BMW Motorrad Partner Black Dog Ride
BMW Motorrad, Black Dog Ride and Lifeline give riders an opportunity to win a R nineT Scrambler
BMW Motorrad is again partner with Black Dog Ride and Lifeline in giving riders the opportunity to win a stunning R nineT Scrambler worth $21,480, including on-road costs, in the annual Black Dog Raffle.
The proceeds of the raffle will go towards Lifeline to assist their vital work preventing depression and suicide.
Founded in 2009, the Black Dog Ride aims to increase awareness of mental health issues and prevention of suicide. Since inception Black Dog Ride has involved thousands of motorcyclists in raising over $2.2 million for mental health services.
Black Dog Ride founder Steve Andrews has become a crusader in suicide prevention and increasing awareness of mental health issues.
Steve Andrews, Black Dog Ride Founder
“Remember depression is an illness, not a weakness and effective treatments are available. It’s important to seek help early and with the right treatment most people recover.”
BMW Motorrad Australia General Manager, Andreas Lundgren, is delighted to be able to support such a great cause with the R nineT Scrambler.
Andreas Lundgren, BMW Motorrad Australia GM
“Mental illness and its associated issues, including suicide, is a huge problem in society. BMW Motorrad is very happy to be involved in helping spread the message of help through supporting the Black Dog Ride Raffle and Lifeline.”
There are only 2,000 tickets at just $50 each. Don’t miss out, get your tickets and support Black Dog Ride and Lifeline in their vital work.
Tickets can be purchased here, so don’t forget to grab one while you can. The raffle closes 11.95pm (AWST) Monday 7 November 2016.
Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services. Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute. People call Lifeline’s 24 hour crisis support service 13 11 14 about many things including: anxiety, depression, loneliness, abuse and trauma, physical or mental wellbeing, suicidal thoughts or attempts.