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Ausrevs Official Cruise #8 - Sat 20 Jan


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With the beautiful summer weather upon us, what better way to spend a warm summers night then cruising around with a bunch of like minded enthusiasts?


MEET TIME: 7:30pm

MEET DATE: Saturday 20th January

MEET LOCATION: Bunnings Box Hill, 259 Middleborough Road



DEPART: 9:00pm

UHF CH: 15

Maps will be available at the cruise, which you can get for a gold coin donation. Please note that the maps will be available from the SECOND entrance as it is alot more low car friendly! We will be handing out raffle tickets with the maps, and we will draw the winning tickets before we leave the first meet point. The prizes up for grabs at are:

1 x $25 fuel voucher

5 x AUSREVS Sticker with your choice of needle colour

If your not lucky enough to win one of the 5 stickers up for grabs, they will be available for $15.00 each but get in fast! Needle colours are GREEN , BLUE , RED , YELLOW , PURPLE and PINK. First in, best dressed! Replacement needles can be bought for $1.00 each for those who need a change.

Cold cans of soft drink will also be available for $1.


AUSREVS does not condone or endorse illegal behaviour. For your safety and the general publics please follow all appropriate road laws. Been a hero helps no one in or out of the club. This is a cruise club, not a burnout club. If you are bringing mates please ensure they understand and respect our rules.

It will be a fantastic night, so wash up your rides, fill the tank with petrol, grab some mates, and we hope to see you all out there!



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