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New Zealand Motorcycle Awards 2004

Press Release:
November 26 2005
New Zealand Motorcycle Awards 2004 New Zealand Motorcycle Awards 2004



Winners of the 2005 New Zealand Motorcycle Awards were announced at a gala dinner held at the Carlton Hotel in Auckland on Saturday night:

* The 2005 Service to Industry Award Russell Burling
* ACC ThinkSafe Safety and Training Award - Ulysses Club of New
* The 2005 Classic Motorcycling Award - Dave Cole
* Ivan Mauger Speedway Award - John McCallum
* Special Achievement - Flying Kiwis Phil Garrett and Glenn
* Club of the Year - NZ Classic Motorcycle Racing Register
* Promising Newcomer (Off-road) - Michael Phillips
* Promising Newcomer (Road) - Jay Lawrence
* Media Award - Prime Television
* Bike of the Year - Yamaha MT-01
* Rider of the Year (Off Road) - Josh Coppins
* Rider of the Year (Road) - Tony Rees
* The Inductee to New Zealands Motorcycling Hall of Fame - Hugh


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