Australia's most successful Speedway racer Jason Crump teams up with Australia's most successful Superbike racer Troy Bayliss in the would toughest Scooter race stating at 12 Midday Saturday (8th Dec) Gold Coast Parklands Showground's and ends at 12 Midday Sun (9th Dec).
They have six world motorcycle championships between them and their support for the Le Minz 24 Hour Scooterthon will help raise much needed funds for many charities.
In what can be only be described as a star studded line up, spectators will witness Crump and Bayliss go head to head with Garry McCoy
himself a World Superbike and 500cc world motorcycle race winner, Stephen Gall
one of Australia's most decorated off road motorcyclists, Darcy Ward
2 x world under 21 speedway champion along with 23 other teams all competing on the 50cc scooters.
Don't be surprised to see a handful of other special guest riders including AFL legend and radio host Peter Spida Everritt
and V8 Supercar drivers.
The family event will continue to run in rain, hail or snow. Bayliss is excited about the chance of rain.
"bring on the rain, it will really ad to the challenges of the endurance event" Bayliss stated.
"I hope the Gold Coast come down and really support the event, the riders and the charities involved" he added.
Spectators are more then welcome to attend, with the gold coin entry going straight to charity. Entry for spectators is via GATE 4, Gold Coast Parklands Showground's.
For more information visit www.facebook.com/leminzscooterthon
Troy Bayliss getting 120% out of his 50cc Scooter.