2021 Photographic Rally
Our 14th year of the Ulster Section Photographic Rally will go live in February
If you don't know already, you really should, the Photographic Rally is all about getting the motorbike out and hopefully travelling new roads and visiting new locations, not forgetting to take your camera with you. This event is open to all riders, you do not have to be a club member to participate.
Some how we have found 9 more new places all across Ulster for you to ride along to and take your pictures. With some of our entries getting more and more artistic feel free to be as creative as you like. All that is required is for you to visit as many of the locations (hopefully all 9) and take a photograph of your bike and the subject at the location, if you have a pillion they are to be included also. This year our chosen charity is Macmillan Cancer Support (NI)
So if you still don't know what to do, between now and the closing date you need to visit as many of the listed locations as you choose, in any order you dictate, by whatever route pleases you, alone or accompanied as you wish.
Take a photograph of the nominated subject, be creative if you desire, but include your motorcycle (and pillion passenger if entered).
You can download the entry form, Garmin Waypoint File, and access a handy Google Map, and some general information about the rally and it's purpose from this page
Various awards are given to participants at our Club Christmas Dinner and Photographic Rally Awards night. This year the awards night will be held on Friday 3rd December at the McLarnons Ramble Inn near Antrim, which is open to Rally participants that have submitted an entry to attend. We hope to see you out on the road and at the awards.
If 9 places is not enough to fill your biking calendar then visit the Irish Photorally site to get more places to visit and support the Boyne Riders event.
2021 Rally Entry Form and locations can be downloaded via the links below.
Event Sponsored By
We do not charge an entry fee for the Photographic Rally. We would however ask for a generous voluntary donation towards our supported charity.
Our charity for 2022 is the Macmillan Cancer Support (NI)