able to present them with all the gear on their list along with a cash donation, the Wilson home Trust were blown away as they had thought we might get some of it by December. I would like to give a big thanks to Peter Webb, AKA “the Sheriff” for the tremendous effort that he put in to make this a roaring success.

Harbour Hospice” We have started this fund raising with the aim of supplying 2 pain relief pumps at a cost of $4,000.00 we are nearly half way there with this one but have had a few other things slow us down, such as Ronnie run, Christmas, National Rally and AGM, and of course the obvious being Covid-19 so I would be keen to get this one put away as soon as possible as we get back to something of a normal life.

Ronnie Run” This is our major fund-raising event for the year we had 175 bikes turn up and we raised $5080.00. All the money that we raise goes directly to the families in need that are in Ronald Mc Donald House.

The whole Covid-19 has rather eclipsed the year and many have been heard to say that we need to hit the reset button on 2020 and start again! Well I must say it has most definitely been a show stopper but in saying that, before writing this report I was looking back through the minuets, newsletters and photo’s, I found it hard to believe all that we have achieved and done together as a branch over this Term. When I was scrolling through photos and looked at some from the Poker run which was a great success, and remember thinking, was this just in the past year? It sure was well done Jarrod on your win. It seems like a lifetime ago that we were doing the Ronnie Run 2019, which I would like to thank Les for all his work making this run a success.

At this point I would like to say a big thank-you to all who have been RIC’s and TEC’s you do a great service to the branch and I do hope you will continue in these roles. I have often heard Wayne say that if every member put their hand up to do a ride, we all would only have to do one a year, so there’s a challenge to you all. I look forward to doing lots of new rides over the next 12 months.

I guess the Covid-19 Lockdown Level 4 and 3 gave us a lot of time to reflect on things. I for one reaffirmed my belief that life is to short to be doing stuff we don’t enjoy, so get out there and do the stuff you do enjoy. I also felt that we should focus on what matters family and friends and I consider this Club to be my family and my friends, I do hope that you all feel the same way.

Finally, I would like to thank the out going committee for all the support, and encouragement that they have given me over the past 14 months. Also, all the members who have been involved in some way be that big or little, it has all made for a truly successful Term. So, “Thank-you Team!”
Rob Bissett #7822
North Harbour Branch

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Hobsonville RSA
AGM,  Thursday 2nd July, 7pm

AGM meeting to start at 7pm, with dinners available from 5pm onwards.
Meal registrations are essential by 9:00pm Tuesday 30th June so please RSVP ASAP to the email invitation you should have already received.
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Far North Rally

Details of the rally are on the registration form below which you can download from the link below or by clicking on the form.
You can also contact the organiser by mail at
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Cyclespot Group, Major North Harbour Branch Sponsor
Grant donates vouchers monthly for Social Evenings and
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Performance anxiety
By Mark Jones/Pro Rider Ltd
Back in the day when my survival on a bike was more by luck than judgement, now and again I got really scared that something disastrous would happen like the front tyre blow out or the wheel simply come off due to a cracked axle or whatever. I know right, crazy as. I guess a tyre going pop was more likely than my doom-laden image of a disappearing wheel but I have to admit that on occasion these thoughts had me pulling up at the road side and taking a breather to calm myself down. I didn’t need to resort to therapy and got over it in the end.
But what was the cause of my irrational fear? Basically, I was riding at a speed and in a way that was beyond my limits. At the back of my mind I knew this and rather than go off and get some decent training I panicked myself to a literal stand still and kind of went on like that for a quite some time. Until I crashed – my fault, not the bike’s. Then I learnt not only how to handle my bike properly but also how to check it out for damage, keep the chain at the right tension, how to monitor tyre tread wear (I DID know how to check the pressures), and generally be sure my bike was in good nick and not about to fall apart under me anytime soon. Up until that crash and subsequent learning it was likely my anxiety, or fear actually, that kept me alive. But bike riding paranoia can make our trip miserable at best and potentially lethal.
A little over a hundred years ago a couple of psychologists by the names of Robert M Yerkes and John Dillingham Dodson (yes, they were Americans) came up with a theory linking arousal with performance. Don’t get too excited – ‘arousal’ here simply means being switched on to take on a task and ‘performance’ the ability to do it well. The so-called ‘Yerkes – Dodson Law’ holds that the more positive anxiety (being switched on to a challenge) we have the better we actually do; whereas too much anxiety is not a good thing and tends to lead to us messing up. In my example I was teetering on the brink between the two states and it was only by scaring myself that I stayed within my limits until the day I flopped over the edge.
Imagine an upside-down U or a bell-shaped curve. The height of the bell represents the level of anxiety thinking about our ride (arousal) and its challenges, and the slope up and down the sides of the bell represents our performance. Setting off concerned about being on a new bike or having to ride in the rain or on a challenging road should have us taking it easy and performing within our limits until we get to the top of the bell where we are riding the best we can in the circumstances, drawing on whatever experience and insights we have – our performance is at its maximum. But if we start to exceed our ability – ride beyond our limits – anxiety increases and our performance decreases, sliding down the other side of the bell as quickly as the bike does down the road when we stuffed up the corner.
In real world bike riding, as opposed to lying on the psychologist’s couch, it is important to understand this relationship between anxiety and performance. Not knowing our limits (how bad a rider we are) perversely lessens our anxiety and we don’t climb up the performance curve, but freaking out about everything equally stuffs us as we fall down the other side of the curve into oblivion having psyched ourselves out thinking our commute is going to end in doom! A recent Auckland Transport campaign reminded us that 48% of urban motorcycle crashes are with turning vehicles and we really should ‘ride like they can’t see you’. That is a catchy slogan and worthwhile heeding but try not to ride as if every hazard you see is unavoidable as panic will set in and your journey is miserable or you do something stupid. The skill is to recognise the threats and be sufficiently anxious / in a state of arousal to draw on all your training and experience to take evasive action if needs be not scare yourself onto or under a bus.
So, as you get ready for your trip, put brain into gear along with the bike, be positively anxious as this will improve your performance and keep you safe. Take everything in and plan your ride, but don’t get wound up by doubt or exceeding your ability and causing your level of anxiety to mount and push you into danger territory. Of course, using the Yerkes-Dodson Law to good effect so as to have the best possible riding experience only works when you have the insight and common sense to know your limits. Ignorance is said to be bliss but when it eliminates any anxiety, peak performance falls off the cliff with likely you and the bike with it!
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If it is your birthday this month, don't forget to take a bottle of wine for the raffles on club night.
If you have any unwanted gifts, donate them for the raffle prizes.
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Wine and Beer Bottle Caps plus Crushed Aluminium Cans

Save your bottle tops from your wine and beer bottles and all aluminium drink cans (all cans crushed please) and bring along to each monthly meeting. These go to the recycle station and the funds collected get passed onto a Lions Club who collect as a fundraiser for Child Dialysis.  Get your local restaurant or bar on board and have them keep the bottle tops and cans for you. 

If you can separate the caps from the crushed cans into different bags or box that would be great as we get more for the aluminium.   However, we appreciate any caps and crushed cans that do arrive.
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Out Cruising
Charlie Tee - 24 June
Nine riders today, and one more came to socialise. The weather was looking iffy, so we chose a short ride. John Heebink led us to Muriwai.
Feedback I heard about the ride:
  • More turns than usually happen on "Twists & Turns"
  • Longest possible way to get to Muriwai
In short, an excellent ride! We avoided the inclement weather, although looking towards Auckland from a stop at Pukematekeo Lookout it didn't look good!
Thanks to Wayne Painter for being TEC.
Charlie Tee - 23 June
24 riders today. That might be a record for the Tuesday rides. Kevin Piper led us anti-clockwise around the Kaiaua loop, with lunch at Sierra Cafe in Beachlands.
Charlie Tee - 16 June
19 riders today. Unfortunately one bike wouldn't start as we prepared to leave the meeting point. Three other riders stayed to assist. They couldn't get the bike going, but helped the owner trailer the bike home. Two of the three later joined us for lunch.
Ole Falkenhaug took us to Hopin Stopin cafe in Taupiri via the usual Waikato backroads, with a rest stop at Ruawaro. On Rotowaro Road, somewhere near Glen Afton, the ride made a U-turn for reasons I never quite understood and went back to Huntly, then south on the west bank of the Waikato River to Ngaruawahia and back north to Taupiri. It would have been slightly quicker to have continued via Waingaro Road.
Good ride, good company, and the weather behaved itself.
Charlie Tee - 10 June
Nineteen riders on a beautiful winter's day. I took the ride to Mangawhai Heads, with Wayne Painter as TEC.. At our first stop at Kaukapakapa, I encouraged riders who wanted to do some gravel to break away. Four did so, with Grant Douglas as RIC and Michael Davies as TEC. They headed off up Wharehine Road towards Port Albert.
While we were having our lunch at Mangawhai Heads, I got a text from Grant to say that after they were back on the tarmac, one rider had a puncture and they were doing a roadside repair. Half an hour later, three of them joined us for lunch. The rider with the puncture had decided to go home.
After lunch, most people went their separate ways. I took a group of six back via Tomerata Valley Road and Matakana Valley Road. A most enjoyable day out.
Charlie Tee - 3 June
Seventeen riders today, and one more who came to the meeting point to socialise. Michael Davies led us to Scotts Landing via Kaukapakapa and Woodcocks Rd. Six of us walked over the causeway and around Casnell island. When we got back to the bikes, the others had gone off to lunch at Snells Beach, and we joined them there soon afterwards. The weather stayed fine, a perfect hibernal day.
Charlie Tee - 2 June
Sixteen people on fifteen bikes today. Tony Kay led us to Raglan. The route was supposed to include Mercer Ferry Road,  but the bridge over the Waikato River was closed for maintenance, so we  detoured through Meremere Village and along Springhill, Whangamarino and  Rodda roads instead to cross the river at Rangiriri. Then along Glen  Murray Road, and down Highway 22.
On Ohautira Road, just after some roadworks, one rider stopped and waited for me. He said his bike was handling badly  and he thought he might have a puncture. A kick of the tyres showed  they were not seriously deflated, but his back tyre was covered in mud,  and I suggested that might be the cause of his problem. He took off, and  later told me he'd had no further problems. One of the easiest  situations I've had to deal with as Tail-end Charlie.
A little further along, a rider found he had no one else in sight and  feared he might have missed a corner marker. He made a U-turn, and soon  after several of us saw him as we passed in opposite directions. I  waited for him and heard his explanation of why he'd been going the  wrong way. Being TEC is an easy job, today anyway!
A nice lunch  at Raglan, with riders scattering between cafes and the bakery. Some  made their own ways home. Tony led most of us back via Glen Afton and  the west bank of the Waikato with a final farewell at Hampton Downs.
A great ride, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Runs and Event Calendar
Runs Coordinator
Rider in Charge (RIC) would appreciate all participants of rides to be at the departure point 10 minutes early with a full tank of gas.  If the weather looks suspect then please phone the RIC or check out North Harbour Ulysses facebook page to see if the ride is postponed or cancelled. 

The Rider in Charge will be organizing the day.  Contact them for details.  All riders participating in a Ulysses Ride are expected to hold a current motorcycle license, wear suitable clothing and to have a registered and warranted road-worthy bike.

The organizers and/or the Ulysses Club are not responsible for participants safety and all participants participate at their own risk.

All participants are aware that they are traveling on open public roads and are responsible for their own safety and compliance with all Rules and Laws.

Please check your runs list as some rides or destinations may have changed from initial calendar entry.
Upcoming Runs & Events
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2023 National AGM & Rally
Last Year the North Harbour Branch committed to organising & running the 2023 National AGM & Rally. The Branch Committee asked me to be the AGM Coordinator & nominated Steve Crow as Committee Liaison person, now we need to start putting together a sub-committee of branch members to organise individual parts of this important event. 

From past experience we can expect between 350-400+ people attending many of them from other branches and requiring accommodation, I would like to be able to billet visitors with branch members so would need some-one to take on this responsibility as well as teeing up motels.

Also needed are; Assistant AGM Coordinator, Venue Liaison, Scribe, Treasurer, Sponsorship/Event Display Liaison, Transport Liaison person, Catering Liaison person, Gear Sales Person, Registration person, (would also need someone to help prepare the registration form to go on National Website) and finally some-one to look after entertainment. There may be other jobs created as time goes on.
I envisage these people being team leaders so they don’t carry the whole burden of their job by themselves and would also have a team member to continue in the event of unforeseen circumstances.

Personally, I will be 80 by the AGM time and although I have no intention of taking my last ride before then, who knows??

If you think you have the skills and energy to be part of this exciting event please email me on or phone me.
Wayne Painter #1756NZ L/M
National Vice President
(National Raffle Organiser)
2023 National AGM & Rally Coordinator.
027 289 1018

Trump's Chauffeur

Trump was touring the countryside in his chauffeur-driven limo, suddenly, a donkey jumps out onto the road, and they hit it full on and the car comes to a stop.

Trump said to the chauffeur: 'You get out and check, you were driving’’, the chauffeur gets out,checks and reports that the animal is dead.

'You were driving, go and tell the farmer', said Trump.

Hours later, the chauffeur returns totally plastered, hair ruffled with a big grin on his face.

'My god, what happened to you?' asks Trump .

The chauffeur replies: 'When I got there, the farmer opened his best bottle of whiskey, the wife gave me a slap-up meal and the daughter took me upstairs and made love to me.'

'What on earth did you say to them?' asks Trump.

I knocked on the door, and when it was answered, I said to them, I'm Trump's chauffeur and I've just killed the jackass.

Trump Out for the Count

Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told the President: "This morning, 3 Brazilians were killed by Covid-19."

Trump's face went egg-shell white with shock. The blood drained from his face and to everyone’s amazement he collapsed on the floor.

Minutes passed and to everyone’s relief President Trump got up shakily and then sat back on his chair.

His staff was nothing less than stunned at this display of emotion from their President, nervously watching as he sits, head in hands, waiting for him to faint again.

Finally, the President looks up and with a shaky quivering voice asks Dr Fauci, "How many people is a brazillion?"

2019 Executive Members
Committee Members
Non Committee Positions
Linda Bleasedale is our Welfare Officer so if you know of a Branch Member who is sick, injured or in need of help from the Branch please contact Linda on
Mobile 021 503 101
Our Club Insurances have been renewed again for the coming year with AON.
Please note, our insurer has made particular mention that we communicate to all members that in the event of a incident that may require activating our insurance policy that the insured party (that's all of us as members of the Club) does NOT admit liability for, or settle any claim or incur any defence costs without the prior written consent of the insurer (that's AON).  In other words admit nothing and immediately advise Natcom of the situation.
This information is posted on the links page of the Club website.  

ULYSSES 2016  

            AON has a New Policy Wording with a New Underwriter:
In collaboration with NZI, Aon has a new improved policy wording for Motorcycles.  This Prestige Motorcycle Policy gives you the best of the best in cover for all types of On-Road Motorcycles including 3 wheelers, Off-Road Motorcycles including Quad Bikes, Competition Motorcycles (not covered whilst racing), Motorcycle Collections and Classic/Vintage Motorcycles.  A new policy wording will be sent out shortly.
Some of the BENEFITS:
New replacement Motorcycle if a total loss occurs within 12 months of the insured motorcycle being first registered as a new Motorcycle up to 20,000km – this increases to 24 months and 30,000km for Ulysses Members.
Windscreen/shield, headlights or tail lights covered – Nil excess
Roadside Assistance is now provided on comprehensively covered motorcycles by
FIRST ASSISTANCE – 0800 120 102
AUTOMATIC RIDING APPAREL cover - $5,000 (indemnity value) any one claim per year.
Option to have REPLACEMENT RIDING APPAREL cover - $5,000 (REPLACEMENT value) any one claim per year.  Premium for Ulysses Members $50 plus GST.  (Normally $75+GST)
DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS DISCOUNTS – Age Discounts, Multiple Bike Discount (conditions apply), Loyalty Discounts, Trike Discounts, Named Rider Discounts and the Restricted Usage Discount – this is now based on riding less than 7,500km per year, per bike! (was 5,000km)
LOWER EXCESSES – The standard policy excess is now $250 (plus underage excesses applying), $500 theft excess and on approved track days a $750 excess only will apply.
RIDE FOREVER If you complete a Ride Forever training course, provide us with your certificate and we will apply a NIL excess for one claim within 12 months of completing this course.
Call us on 0800 65 62 64 and ask for Leonie, Annaliese or Brandon if you have any queries.
ASURE Accommodation Group
Welcome to ASURE Accommodation Group – a nationwide group of motels, motor inns, motor lodges and apartments strategically placed throughout New Zealand, offering you quality, affordable accommodation. 
10% discount is available to all Ulysses Club Members for bookings made online on using the promo code Ulysses  
In addition, all members are eligible to receive our ASURE Loyalty Programme – stay at three or more ASURE properties and receive $100 off your tenth night stay.
Completed loyalty cards must be redeemed direct with the ASURE property and cannot be redeemed online.
Terms & Conditions: Discount available on room only, excludes public holidays and special events and cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion.
You will need to enter your Ulysses Club membership card number to complete your booking – see screenshots below, and you will need your card when you arrive at the accommodation.
StraitNZ has provided us with the following discount for members using the Bluebridge – this promotion runs through until 30 September 2019, although there are some peak dates (highlighted below) when it cannot be used.

The Club’s promo code is ULYSSES10
Full details / terms and conditions are:
• The 10% discount only applies to Ulysses club members.
• Upon check-in all passengers must provide proof they are part of the Ulysses club. Failure to do so will result in a fare difference being required to be paid prior to boarding.
• Travel exclusions: 15 December to 15 January and Easter weekend including Thursday before Good Friday and Tuesday after Easter Monday.
• The discount applies to all available fare types and cannot be used in conjunction with any other special offer.
• The deal can only be redeemed via the Bluebridge passenger service and does not apply to any Travel company or freight bookings.
• Standard fare terms and conditions apply.
• To take advantage of the special fares above simply contact us to make a reservation and quote ' ULYSSES10’. Alternatively you can book online by entering the following promo code: ULYSSES10. Please remember that you must present your official forms confirming you are related to the club.
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Proud Sponsors of the Ronnie Run
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