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Tuesday, 26 June 2012

THE LAST THURSDAY NITE RIDE INC WRB


ON RIDE  THIS WEEK

THURSDAY NIGHT FOR THE LAST TIME


·         We talk to Shaun Lennard, Chairman of the Australian Motorcycle Council about the apparent reductions in motorcycle fatalities

·         Greg Heatley from Nepean Raceway joins us in the studio to discuss the upcoming ‘King of Nepean’ meeting and the future of dirt track racing in Australia

·         We talk to Wayne Baffsky about his concerns over the new NSW consorting laws

·         We talk about Rides new Sunday evening timeslot and what will be on the first programme

·         And we look forward to Casey Stoners next Moto GP adventure and ask if he can solve his chattering problem – the bike not the wife?

·         Plus  lots of news, views and music from Australia and beyond

ON RIDE THIS SUNDAY        

·         We relive some of the fun and challenge of the Ride’s first year on Alive 90.5 including:

·         We reflect on the life and times of Marco Simoncelli with Ten Sports Daryl Beattie

·         Angry Anderson explains why he wears a white full face helmet

·         WSFM’s Brendan Jones raves about motorcycle television show called Temporary Australians

·         National MP  Luke Harstsuyker explains why he raised the issue of wire rope barriers in Federal Parliament. See what Luke told the Federal Parliament below.

·         Investigative Journalist Adam Shand talks about ‘Uneasy Riders’ recently aired on the SBS Insight Programme

·         Plus lots of other news, views and some great Aussie music.

TUNE IN in Sydney live on 90.5 FM and across Australia on www.alive905.comfrom 7pm -9pm EST on Sunday.                                                                                                                                                        

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