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The Christian Motorcyclists Association (CMA) exists to provide fellowship for riders and to befriend those that haven't found Jesus yet. We ride within the law and all motorcycle genres and demoninations are welcome. (Helpful if you can hold 100km/h on the highway.) Currently we organise road rides to meet for coffee or take a day to find lunch further afield. My name is Lloyd and I am just re-establishing CMA in the Toowoomba area and hope to have a ride calendar prepared soon for 2015. You can contact me at the email address in "contacts". More general information at the CMA Qld website. Keep the rubber side down.

http://www.cmaaus.org/qld
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