Anyone may come along, tickets are and should be pre-booked via direct deposit to: Rotary Club of Blakiston Project Account BSB: 105 101 A/c number: 015 916 840 Please use your first initial and surname as the reference. We have published the MRASA position on lane filtering on our lane filtering page.
The MRASA welcomes your comments and input, feel free to contact us with your thoughts and perspective via our contacts page.
The MRASA have recently been made aware of a Council in NSW promoting the use of an information card to have on your person that can be used by emergency services personnel in the event of an emergency. If you possess a mobile phone and carry it with you when motorcycling, the ICE method would fit the same purpose.
To use the ICE method, simply add an entry into your phone contacts.
Set the first name to ICE, leave the surname blank, set the company to be the name of the person and their relationship to you (Mary - Wife).
We are now calling for marshals for this years Toy Run.
This is a rewarding and privileged way to enjoy the Toy Run, and will involve just a couple extra hours of your time on the day.
Training is free and your lifetime accreditation is issued by SAPOL themselves.
For more information on how to be involved, please see the marshals section on the Toy Run Webpage.
The Rotary Club of Blakiston and Wallis Theatres Mt.
Barker are presenting a very unique screening of the Shell Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix.
Come and watch all 20 Laps - 110.9 km on the Big Screen at Wallis Theatres Mount Barker Sunday 30th October 2016 at - pm. so there will be plenty of light for those who want to ride home afterwards.
There are a number of food outlets within a couple of hundred metres of the theatre. The MRASA is in negotation with key parties to have South Australia adopt lane filtering legislation.