It was a quiet Friday night in Mtubtuba..... the area "raid" had started and nothing much was happening..... then all of a sudden all hell broke loose...yes RB200 had arrived.
What started as a quiet Sunday ended up being fellowship on steroids. We were just recovering from a very busy weekend including the Mtubatuba raid that took place the past Friday
Yes, yet another fun project to be part of, the Mtunzini Mountain Bike Race! Duncan & Melody Fouche represented Richards Bay 200 at this fun project / Fellowship.
Well, Friday was drawing nearer and the date May 18 was circled on our calendar. Emp 61 announced that they will be opening their new clubhouse. Now this will most probably only happen once in a tablers lifetime so it was definitely an event not to be missed.
Richards Bay RT 200 always uses anything as an excuse for a great fellowship and something to eat. Our Pizza evening was no exception.
One of our Richards Bay 200 projects for the year is to help the local SPCA with their wiggle waggle SPCA fun walk. This past weekend was the start of "phase 1" and this involved us helping the SPCA with some general work and Marshalling.
The 2012 Edelweiss tour was yet again a huge success. Area Chairman Graham Carruthers continued the twinning agreement and this is how it all went down....
At Richards Bay 200 we pride ourselves in teamwork and great fellowships. Duncan Fouche our Fellowship, Raid and Projects Convener this year is on top form as fellowships are happening left, right and centre.
At Richards Bay 200 we love getting together with our fellow tablers and what better opportunity than our annual induction dinner? This year was a glamorous event with Neil Strydom stepping Down as Chairman and Jean Schoonhoven taking over the reins.
Richards Stone called Duncan Fouche from RB200 to ask for assistance in welcoming the 25 Internationals for the Owen Frye tour. Duncan & Melody Fouche jumped at the opportunity and they went down to Durban on the Saturday to welcome them. They spent Saturday and Sunday with them and hosted them again in Richards Bay on Wednesday.