A bunch of ex-rugby league players have banded together to raise money for a worthy cause.
Harley-Davidson ambassador Nathan Hindmarsh will ride 4,000km for Hogs for the Homeless to raise funds and awareness for Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets program.
He’ll be joined by NRL and Blues teammates Brad Fittler, Steve Menzies and Danny Bedurus as well as Balmain Tigers legends, Steve Roach, Paul Sironen and Tim Brasher.
The group of 20 set out this morning on their Harleys from Concord for the 11 day ride through country NSW which will take them through 14 townships including Bathurst, Orange, Dubbo and Walgett.
Along the way the former players will host a number of activities, run rugby league clinics and attend local games while giving way 3,000 footies.
Harley-Davidson Australia and New Zealand has donated a brand new 2017 Harley-Davidson Roadster valued at $19,495 ride away as the first prize in the Hogs For The Homeless raffle.
For a full itinerary of the tour, and to be in with a chance of winning a 2017 Harley-Davidson Roadster visit www.nswrl.com.au/information/hogs-for-the-homeless.html
Tickets in the raffle can be purchased here.
Harley-Davidson Marketing Director Adam Wright says they have made a significant impact by coming together with the biggest names in rugby league for the fifth year.
“We are extremely proud to continue our commitment to the Hogs for the Homeless tour which is a rewarding program for our dealers and everyone involved.”