Hipsters who roll out for the fourth annual Throttle Roll Street Party in Marrickville Sydney this weekend have a chance to win a custom bike and a Segura jacket.
Throttle Roll was started in 2013 to showcase local bike builders. It also includes plenty of music from live bands and DJs, as well as food stalls and bevvies on tap.
This year’s event is sponsored by Royal Enfield whose retro range has become a must-have for hipsters.
They will show their custom Desert Storm, the new green Continental GT and Classic Squadron Blue.
Meanwhile, Yamaha, BMW, Ducati, Moto Guzzi, Royal Enfield and others wI’ll also have production and customs on display.
Yamaha is muscling in on the action with the launch of their new retro-cool XSR700 and XSR900 production bikes as well as a custom learner-approved XSR700 inspired by the legendary DT1 and a XSR900 built to epitomise the awesome RD350 of the 1980s.
Hipsters also have the chance to win a Segura jacket simply by having their photo taken on one of the trick XSRs, then posting it on Instagram with the hashtag #throttlerollXSR. Or you can bring your own Yamaha custom bike, wheel it on to the Yamaha stage and they will take the photo for you.
You can also win a new customised Sol Invictus Nemesis 400 by taking a picture of the bike on display, following @sol_invictus_moto and @throttleroll on Instagram, posting your photo to Instagram with the hashtag #solinvictusthrottleroll and hanging around for the 6pm draw.
You can also submit your own custom bike in the show.
Live music will be supplied by The Snowdroppers, Pat Capocci, Frank Sultana and the Sinister Kids, Deep South and Down, The Drey Rollan Band, Los ones, The Persian Drugs, Wes Pudesy & The Sonic Aces
Here’s a great video of the fun and entertainment from last year’s event.