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Throttle Roll founder/director Mark Hawwa says this year’s show costs just $25 at the gate and will be their biggest yet.
“The show this year is two levels with over 50 custom show bikes, a mini movie cinema seating 50 people with free popcorn, a free mechanical bull, food trucks, coffee and more,” says Mark, who also founded the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride.
“We are bringing bike parking into the show with over 80 bikes on the ground floor.”
“There will also be eight bands, three DJs, food from around the world, cold beers and bands galore,” Mark says.
This will be the last year the show is held at the Commune, at 901 Bourke St, Waterloo, as they are moving to a new location on King St, Newtown.
“There is a chance this may be the last year in Sydney as we struggle to find venues that fit what we do,” Mark says.
“We are looking at venues in Melbourne and Brisbane for next year.”
Win win win
If you miss out on the double pass, you can also enter the $10-a-ticket raffle to win a Yamaha XSR900 or a $1000 MCAS lucky door voucher.
If you buy your ticket online and save 20%, you also go into the draw to win a Himalayan Heroes Riding Experience in India worth $5000 and includes flights and accommodation.
Motorcycle fans will also be winners with a number of manufacturers showing their latest bikes, including Indian with their new FTR 1200, BMW Motorrad, Yamaha, Scrambler Ducati, Harley-Davidson and Sol Invictus who will show their build in partnership with Panhead Brewery.
When: SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2019: 11:00 AM 10:00 PM
Where: COMMUNE WATERLOO (901 Bourke Street Waterloo NSW, 2017)