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Only 19 days to go until Boobs On Bikes 2013!


Only 19 days to go until Boobs On Bikes 2013!


We now officially have the biggest lineup of ladies registered to do Boobs On Bikes EVER!

Ladies, ladies, ladies and ladies only - WIN A ZOOMPED ELECTRIC SCOOTER

In case you missed our previous announcement.

Ladies, ladies, ladies and ladies only. How would you like to be given a this brand-new Zoomped Mod electric e-scooter absolutely FREE!

VINZ Certified and including 12 months registration - FREE

You don't need a motorbike licence to ride the Zoomped Mod, a car licence is all that is required. It will do 45km/hr and has a range of about 60km on a charge. A charger is included (you can store it and lots of other girlie stuff in the lockable under-seat storage) so you can simply plug it into a standard wall socket to charge it at home or work.

Valued at $2695 incl. GST plus onroad costs we are GIVING this little beauty away, complete with the optional lockable luggage box shown worth $99 COMPLETELY FREE to some lucky girl.

What's the catch you ask?

None we say (some God-botherers we know might disagree of course - they always do).

All you have to do is participate topless in the 2013 Boobs On Bikes® parade down Auckland's Queen Street at midday on Thursday 29th August and you could ride away from the finish line on this brand new Zoomped Mod.

That's it. Every lady who joins us this year and gets her top off for the parade will be given a numbered card at the start.*

When we get to the end I will ask one of you to draw another card out of a bucket and the lady who has the corresponding number will be handed the keys to take her Zoomped away right there and then (or we can deliver it anywhere in Auckland for you for free later).

We will even give you a brand new helmet so you are 100% legal.

Do we hear you asking where you can go to sign up?

If you want to be a part of what is already shaping up to be the
biggest line-up of ladies on Boobs On Bikes® ever please go to
http://www.boobs.org.nz/join and register your interest and remember..
....

...... it's not about big boobs, little boobs, saggy boobs, augmented boobs,
young boobs or old boobs...all boobs are welcome, including manboobs
(but you can't win the Zoomped sorry guys)...Boobs On Bikes® supports equality
and FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

*VIP stars who are paid to appear at Erotica and take part in Boobs On Bikes® are not eligible sorry.

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