The 2016 Penrite Broadford Bike Bonanza is on again this Easter weekend 26-27 March and the PBBB organisers have created another class in the program for 50 more roadbikes to enter.
Now in its eighth year, the Bonanza brings together riders, racers and enthusiasts from the broad cross-section of motorcycling: road racing, motocross, trials, flat track, speedway and observed trials. But it’s not a race, and you can enter even if you aren’t any good!
Held at the Victorian State Motorcycle Complex in Broadford, the PBBB includes events on numerous circuits and gives bike owners and riders a chance to showcase their metal and marvel at the machinery of others.
The theme for this year’s Bonanza is the ‘Australian superbike and its riders’. The event will celebrate local legends from the 70s, 80s and 90s – guys like Mick Hone who will be bringing two of his racebikes.
If you’re keen to be part of the roadbike-riding pack, you only need to turn up on the Saturday and enter at the gate. Entries for all other types of bikes will also be accepted as there are still spaces in the overall program. Or if you just want to be part of the thousands who cruise their way across the weekend you can find all the details at the link below.
The PBBB Easter weekend is a full calendar and you can camp on the circuit for a modest fee, or if a bed and shower are more your style there are apartments available at the Kilmore Motel. For all enquiries, contact Maxine on (03) 5782 1346.
Please note: Organisers are no longer accepting entries by mail or email as tickets and passes are unlikely to reach entrants in time.
For more information on the Penrite Broadford Bike Bonanza, head to www.ma.org.au