COVID-19 LOCKDOWN LIFTED
NIGHT RUN 2020
First Wednesday evening
after Lockdown ends
Currently – Once all COVID-19 Restrictions are lifted
The MOTH Motorcycle Association is proud to present a night run on the first Wednesday evening after the COVID-19 Lockdown has been lifted, as a fund raiser to provide essential supplies to anyone who has found themselves in dire need of assistance as a result of the Corona virus lockdown.
The run will take the form of a one lap circular ride around the Johannesburg ring road comprising the N1, N3, and N12 freeways. We would like to call on the biking community and anyone with an interest in providing a helping hand to those individuals and families in need as a direct result of the current lockdown situation our country finds itself in, to step forward and take part in this initiative. This is a wonderful way to break those “cabin fever” symptoms, and get out there, have some fun, and raise money after an unexpected event which left some in dire need of assistance. Our aim is to sell the small cloth badges as depicted in the header of this page, and proceeds of sales will be used to provide much needed relief to those who have been affected adversely as a result of the Corona Virus Lockdown. This is an unprecedented joint venture on a Provincial scale which will be noteworthy of the generosity of the biking community, Moths and individuals alike.
First Sunday of the Month
Every first Sunday of the month, the Bikers Church in Midrand is hosting a Sunday morning service. The service starts at 08:30 and the Church is situated in Kruger Road, Midrand. We meet at the Shell Ultra City, N1 South, around 7:30 and leave for the Church at 08:00.