Yamaha Gets High as Title Sponsor of Cronulla RNR9


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If you’re a regular reader of our content, then you’ll know we’ve covered the Rip‘n Ride event over the years. But what you may not know, is that Yamaha Motor Australia, along with Marina Bayside, Yamaha Motor Finance, and Yamaha Insurance, have once again teamed up with the folks at Rip ‘N Ride as the premier sponsor for this year’s event.

As part of their ninth consecutive year in partnership, this year’s event is expected to bring the biggest turnout yet – with some of the world’s best performing freeriders for around the world attending. Since the event was announced earlier in June of this year, more than one hundred entries were sold in mere minutes. If that’s not enough to get you excited to travel to Cronulla, NSW, this October 21-22, then get ready to be even more hyped.

“Yamaha has been involved with the Rip’n Ride since it’s conception nearly a decade ago,” said Grant Binskin, National Marketing Manager for Yamaha Marine Products in its press release. “It has proven to be the perfect platform for riders to come together and showcase their unique talents in a fun, safe and controlled environment. It’s also a great way for Yamaha to promote our unique Superjet model, a watercraft that has been the backbone of stand-up and freestyle sport-riding for over 20 years.”

Just like previous years, the event will conclude with its famous after-party, where you’ll have the chance to witness the award ceremony for the event’s winners – including a sponsored prize for each entry, and a Yamaha SuperJet valued at more than $11,3300 as the grand prize. Hyped enough yet? Then checkout Rip ‘N Ride’s Facebook page here for more information. You’ll be glad you did.

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Ryan is known by his parole officer as an insufferably irritable jerk who often finds himself sleeping in other people's cars when he's not masquerading as an inner-city mall Santa 9 months out of the year. When not writing for The Watercraft Journal, Ryan can be found outside of the Circle K in San Dimas, CA.

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