Throttle Roll ready to rock

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Throttle Roll, the annual celebration of motorcycling and the must-do event for Sydney’s custom bike fans, is locked in for 18 May 2019.

The expansive open warehouse areas at Commune, 901 Bourke Street, Waterloo will ensure the celebrations that kick off at 11am will continue into the evening, regardless of weather conditions.

Yamaha Motor Australia is once again heavily involved with the celebrations, offering visitors the chance to convert a $10 raffle ticket into a brand new 2019 XSR900 valued at $12,999.

Supporting the spectacular display of custom bikes from Australia’s leading custom builders, Throttle Roll 2019 will feature live bands, moto themed artwork, moto markets, trade stands, food trucks, craft beer, Mutt Motorcycle Mini Movies, and the legendary Throttle Roll mechanical bull.

In addition to the XSR900 giveaway, all paying visitors will automatically go into the draw to win a $1000 lucky door prize. Booking on line at www.throttleroll.com will put you in the running to win an overseas riding trip valued at $5000. Event entry tickets are $20 online, or $25 at the door.

About the XSR900
Yamaha’s Sports Heritage flagship, the triple-cylinder XSR900, celebrates Yamaha’s rich history. Styling cues linking the XSR900 to its forefathers include aluminium tank covers, front and rear aluminium fenders, hand-polished aluminium details, stitched seat, circular instrument clock, circular tail light and retro-style headlight with aluminium stays.

Lurking beneath the heritage façade is 21st-century technology, including an 847cc CP3 triple-cylinder engine, three levels of traction control, selectable engine maps, and an assist and slipper clutch.

The 2019 XSR900 is available in two hot new colours – Garage Metal and Vintage Blue. The raffle will be drawn on the evening of the event on 18 May and the lucky winner will be able to choose either colour. Come on down and say hello to the YMA crew.

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