Friday, 22 June 2012



After a year on Thursday's at 10pm with a two hour motorcycle news and entertainment programme on Alive 90.5 FM in Sydney, national motorcycling identity Greg Hirst from Brotherhood Christian Motorcycle Club has been given a primetime spot on Sundays from July 1.

Starting at 7pm the show called Ride will continue it's national emphasis with interviews and news from riders across Australia during the two hour show which also features some great Aussie music.

This weekly programme reaches a national audience through Alive's website which broadcasts all its programmes online and can be heard from July 1 in Queensland, NSW, Victoria and Tasmania at 7pm, South Australia, Broken Hill and the Northern Territory at 6.30pm and in Western Australia at 5pm.

Next Thursday night's programme will be the last before the move to Sundays and will feature the Chairman of the Australian Motorcycle Council Shaun Lennard talking about the recent reduction in motorcycle fatalities and Nepean Raceway's Greg Heatley, who will talk about the future of dirt track racing in Australia.

Last night's guests included former Howard Government Speaker David Hawker, who rang in from a back road in Central Victoria after his motorcycle broke down and Nick Cowdery, former NSW Director of Public Prosecutions, who is a fierce opponent of the various anti-association laws being used in Australia.
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