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Road Warriors Charity Festival this weekend

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October 26, 2017

The event is a great mix of bikers, machines, music, cruises, displays and activities over the three days. Numerous FMX shows will be a popular feature on Saturday.

More than 100 motorbikes will converge on Yarrawonga Mulwala for the three-day Road Warriors Charity Festival kicking off on Friday.

The Yarrawonga Showgrounds will host a variety of activities and entertainment including motorbikes, live music, trade stalls and world record attempts as part of the Road Warriors Charity Festival, organised by Yarrawonga local motorbike enthusiasts Graeme and Kerrie Hook along with the team at Yarrawonga Mulwala Tourism and Business.
The three-day event has been organised to raise much needed funds for the KIDS Foundation.
The event kicks off at 3pm on Friday, October 27 from Coles Express Bunker Hill, Donnybrook, where a bus of KIDS Foundation youth ambassadors and supporters set off to the Yarrawonga Showgrounds, escorted proudly by around 100 motorbikes.
Volunteers Graeme and Kerrie Hook, Noel and Helen Yarrawonga Mulwala Tourism & Business, chose the KIDS Foundation as the official charity for the event, after learning more about the organisation’s injury prevention and recovery programs.
Both KIDS Foundation and event organisers are encouraging people to get involved in the inaugural event in some way.
The event is a great mix of bikers, machines, music, cruises, displays and activities over the three days of festivities with a focus on value for money for the motorcycle enthusiast.
So whether you are into trikes, bikes, sidecars, vintage, modern, European, Japanese or American machines get yourself along for the three days family entertainment – there will be something for everyone at the Road Warriors Charity Festival.
Friday: General Public entry fee adult $15 – 17 and under gold coin donation.
Saturday: General Public entry fee $20 – 17 and under gold coin donation.
Sunday: General Public entry fee: gold coin donation.
For more information call 1800 062 260 or 03 5744 1989 or 0447 104 912.

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