Tuesday, January 5, 2010



So there we were, checking out Yamaha's official www.yamaha-motor.com.au web site this morning when a photo of three blokes on three spanking new Teneres flashed up on the top of the page, with the heading, 'Bikers for Boobs'.

What's all this about then, we wondered?

So we hit the link and quickly discovered three blokes from the north side of Sydney are currently in the midst of a mighty lap around eastern and central Australia aboard three spankin' new Yamaha Teneres, all in the name of raising funds for the McGrath Foundation.

It was the first we had heard of it, so with a little more hunting around the web, we tracked down a press release (copy below) and discovered they will be finishing their ride in Sydney on January 18. If you can get along and give them a cheer and make a donation to the cause, not to mention tag along with the boys for a section of their ride, get onto the www.bikersforboobs.com.au web site and make it happen!

Press Release:
Bikers for Boobs!
Biker fever is set to hit the McGrath Foundation thanks to Jeremy Adams, Tim Adams and Brad Convington and their ‘Bikers for Boobs’ ride, aiming to raise $50,000 for the Foundation. 
Leaving from Parramatta, NSW, on 27 December, the boys will undertake a 21-day 7,000km motorcycle ride to Alice Springs and back through New South Wales, Queensland, the Northern Territory and South Australia. 
The boys are hoping that local residents along the way will support them by joining them for a leg of their ride or by sponsoring them via their 
Go Fundraise page. 
Jeremy Adams, organiser and participant of ‘Bikers for Boobs’ says “If we could get 1000 riders for the whole ride, how good would that be? We’d love to have 300 to 400 people for the first day!”
To find out how to take part or for more details on the boys route visit 
The McGrath Foundation would like to say a BIG thank you to all participants, especially Jeremy, Tim and Brad, and wish them a safe and fun journey.

-- Clubby, www.trailzone.com.au
   Want to make a comment, then email me at clubby@trailzone.com.au

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