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New Zealand Motorcycle Awards Finalists

Press Release: November 19 2004
New Zealand Motorcycle Awards 2004

NEW ZEALAND MOTORCYCLE AWARDS FINALISTS

The 2004 NZ Motorcycle Awards Dinner will be held at the Sky City Convention Centre in Auckland on November 27 2004. Designed to celebrate the superstars of NZ motorcycling, the event will be a black tie affair.

In addition to applauding category winners, guests will celebrate the 25th anniversary of New Zealands success in the team speedway World Championship. We will also honour New Zealanders who have won the Isle of Man TT. Members of the speedway team, Isle of Man winners plus new World MX2 Motocross Champion, Ben Townley, will attend the event. The names of the finalists in this years NZ Motorcycle Awards are as follows:

The 2004 Service to Motorcycling
Neil Ritchie; Ken McIntosh; Errol McCabe; Mike McLeod
ACC ThinkSafe Safety and Training Award
Brian Bernard; BRONZ Club
The 2004 Classic Motorcycling Awards
One finalist the winner will be announced on the night
Ivan Mauger Speedway Award
One finalist the winner will be announced on the night
Club of the Year
NZ Classic Motorcycle Racing Register, Southland Motorcycle Club,
Taranaki International Motorsport Club Inc
Promising Newcomer (Off-road)
Kirk Bezzant; Cody Cooper; Scott Columb
Promising Newcomer (Road)
Hayden Fitzgerald; Ross King; Jay Lawrence
Rider of the Year (Off-Road)
Josh Coppins; Stefan Merriman; Ben Townley
Rider of the Year (Road)
Bruce Anstey; Brian Bernard; Andrew Stroud
Bike of the Year
Honda CRF 250X;Triumph Rocket III; BMW R12OOGS; Suzuki RMZ250
The Inductee to New Zealand's Motorcycling Hall of Fame
The latest inductee will be named on the night

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