The sound of hundreds of Triumph motorcycles strapping through Australia’s best mountain roads will mark the 2016 Triumph Rat Rally which is to be held at the Jindabyne Station Resort from 11th – 13th March.
Triumph is gearing up for their biggest rally yet, with more rides scheduled each day making the most of the fantastic snowy mountain roads and local destinations. More demo ride opportunities with demo rides scheduled from Friday afternoon and all day Saturday including the opportunity to test the new Bonneville Street Twin and T120 range.
“Getting together for riding events with our customers is always a highlight of our calendar; the brand attracts such a passionate range of riders on all different Triumph bike styles from supersports to big bore cruisers, adventure bikes and classics. They are a great social event, with plenty of riding, plenty of laughs and great entertainment.” Comments Triumph Marketing Manager, Mark Berger.
The entertainment line up is due to include 80’s rock cover bands, comedians and stunt riders. In addition, Triumph Australia’s technical manager Cliff Stovall will be around to talk one on one with customers on the new range of models for 2016 which feature some great technical innovations and safety features.
Professional photography Danny ‘Wilko’ Wilkinson will be around to offer an exclusive professional photography service for customers who will then be able to download their images post event. The Rally will include, as usual a stunning display of bikes which will be entered into the show and shine with a range of prizes across the categories.
If you own a Triumph, then come along and bring your friends, regardless of what they ride Triumph welcome’s all friends of Triumph to the national Rat Rally at Jindabyne for 2016.
Tickets are just $150 and include meals, entertainment and a commemorative T-shirt plus more.
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