Cobram prepares to raise funds for Tyndall
March 04, 2013

The Cobram Border Jnr. MC is busily preparing its track ahead of this weekends fundraiser open for Jeremy Tyndall.

THE COBRAM Border Junior Motorcycle Club will throw open it’s gates – and hearts - and host the Murray River Masters on March 9-10 in an effort to raise funds for Jeremy Tyndall, current Victorian A Grade Junior champion, who was injured in an accident in Coolum last year.

16-year-old Jeremy, who hails from Waaia, south-west of Cobram, impressively won the 2012 Victorian Junior A Grade Motocross Championship in Mooroopna last year at his first attempt. Whilst competing at the 2012 Australian Junior Motocross Championship in Queensland in October the rising motocross star fell off his bike on the first corner of the 150cc race.

Work is well underway on the motocross track for the 2 Day Open. "We had a great turnout last weekend for the work ride and now this week the track has had it's annual makeover," Cobram cub president Robert Mestrom said.

"We had exacavators, tractors with ripper, roterras, slashers and a lot of willing workers. It was a great effort by everyone," Rob added.

View the latest photos of the track on our Facebook Page. "How could you miss this Open?" Rob added. "It's a great chance to support one of their own by entering in the
the 2013 Murray River Masters this weekend!"

All profits go directly to the Jeremy Tyndall Rehabilitation Fund.
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