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V Energy Big Air Chilly Bin Jump on this Weekend

V Energy Big Air Chilly Bin Jump on this Weekend


V ENERGY 4 & ROTARY NATIONALS SHOW AND SHINE: ASB SHOWGROUNDS, 217 Greenlane West, AUCKLAND (Saturday 25 January, 9am - 6pm)

V ENERGY 4 & ROTARY NATIONALS DRAG RACING: FRAM AUTOLITE DRAGWAY, State Highway 1, MEREMERE (Sunday 26 January, 8:30am – 5pm)

Jumps scheduled for 1pm both days

V Energy has taken New Zealand’s favourite summer accessory, added a massive dose of energy, a 125cc, 2 stroke engine and a lunatic stuntman for this weekend’s V Energy Big Air Chilly Bin Jump.

The souped up V Energy Chilly Bin will be attempting an epic ramp jump at speeds of up to 100km, with New Zealand stunt driver Kruzah at the helm.
The stunt will take place at 1pm during the V Energy 4 & Rotary Nationals Show and Shine at ASB Showgrounds on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 January. Gates open at 9am and tickets are available on the day for $25.

Check out our sweet Instagram video about the V Energy Big Air Chilly Bin Jump here: http://instagram.com/p/jaloCGHkp6/#
V Energy Big Air Chilly Bin Jump

V ENERGY 4 & ROTARY NATIONALS SHOW AND SHINE: ASB SHOWGROUNDS, 217 Greenlane West, AUCKLAND (Saturday 25 January, 9am - 6pm)

V ENERGY 4 & ROTARY NATIONALS DRAG RACING: FRAM AUTOLITE DRAGWAY, State Highway 1, MEREMERE (Sunday 26 January, 8:30am – 5pm)

Jumps scheduled for 1pm both days

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