Author Topic: Motori d'Italia at Lansvale 23rd Sept 2007 (NOT the Concourse, but go anyway!)  (Read 17798 times)

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As you would have noticed (in the NSWDOC has decided to run the Concourse D'Eleganza the weekend prior and, since it coincides with our club ride day we are going there then (um, and if it didn't - we would be changing the club ride day!). However there is no reason not to go to both, this is the release info for the latter event:

Motori d'Italia

Is to be held again on the September 23rd, 2007 at the same location-

Cnr Wharf Rd & Hollywood Drv.

All owners of Italian motorcycles, scooters & cars are welcome to come & display their machines from 9am.

Classic & modern machines are welcome from club members or private owners.

Motorcycle Categories

Best Gilera
Best Aprilia
Best Ducati
Best Benelli
Best Laverda
Best MV Agusta
Best Moto Guzzi
Best Moto Morini
Best Other Italian
Best Classic Scooter Pre 1977
Best Modern Scooter Post 1977

Best of class to be selected by the entrants.

Public entry free, all welcome.

Food & beverages will be available at the BBQ area.

Voting to close at 12 noon & trophies awarded at 2pm.


Further information contact-

Bruce on [email protected] or 0404 873 034 Tony on 0433 208 479
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