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The sight of about 300 motorcycles rumbling through Binnaway and Coolah is sure to spark a conversation. However, this year’s Dubbo 1 Dayer will be aimed at building a community of mental health acceptance. The annual Black Dog charity drive aims to start talks about depression and suicide prevention, and to break the silence about mental illness across the country. The Black Dog Ride’s Dubbo 1 Dayer event will gather around 300 motorcyclists at the Macquarie Inn before rumbling to Binnaway and Coolah to spot one of Australia’s biggest silent killers. ALSO READ: Wayne Amor, Dubbo Black Dog Ride Coordinator, said promoting this awareness is the catalyst in promoting behavioral help and suicide prevention. “”[Mental health] is something that a lot of people don’t see. It’s not a broken arm in a cast, it’s not a cut or a stab, it can’t be seen or easily seen, “said Amor. Every year one in five Australians suffers from mental illness and three million Australians live 180 according to the Black Dog Ride Australians with depression or anxiety every day. Tragically, eight people try to commit suicide every day and eight die every day, the equivalent of nearly 3,000 deaths lost to suicide each year. Mr Amor said they were out of that due to COVID-19 Location to host a community event like Mungery in 2019 and Armatree last year. However, on this year’s trip the group would be traveling and having lunch in Binnaway and Coolah at a number of local establishments, which Amor said would help spread the word on through the congregations. “By presenting ourselves in more places throughout the congregation, we have e A fantastic opportunity to chat and start a conversation, “said Cupid. “Whether at the gas station above the Bouser or in line for a pie.” Motorcycle enthusiasts are encouraged to join the ride to demonstrate their support for this national suicide prevention initiative. This year, those who are unable to attend can take part in the Virtual 1 Dayer, which supports the charity, and receive the equestrian kit in the mail, which includes an embroidered patch, 1 Dayer and Black Dog Rider sticker. Registrations and donations can be made on the Black Dog Ride website at www.blackdogride.com. Drivers are expected to disembark at the Macquarie Inn at 9:30 am on March 21st. whether they’re in their pajamas or reading the newspaper, waving to us or blowing the horn, “said Cupid.

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March 4, 2021 – 4:00 p.m.

The sight of about 300 motorcycles rumbling through Binnaway and Coolah is sure to spark a conversation. However, this year’s Dubbo 1 Dayer will be aimed at building a community of mental health acceptance.

The annual Black Dog charity drive aims to kickstart conversations about depression and suicide prevention, and to break the silence about mental illness across the country.

The Black Dog Ride’s Dubbo 1 Dayer event will gather around 300 motorcyclists at the Macquarie Inn before rumbling to Binnaway and Coolah to spot one of Australia’s biggest silent killers.

Wayne Amor, coordinator for the Dubbo Black Dog Ride, said promoting this awareness is the catalyst in promoting search for behavior and preventing suicide.

“”[Mental health] is something that a lot of people don’t see. It’s not a broken arm in a cast, it’s not a cut or a stab, you can’t see it or see it that easily, “said Cupid.

Every year one in five Australians has a mental illness and three million Australians live with depression or anxiety, according to Black Dog Ride.

Tragically, 180 Australians attempt suicide every day and eight die every day, the equivalent of nearly 3,000 deaths lost to suicide each year.

Due to COVID-19, Mr Amor said they couldn’t host a community event like Mungery in 2019 and Armatree last year.

On this year’s ride, however, the group would travel and stop at Binnaway and Coolah for lunch at a number of local establishments. Mr. Amor said this would help spread the message in the churches.

“By showing ourselves in more locations across the community, we have a fantastic opportunity to chat and start a conversation,” said Amor.

“Whether waiting for a cake at the gas station above the Bouser or in the queue.”

Motorcycle enthusiasts are encouraged to join the ride to show their support for this national suicide prevention initiative.

This year, those who are unable to attend can take part in the Virtual 1 Dayer, which supports the charity, and receive the rider kit in the mail, which includes an embroidered patch, 1 Dayer and Black Dog Rider sticker.

Drivers are expected to depart from the Macquarie Inn at 9:30 a.m. on March 21st.

“We appreciate the support and the people who step out on their porches, whether they’re in their pajamas or reading the newspaper, waving to us or blowing the horn,” said Amor.