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MATCH OF THE ROUND: Saints stung by North Balwyn

MATCH OF THE ROUND: Saints stung by North Balwyn

17/05/2024, Melbourne, Baseball, Melbourne Winter Baseball League, Article # 31773602

Last Sunday North Balwyn Stingers took a commanding 15-1 win over St Kilda in the women’s competition.

The Stingers scored in all but one inning, and didn’t concede a run until the sixth.

North Balwyn’s team manager Rod Jackson was particularly impressed with his team’s hitting, highlighting that they hit well up and down the lineup.

“As we go through the whole list, it’s relentless. Every one of our team can hit every week, and if somebody’s having a poor day, then there’s going to be others that backup and have a great day,” Jackson said.

He also credited his players for their flexibility.

“We’ve got a team that most of the players can play any position. So it’s fun, because you can just give them a chance to play where they want to play,” he said.

Jackson nominated junior Macy Priamo as player of the game for hitting an inside-the-park home run and making an excellent defensive play from centerfield.

“I threw someone out running home from centerfield which is pretty cool,” Priamo said.

She also added she learned from the game that different teams take different approaches to the game, and how to play against them.



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MATCH OF THE ROUND: Research Lower Plenty bats have a day out in the U13 Majors

MATCH OF THE ROUND: Research Lower Plenty bats have a day out in the U13 Majors

03/05/2024, Melbourne, Baseball, Melbourne Winter Baseball League, Article # 31756958

It was a glorious morning for junior baseball at Mill Park last Saturday as Research Lower Plenty took a 13-0 win over Doncaster in the under-13 Majors.

Research coach Jojo Azrein paid credit to his team, who hit particularly well despite missing a number of players.

“They went well! We played short, we played with seven, obviously being the long weekend we didn’t have two of our players,” Azrein said.

“But those guys who came in, Ben pitched really well, we batted well I think, all around. Beside the last inning we maxed out every inning with our bats, so we were doing well with the bat today,” he said.

Azrein nominated pitcher Ben Bird, who threw two innings, as player of the match, but highlighted it was a team win overall.

“The whole team played well, I think almost everyone got on base, everyone probably got a run too, so the team played well around,” Azrein said.

As is common across the league, there were plenty of family and friends in attendance to support the juniors, including Ben’s dad Adam, who was scorer for Research.

He highlighted the importance of supporting clubs through volunteering, to make sure the kids have the best experience possible.

“The game would wither without the volunteers, so it’s about giving back to the club, which gives a lot to our kids,” Bird said.



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  Kingpin Takes Over Manhattan

Kingpin Takes Over Manhattan

03/03/2016, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Kingpin Kuztums Clothing Ink, Article # 16780219

            Kingpin Takes Over Manhattan

By Mark Humphrey

Ringwood, Vic/Aus. 2nd March 2016. The Manhattan Hotel in the Melbourne suburb of Ringwood was the launching place for Kingpin Kuztums 2016 series of “Rats Tatts & Pin-ups” and as has been the case with past events the venue was packed with Rock a Billy rollers out looking for a good time.

Arriving late to the venue the first thing that hit me was how big this lifestyle themed series of events has become. The Manhattan looked impressive with hundreds of party goers cruising amongst hundreds of custom rats, Streeters, rods and bikes that had filled a number of car parks reserved for the show.

The 2016 series follows on from a successful 2015 series in much the same format with plenty of trade stands and merchandise available for keen shoppers along with make-up and hair care professionals that form part of the signature series that is “Rats Tatts & Pin-ups”.

The motorcycle guys were out in force this time out with the largest display of custom and signature bikes seen at a Kingpin event. Lots of cool rides on display for the admiring public. Street Rods have always been a feature of Kingpin Kuztums events and the Manhattan gig was no different with the huge main carpark filled to capacity with gleaming rods and pre 78 classic machines. It was refreshing to see so many new rides parked side by side in the Manhattan carpark and demonstrates just how big these events are becoming. To have that many cars parked at the Manhattan with so many regulars missing indicates just how big the promoter Rob Bellio has built his signature series in such a short time.

Inside the ALH venue live music was belting out of the speakers with 5 bands booked in to entertain the rock and rollers for over 7 twisting hours. An Elvis show was a new feature for Kingpin and proved to be very popular with the rockers on the floor. Food and drink specials were offered up on the day for the Kingpin following with an outdoor carpark booth serving up fast food throughout the day. The kids were taken care of with a jumping castle, clowns and magicians providing the junior entertainment.

All up it was another impressive display of custom motoring and partying by the Kingpin Kuztums crew with it must be noted, the massive support of the Australian Licenced Hotels group (ALH). I’m not sure if the ALH group thought they would see numbers like this so early in the promotion but judging on the public that packed into the venue on the weekend they have certainly backed a winner in Kingpin Kuztums.

The “Rats Tatts & Pin-ups” show will feature 3 more times in 2016 at ALH venues across Melbourne along with some Kingpin social cruise nights at nominated ALH venues. Meanwhile the Kingpin Kuztums lifestyle series makes it way down to the Victorian Market this Sunday starting at 9am. How cool to have custom rides parked under the historic roof line of the Victorian Market. As per usual live music will feature on the day along with some highly customized rides. This event promises to be something special.

For more info on the Kingpin Kuztums series check out the Kingpin Kuztums facebook page.

There’s A Xmas Rumble In Chelsea Tonight

There’s A Xmas Rumble In Chelsea Tonight

30/11/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Kingpin Kuztums Clothing Ink, Article # 15200144

  There’s A Xmas Rumble In Chelsea Tonight

By Mark Humphrey 

Chelsea, Vic/Aus. 30th November 2015. Wow, a quick check of the memory banks took me back to last year’s Kingpin Kuztums Xmas party at Acland St in St. Kilda and here I was once again seeing the custom cruising year out this time at the ALH operated Chelsea Heights Hotel and what a way to finish the year. With no less than 9 bands listed on the day’s running sheet the day was set up to be the biggest culmination of hot-rods, tattoos, rock a billy merch and live music to see out what was an exciting year for Kingpin Kuztums and creator Rob Bellio. With just a couple of small Vic Market commitments in December the Kingpin Kuztums juggernaut can just about apply the brakes for the remainder of 2015.

After securing a deal early in the year with hotels giant Australian Licenced Hotels (ALH) Bellio got to work on developing his themed Rats Tatts & Pin Ups lifestyle events with events scheduled throughout the year at various ALH venues across Melbourne. The Glengala Hotel kicked off the series early in the year but with electrical activity forecast for the region on the scheduled kick off things looked a bit sketchy with some of the regions finest custom vehicles electing to sit out the inaugural ALH event . That aside the mix of custom cars, rock a billy culture and live music on the day was enough to convince ALH management that the Kingpin Kuztums lifestyle events were here to stay.

The following event was scheduled in for Lilydale and with perfect weather conditions forecast for the day Melbournians flocked to the event in droves signifying the confidence ALH had in Bellio’s concept of showcasing the regions finest custom cars, rock a billy and live music to the public free of charge.

Sandown was the 3rd instalment in the series and took another hit with thunderstorm activity in the area and although the number of cars on display was down from Lilydale the band room was packed with rockers.

So after 3 scheduled events throughout the year attention shifted to the ALH backed Kingpin Kuztums Xmas party at Chelsea Heights. The venue housed several car parks with Kingpin Kuztums allocated the carpark adjacent to the main entrance. It didn’t take long for the carpark to get busy with the usual Kingpin mix of custom, rodding, muscle and bikes. The carpark was kept busy all day with cruisers dropping in to check out the scene and catch up with club members and the like. The Kingpin nominated charity for the event was Soldier On who fundraises to support our wartime wounded warriors and were kept busy with the donation tins rattling away for most of the day.

Inside the Chelsea Heights venue the scene was just as hectic as outdoors with the merch and trade stands kept busy with people wanting to deck out in the latest rock a billy gear. A live tattoo display worked in well with the greaser style barber shop and the beauty salon while the weary could take a seat and get a Fit Muscle Massage for as little as $10.

On the other side of the complex the night club was transformed into an all-day rock a billy room with no less than 9 bands scheduled in for the day with Ezra Lee And The Havoc Band kicking off proceedings just after midday. Some of the state’s best rock a billy bands were on the bill to entertain the hundreds of rockers who had gathered at the venue to take in the action of a now extremely popular Rats Tatts & Pin-Ups gig. With rockers hanging in there until late both Rob Bellio from Kingpin Kuztums and the ALH management would have put this one in the books as another giant hit in the series that is Rats Tatts & Pin-Ups.

Dizzy Davidson & Rumblin Wolf

The Kingpin Kuztums year has included 4 Rats Tatts & Pin-Up events, the inaugural Thunder Road event at Calder Park, the Victorian Hot-rod Show gig and the launch of the Kingpin social club along with various trade stand appearances throughout the hot rodding calendar. Two Wednesday night Victorian Market gigs are still to come on the 9th and 16th of Dec ember which will finish up what has been a dynamic year for the Kingpin culture.

With plans already down for next year expect an even bigger year with Kingpin Kuztums lifestyle events coming to venues throughout Melbourne and the region with the Victorian Hot-rod Show once again kicking off the Calendar. Expect another Thunder Road with possibly a further round later in the year. The ALH backed Rats Tatts & Pinups are back again along with a huge Sunday Vic Market day around March. Throw in a steam train gig a winery tour and the Kingpin Kuztums Headquarters grand opening and your Kingpin year is already looking pretty cruisy.

For more details on upcoming events keep an eye on the Kingpin Kuztums facebook page.

Repco Shines on Overcast Day

Repco Shines on Overcast Day

03/09/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Repco Hoppers Crossing, Article # 12702186

Repco Shines on Overcast Day

By Mark Humphrey

Truganina, Vic/Aus. 2nd September 2015.  A bitterly cold weather front greeted the participants in this year’s Repco Hoppers Crossing Father’s Day Show n Shine held at the Foresite Training complex in Truganina. Car numbers were down as you would expect given the conditions but for the brave who ventured out to wander through the display they weren’t disappointed.The event showcased some of the stores major trading partners with companies such as Iron Heads Custom Motorcycles, Backlash Automotive, Penrite Oil, Sassy Party Hire & Event Services, Saas Automotive and Nulon showcasing their products. Backlash Automotive in particular was well represented with a number of promotional vehicles on hand to showcase their creative personal touch to the automotive industry.Backlash Automotive had several machines on display

Iron Head Custom Motorcycles was once again supporting the Repco Father’s Day show and I caught up with owner Alastair Coalter to get a few quick words on the expanding custom motorcycle business and started by asking Alastair the background of the business “well we have only been going a couple of years now here in Hoppers Crossing. The last time out at the Repco show was our first and since then we have had to move to a larger premises due to the workload” he said. Alastair added “we thought we would put something together for last year’s show with Repco and since then we have just gotten bigger to the point where we were just running out of room”. Iron Horse Custom Motorcycles caters for the customer off the street and can give your bike that personal custom touch from mild to wild. “Yeah I guess we cater for everything from mild to wild. You can bring in your Harley or metro and we can throw a set of apes’ at it, custom exhausts, complete rebuilds, anything you can imagine we can do at Iron Heads” he said. Looking at the bike on display I asked Alastair how Iron Heads got involved with the build “Yeah this is Shelley’s bike and we got it as a stock standard heritage Harley. We did the fishtail pipes, extended the cables to allow for 18” apes, installed a springer front end and threw a heap of accessories at her to finish it off” he said. Alastair added “whether it’s an update or simply just change the ride of the bike we can do it from full customize packages to engine rebuilds”. Iron Heads Custom Motorcycles are located at 387 Old Geelong Road Hoppers Crossing.Iron Heads Custom Motorcycles - www.ironheads.com.au - sales@ironheads.com.au

For noise the GEMWAR Gemini burnout car provided that familiar open exhaust rumble as it cruised from the trailer to the display point inside the warehouse nestled amongst some of the regions finest late model street cars.

Gemini Burnout CarThe Renegades Hot Rod Club had rolled in with a number of club members displaying their vehicles and the Collectable Vehicle Club had a handful of vehicles also on display. The Boss Mustang was a standout in the Collectable Vehicle Club display.Classic Corvette Stingray

Several of the regions mobile food and beverage vans had set up both indoors and outdoors to feed the interested onlookers while the kids were getting their faces painted inside. The nominated charity of the day was the Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation’s Westgate branch. I talked to Elizabeth from the Westgate branch who informed me that the foundation was set up to perpetuate the memory of officers killed in the line of duty. All money raised by the foundation goes towards public community projects with the recipients more often than not hospitals. The Alfred Hospital has benefited from a lot of equipment purchased through the proceeds of the foundation over the years with the emergency department of the Footscray Hospital the latest beneficiary of the Westgate branch. Elizabeth said “we recently completed a project to redevelop the emergency department of the Footscray Hospital to perpetuate the memory of police officer Tim Lewczuk who tragically died in a car accident while on duty” she said. The Victorian Police force supports the charity and all monies raised go directly to the foundation with proceeds going towards community projects. The foundation retains a very small portion of the fundraising to cover the cost of 3 administration staff. With over 15 branches state wide the foundation is seen as a vital cog in community fundraising.Victorian Police Blue Ribbon Foundation

Although the weather had a major impact on the event, for those that braved the chilly conditions they were rewarded with a small but fun show provided by the host Repco Hoppers Crossing.  Usually run on the Saturday of the Father’s Day weekend the organisation is hoping to return to the familiar date next year.  Mark it in the calendar for next year.

For more information on this year’s event go to: https://www.facebook.com/RepcoHoppersCrossing?fref=ts

KINGPIN KUZTUMS

KINGPIN KUZTUMS "ARE YOU VEGAS ENOUGH" VIDEO

27/06/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Kingpin Kuztums Clothing Ink, Article # 11015984

KINGPIN KUZTUMS "ARE YOU VEGAS ENOUGH" VIDEO

By Mark Humphrey

Following is a trailer for Kingpin Kuztum's "Are You Vegas Enough" York On Lilydale DVD which is due to be released around the 20th of July.

The event showcased Kingpin Kuztum's vision of providing not just a show n shine but a complete lifestyle event encompassing retail outlets, tattooing, make-up, barber shop, trade displays, pin-up doll comp and of course live rockabilly performed by the best in the business. 

The Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) was on board showcasing some fine examples of extreme drag racing and will look to support future Kingpin shows.

Jump on board for a quick 5 minute tour which features Rumblin Wolf, Cherry Divine and a few cars cruising by. Lots more action with plenty of cars, girls, tattoo's and loud live music on the full version.

Keep an eye on the Kingpin Kuztums facebook page for release dates.

 

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Thousands Flock To Kingpin’s Ink N’ Iron

Thousands Flock To Kingpin’s Ink N’ Iron

19/05/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Kingpin Kuztums Clothing Ink, Article # 10110099

    Thousands Flock To Kingpin’s Ink N’ Iron

By Mark Humphrey

Lilydale, Vic/Aus.  19th May 2015. Kingpin Kuztums have just re-written the script on what a show n shine car event should be with their much celebrated “Are You Vegas Enough” themed  series of rockabilly events showcasing their latest rendition the  Ink N’ Iron party held at the York On Lilydale complex  in the Melbourne suburb of Lilydale.

Creator of the Kingpin Kuztums dynasty Rob Bellio together with his hard working staff, had their hands full co-ordinating the day’s activities which kicked off at 2pm and went through the night with celebrated rockabilly band Rumblin Wolf closing the event just after 11pm. Rumblin Wolf headlined the entertainment package and delivered two sets of classic rockabilly music to see out what was an outstanding day of lifestyle entertainment.

With a 2pm scheduled start things looked steady with a couple of rows of custom street machines lined up providing spectators with a taste of what was to come. Within 45 minutes the designated display area for the custom machines was choc a block with cruisers having to find alternative ways to get their vehicles into the display area. Street Rods and customs were lined up as far back as 2kms just waiting to get their cars into the display area. Spectators had filled the car park along with the ANDRA drag racing display area which was situated at the main entrance. Inside the doors, Joy Ride kicked off the music entertainment with a 45 minute set in the main function room which was followed by The Detonators with 3 more local Melbourne bands lined up to take the entertainment right through to 11pm.Classic rides used for the Pin Up Model photography

The spectators mingling throughout the hundreds of cars and bikes on display in the carpark could have been forgiven for thinking this was just an awesome show n’ shine display. Just over an hour into the event the Russo Motorsport Team fired up their fire breathing supercharged outlaw funny car much to the delight of the large throng of spectators that had infiltrated the ANDRA display. With 2000+hp belting out through the headers it set the scene and indicated that this was going to be one outrageous party that would be burnt into the memory banks of those who attended for years to come. Russo Motorsports Supercharged Outlaw monster thrilled the crowd

And as if that wasn’t enough, Phil Parker from Parker Racing fired up his nitro breathing Top Fuel motorcycle giving spectators the sensation of breathing nitro filled air. Starting to get the picture! One minute you’re walking amongst classic rods, the next you’re head first in the ANDRA drag racing scene! What a mix and the start of your adventure into the Kingpin Kuztums Ink N’ Iron experience. Parker Racing's "Gracie" gave the fans a taste of Nitro filled air.

Classic cars, hot rods, low riders, bikes and rat rods filled the car park. Heavily inked dudes and babes cruised the York On Lilydale car park paying special attention to the low riders section and the cool spinner who was mixing the rap on his twin disc set-up. So cool!Cool low riders were a hit with the crowd.

By now hundreds of people had ventured inside the York On Lilydale with a continual stream of new visitors making their way to the action. As soon as you entered the building you were greeted with a number of activities. To the right was a free mini pin-up both where aspiring young models lined up to get that by gone era image taken. To the left a Pancho’s Kuztums air-brushing display was taking place creating a Marilyn Monroe image with a twist and just behind them were the first of the traders stands. From here you could either veer left or right to continue your journey through this amazing lifestyle event. Veering left had you smack bang in the middle of the heart and soul of Kingpin with their fabulous range of greaser wear on display for all to buy. Mixed in amongst this was a tattoo demonstration provided by Desperado Ink Tattoo Studio, a ladies hair - makeover & beauty stand, a couple of traders stands and believe it or not, a men’s barber shop! Yep you read right. 2 barbers flat strap giving dudes that greaser style haircut. And this was not a gimmick where the barbers gave a demonstration at nominated times. These boys were flat out filling the chairs as fast as they would empty. Simply awesome and just one small part of the jigsaw puzzle that was ‘Are You Vegas Enough’.

A very large part of the jigsaw puzzle was music and although every category in some form or another is entertainment, music headlined the bill leaving no doubt that Kingpin Kuztums is a huge supporter of local music. Veering right from the entrance had you entering the York On Lilydale function room where a temporary dance floor had been provided to cater for the rock n roll twisters. First up was new band Joy Ride who kicked off the indoors entertainment at 2pm with one set of classic numbers. They were followed by The Detonators with a dance routine by the Shimmy Shaker Show Girls splitting the Detonators two sets. The Shimmy Shaker Show Girls

Cherry Divine was up next and also doubled as the guest MC for the night announcing the finalists and winners in the Tattoo competition  with awards supplied by Desperado Ink and the Ink N’ Iron Pin Up Model with awards for this category supplied by Kingpin Kuztums. Ink N' Iron Pin Up Girls

Firebird Trio followed with a couple of sets and man were they rockin the room. Headline act Rumblin Wolf finish the night off just after 11pm. Rumblin Wolf’s lead guitarist and vocalist Dizzy Davidson greeted the packed function room with a big thank you to Rob Bellio and his staff for having the vision to put together such an amazing concept and was happy to have the band back together again after a bit of a lay off.

The music entertainment package as a whole was fabulous with all bands firing up the venue with their sets but there was no doubting why Rumblin Wolf had headlined the day. From their very first number, Rumblin Wolf had the floor packed with groovers rocking away to famous covers as well as their own compilations. It was a fitting end to a simply awesome standalone event that has significantly enhanced the Kingpin Kuztums branding and culture.

Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group (ALH) have to be commended here for sharing the vision of Kingpin Kuztums Rob Bellio for without their support this venture may not have left the ground. In the wash-up it was a decision that has rewarded the 300+ licenced premises group with turnover on the day set to be their biggest ever single day haul surpassing past events that include rock icon Jimmy Barnes. The nominated charity beneficiary in this case Very Special Kids Charity also fared well with the generosity of the patrons amounting to somewhere around $5,000 for the day.

All up it was a fantastically organised day that seemed to go down without a hitch, one that was free for all spectators to come and enjoy. The combination of the trade stands, novelty events, ANDRA drag racing, various auto groups and live music made this event one for the ages and one that has been captured on video and film for all to enjoy.

Expect the DVD to be available for purchase in the coming weeks.                                                    Caprice Photography was the nominated photographer for the event and has produced some cracker images. Joker Photography had the assignment to cover the Pin-Up competition also with some outstanding results.

There were also plenty of other photographers on hand who have posted pics on the event’s Facebook page.

For more info on the DVD release, Caprice Photography, Joker Photography and upcoming events go to: https://www.facebook.com/kingpin.kuztums?fref=ts

Images From The Day

Renegades Cruise The Racecourse

Renegades Cruise The Racecourse

08/05/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Renegades HRCC, Article # 9868901

 

Renegades Cruise The Racecourse

By Mark Humphrey

Werribee, Vic/Aus. 8th May 2015. The 2015 Renegades HRCC swap meet and show ‘n shine at the Werribee racecourse has come and gone with monies raised supporting Australian Cancer and ANZAC 100 Year benefits. Stalls stretching across the tarmac offered trash and treasure goodies for buyers on the prowl while the member’s car park was a hive of activity with some of the regions finest examples of custom motoring cruising in and out all day.

The event was well catered for with a variety of food and beverage vendors feeding the large gallery of spectators that had assembled to grab a bargain or simply cruise through the car display. A handful of judges had made their way through the line-up of custom cars selecting what they thought were unique and exquisite examples of custom motoring and hot rodding with a Top 10 award ceremony bringing the event to a close. Run as an annual event on the 1st weekend in May, the Renegades HRCC event is fast becoming a must do event on the Victorian hot-rod calendar and if this year’s event is anything to go on expect the Renegades to be cruising around the race course for years to come.

Video action from the event.

Cruisers Come Out To Support Jasper

Cruisers Come Out To Support Jasper

24/04/2015, Melbourne, Motorsport - Cruising/Displays/Publications, Piston Steel Shakedown, Article # 9594096

     

Cruisers Come Out To Support Jasper

By Mark Humphrey

Rowville, Vic/Aus. 24th April 2015. Car lovers from across Melbourne came out in numbers last weekend to share in the celebrations of the Piston Steel Shakedown’s Fundraiser For Jasper event.  With weather conditions looking ominous at day-break, the thought of a successful fundraising day looked a touch bleak. The fundraiser was a benefit for a little guy called Jasper who carries a number of debilitating illnesses making him wheelchair bound and in constant need of support. Parents Scotty and Mandi were mingling in with the Melburnians who had ventured out to check out some of the regions finest examples of automotive excellence on display as well as static merchant stalls, food vendors, supporter outlets and of course some good ol rocking music.

After several location changes The Stamford Hotel opened up their doors and carpark to house the benefit for Jasper with funds going towards a new passenger van complete with ramp access. Live music from Rumblin' Wolf echoed out from the Stamford while a couple of Transformers made an appearance in the carpark much to the delight of Jasper and friends. As the morning went on the numbers of spectators had risen alongside the improvement in weather conditions. In the end the day turned out perfect with any chance of rain dissipating by mid-morning.

The generosity of the patrons was reflected in the thankyou issued by Jasper’s father Scott Woodbridge as listed below.

““For those that contributed on the day and to all those who donated through his fund page, we thank you for your generosity and kindness in helping raise some much needed funds for our son Jasper to go towards a new van with ramp access. The total for the charity event at the Stamford Hotel raised $3222, ●$250● kindly donated incorporated from Shannons Insurance on the day. With a further $70 through his Facebook fund page "Little Jasper needs a Miracle Part 2". If you could not make it there and still wish to make a donation please do so via his page fund.  A super effort by all who helped out and took the time to assist on the day and we are grateful to have the support of: PISTON STEEL SHAKEDOWN THE STAMFORD HOTEL SHANNONS INSURANCE CFA (The Basin) BASIN JNR FIRE BRIGADE SES THE MELBOURNE TRANSFORMERS PENRITE OILS ENZED ALL AUSSIE MADE DIDDY RAYS & THE BLUES MANIACS BAND RUMBLING WOLF BAND HQ BROTHERHOOD MCV'S MATT WALKER 60'S-80'S HOLDEN CLUB VIC EARLY MODEL HOLDEN CLUB YARRA VALLEY CHROME BUMPERS KINGPIN KUSTOMS AMY & LINDA'S CAKES JADES FACEPAINTING MIKE SLAPE ELLIS FRENCH ADAM KAMENEK COFFEE 2 GO DORSET RD WOODFIRE PIZZA SHOP BARROSSA OLD GARAGE SWITCH LIFESTYLE AUSTRALIAN CAR EVENTS SCHISM PHOTOGRAPHY GRANTLYY PHOTOGRAPHY WRIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY KUSTOM PIX PHOTOGRAPHY AUSSIE PHOTOGRAPHY SPORTING SCRIBE MUSCLE  LEADER NEWSPAPER HERALD SUN If we have forgotten anyone else we thank you also!””

It was a grand effort by all concerned and especially Piston Steel Shakedown who jumped on board to organise the event. Lots of images from the event are available from the photographers listed above with Grantlyy Photography going a step further by asking photo purchasers to nominate how much they are prepared to pay for their photo with the entire proceeds being passed onto the Jasper fund.

To donate to the fund (Little Jasper needs a Miracle Part 2) go to:  https://www.facebook.com/events/798864700202016/

Video Highlights From The Day

 

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