Spectacular stunt shows will be featured at the Flood Relief Moto Rodeos organised by the Australian Riders’ Division of Motorcycling Australia.
In Victoria, local larrikin Lukey Luke will be turning on his own brand of two-wheeled, tyre-smoking, mono-popping madness for everyone attending.
Triumph sponsored Luke, who has dazzled crowds from Melbourne to Malaysia, has thrown his support behind the event to be held at the Broadford State Motorcycle Sports Complex on 19 February as a major draw card to boost donations.
Over in South Australia, in addition to taking part in the Gymkhanas and having a good time, Allan Morrison from Stuntz Inc will be laying down some hardcore rolling art, tearing up the tarmac.
Considered to be a founding father of the Australian stunt scene, Morrison will be adding some extra glamour to his routine with the addition of first time assistant Tamara Waltke at the Tailem Bend Motorsport Centre in SA on 5 March.
Finally, Dangerous Dave Skelton will be leading the action packed presentation of power and poise that is the Servin’ it up stunt spectacle at Eastern Creek in New South Wales. The Eastern Creek Moto Rodeo will be held on 27 March.
For more information on MA’s Moto Rodeo’s for Flood Relief check out www.ma.org.au and click through to the MA Riders’ Division link.
Alternatively call (03) 9684 0501 and register to join the riding action at any of the three venues for just $50.
There’s the Minikhana for kids on dirt bikes, spectacular two-wheeled games for road riders and off-roaders, and of course the Moto Gymkhana.
All proceeds go to the Salvation Army who will be helping real people in need around the Nation to rebuild their lives, including those hit by the most recent devastating cyclone in North Queensland.