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Show musters bikes and crowd

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April 13, 2018

Members from Corowa Rescue Squad, Friends in Common Yarrawonga, Cobram Search and Rescue and Barooga Little Athletics were given $120 each from the Mulwala Waterski Club and Boosey Creek Club Inc. Motorbike Muster Show.

Troy Metzner with his motorcycle.

Boosey Creek Club Inc. Mortorbike Muster Coordinator, Ross Macartney on his Harley Davidson.

Aidan Griffs of Cobram.

More than 110 motorbikes made their way to Yarrawonga in late February for the Motorbike Muster Show and Shine held on the picturesque Lake Mulwala foreshore.

Organisers Mulwala Water Ski Club and Boosey Creek Club Inc were thrilled with crowd numbers as well as the quality of entries into the show.

Plans are already under way to make the event bigger and better next year.

All up, 56 prizes were available to the public and exhibitors to win, with a total value of about $3000 up for grabs.

Tony Scalzo was MC, and local motorbike enthusiast Loretta Ariano judged the top awards provided by Mulwala Waterski Club.

Best Motorbike went to Arthur Crosswaite, and Mick De Rooze was awarded Best Trike.

Yarroweyah’s own Moz Carter walked away with the Best Custom Paint Award.

Not only did the show give patrons a fantastic opportunity to view some exquisite machinery, it also saw various community groups receive a generous donation.

Corowa Rescue Squad, Friends in Common Yarrawonga, Cobram Search and Rescue and Barooga Little Athletics were each given $120 from Mulwala Waterski Club and Boosey Creek Club Inc.

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