|Worlds most demanding Scooter event returns to Gold Coast next week|
— The Scooters may be small but some of the biggest names in the world return to support Le Minz 24 Hour Scooterthon
11am Friday 13th December 45 teams of four riders will begin one of Australia’s longest running motorcycle charity events the Insure My Ride 24 Hour Le Minz Scooterthon presented by UniFilter, MotoExpo.com.au and Reevu Helmets.
The event has been moved from the Gold Coast Showgrounds due to the Commonwealth games village construction to it’s new home at the Xtreme Karting complex, 540 Pimpama – Jacobs Well Road, Pimpama.
Dubbed as the most grueling scooter race in the world, Le Minz is open to standard 50cc Scooters, the scooters might be small but the guest rider line up is as good as it gets.
3 x World Speedway Champion Jason Crump and 3 x World Superbike Champion Troy Bayliss will join forces to compete in next weeks event. It might be a sign of unfinished business for the duo after the scooter they were riding decided the punishment was just far too much and after 21 hours and the scooter was retired.
Racesafe Medical Team – Australia’s leading event medical team is one of the chosen charities of the event, Racesafe will also field two scooter teams on the grid. Racesafe team members will be a mix of paramedics and other guest riders such as Motocross legend Stephen Gall.
Le Minz Scooterthon begins 11am Friday 13th and concludes 11am Saturday 14th December. Public are more then welcome to attend the family event that will include a jumping castle for the kids. Fans are welcome to meet and greet the guest riders, its a simple gold coin donation at the gate.
For more information follow www.facebook.com/LeMinzScooterthon
For more details contact Mark Petersen