Marmion Road tragedy - Terry Driessen RIP

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Marmion Road tragedy - Terry Driessen RIP

Postby ColinOldnCranky » Sun Aug 27, 2017 6:20 pm

For those who know him, the name of the cyclist who died last week in Melville on Marmion St, Melville has now been published.

The years from about retirement for me, a healthy senior, are among the best years of my life and I would have hate to be missing them.. :(

DRIESSEN (Terry ): Much loved son, brother and father with a love of life, family and a passion for cycling. We will miss you each and every day until we meet again on the road to heaven.
Love all the family.

Published in The West Australian on Aug. 26, 2017

There will be a ride in his honour but someone else will have to fill in the details.
Unchain yourself-Ride a unicycle

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Re: Marmion Road tragedy - Terry Driessen RIP

Postby Mububban » Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:06 am


If anyone knows details of the ride please share
When you are driving your car, you are not stuck IN traffic - you ARE the traffic!!!

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Re: Marmion Road tragedy - Terry Driessen RIP

Postby nickobec » Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:39 pm

From Glen Parker's facebook
Their will be a Ride in Memory of Terry Driessen who tragically died last week whilst doing what he loved ,riding his bike .
The ride will leave at 7am this coming Saturday the 2nd of September,from Glen Parker Cycles
125 Stirling hiway
Nedlands . Entry will be by way of a $10 Donation which will go to Terry's Family.
The ride will go along
Stirling Highway
Turn right at
Eric Street
Then left onto
Marine Parade past Cottesloe beach and follow the coast road into Fremantle.
When we arrive into Fremantle city limits ,after the bridge over the Swan ,that will be the end of the ride.
Riders from this point onwards please do your own thing ,we are doing it this way so we don't disrupt the traffic too much in Fremantle.
Please like and share all are welcome .
Or just do your own ride we are happy to accept donation s on his Family's behalf.

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