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August 2016 Newsletter

posted Aug 16, 2016, 1:48 PM by Nigel Tomkins

Tri Series 2016

posted Jul 28, 2016, 1:35 PM by Nigel Tomkins   [ updated Jul 29, 2016, 12:38 AM ]


Enter all three rounds and compete for the best overall by class - $150.00

Greymouth Motorcycle Street Race

posted Jul 18, 2016, 3:23 AM by Nigel Tomkins

Greymouth Motorcycle Street Race


Labour Weekend, Sunday 23 Oct, 2016

Sunday 23rd Oct 2016 the racing will be fast and for spectators this street circuit offers you great viewing all the way around.
There is pedestrian access right around the entire track, a distance of 1.4km, with cafes, bars and community food stalls available all day. 
Gate Entry $10.00 Adult and $2.00 Children
Race Day Programmes only $2

Labour Weekend brings the 27th running of the Greymouth Motorcycle Street Race, Sunday 23rd Oct 2016. With 8 classes of bikes racing through the central business district of Greymouth; including Post Classic, Pre '63 (the granddaddy’s of the bikes, but they can still move), Buckets of all shapes and sizes, Motards, B.E.A.R.S, Formula 1, Formula 3 and the best of the best in Formula Greymouth. Each class has 3 rounds of racing throughout the day with practise starting at 8:00am, racing from around 9:00am. Plus 3 rounds of demonstration Kart races by the local Westland Kart club – they just fly! Talk to the riders in the Coastwide Honda pit area and watch from all different angles around the course. 

In 2014 we added something new, The West Coast Bike Show which is held downtown on Saturday & Sunday in the Regent Theatre Greymouth. If you are here on Saturday take the opportunity to meet the riders and check out the wide cross section of machinery at bike check, from 1pm at Aratuna freighters yard on Gresson street.

boys Trip.co.nz

posted Jul 18, 2016, 3:10 AM by Nigel Tomkins

An emailing from Boys Trip.co.nz which is a sports travel company that takes care of travel arrangements for kiwi guys and girls to sporting events like; the Bathurst 1000, Melbourne Cup, NRL Grand Final, Cold Coast 600, Australian MotoGP, State of Origin Series and many more. We’re a proud Dunedin owned and operated business. If you would like to take a look at what we’re all about you can head to http://boys-trip.co.nz/ to find out more.

 

The 2016 Australian MotoGP is coming up quick and we were wondering if you would be interested in receiving some of our MotoGP flyers to pass on to your clients and/or members as hopefully some of them would be interested in a trip to the 2016 MotoGP?

 

We are offering two packages to the 2016  Australian MotoGP @ Philip Island, one with Melbourne accommodation and catching coach transfers out to the Phillip Island track each morning and back each night and the other package with accommodation out @ San Remo (only 10 minutes from the MotoGP track). Both packages, including information, dates and prices can be viewed through the link below;

 

http://boys-trip.co.nz/packages/australian-motogp-2016

 

If you were interested in receiving some of our flyers that would be great and I look forward to hearing from you as to whether or not you would be happy to do so.

 

Thank you for your time.

 

 

Kind Regards,

 

 

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Esther Grace 
Travel Consultant 
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PO Box 5490, Moray Place, DUNEDIN - 9058 
0508 BOYS TRIP (0508 269 787) 
+64 3 477 1148 
essie@boys-trip.co.nz 
www.boys-trip.co.nz

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GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland

posted Jul 13, 2016, 12:12 AM by Nigel Tomkins

MotoGP Round #9 
GoPro Motorrad Grand Prix Deutschland


Monday 18th 7:30 PM 
3 Clark Street

BURT MUNRO – THE LOST INTERVIEWS

posted Jul 7, 2016, 6:09 PM by Nigel Tomkins   [ updated Jul 7, 2016, 6:11 PM ]

New details of Southland motorcycle hero Burt Munro come to light with the publication of a book by a former Invercargill reporter.

Apart from racing and Salt Lake experiences, BURT MUNRO – THE LOST INTERVIEWS brings stories of Burt’s motorcycling in early Southland, his life in Australia in the 1920s and again in the early 1950s, and of Burt’s adventures on the road through the United States on his many trips.

An interlude in the book tells, in the words of two of New Zealand’s great motorcycle riders, the controversial TT race in Holland where Burt witnessed riders strike for fairer prize money by pulling into the pits.

Early NZ adventures include Burt’s ride up the Hollyford Valley while the road was being built, and excitement as a salesman for Tapper’s in Invercargill, especially when he was riding the one-speed (flat out) bike powered by the coal-gas unit he built. And the explosion when he was tempering steel at Melhop’s, and how Burt remembered his high-speed crash at Teretonga.

BURT MUNRO – THE LOST INTERVIEWS is Burt Munro’s story in his own words as recorded in a series of interviews with Southland reporter Neill Birss, nearly 50 years ago. It rounds out the Munro history with stories of his life not printed before.

In those days Burt was well known among New Zealand and American motorcyclists, but it was before the 2005 film, THE WORLD’S FASTEST INDIAN, starring Sir Anthony Hopkins made Burt a world celebrity.

The young reporter’s plan was to write series of articles on Munro for overseas and New Zealand motorcycle magazine. The project was interrupted when Birss moved to Christchurch. The notes, which had been taken in the first person, were lost. Then after the Christchurch earthquakes was dumping rubbish to make room for home repairers when he found the notes just as they were about to go into a skip.

The book, published by Penguin Random House New Zealand, is available in print format at $35, and will also available as an electronic book.

Neill Birss 
Christchurch 
Phone: 03 358-8750 
Email: neill@listpress.co.nz

Brass Monkey Helpers Social

posted Jun 30, 2016, 6:55 PM by Nigel Tomkins

Brass Monkey helpers social evening.

3 Clark Street, Friday 1st of July 2016 at 7 pm.

The committee invite one and all to join in, reports, feedback, and new ideas for the next Brass Monkey are welcome. We have discounted beverages and supper provided.


June 2016 Newsletter

posted Jun 23, 2016, 1:46 AM by Nigel Tomkins

June 2016 newsletter now available.

MotoGP Round 7 - Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

posted Jun 5, 2016, 12:28 AM by Nigel Tomkins

MotoGP Round 7 - Gran Premi Monster Energy de Catalunya

Join us, 7:30pm, 3 Clark St, 6th Jun 2016

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
SPAIN


MotoGP #6 & Monthly Meeting

posted May 21, 2016, 6:20 PM by Nigel Tomkins   [ updated May 21, 2016, 6:21 PM ]



http://www.motogp.com/en/event/Italy
Join us, 7:30pm, 3 Clark St, 23rd May 2016

Monthly Meeting followed by:

6 - Gran Premio d'Italia TIM

Autodromo del MugelloITALY

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