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News Ian Moss’ Charity ride to the Centre

Discussion in 'Motorcycling News' at netrider.net.au started by NetriderBot, May 31, 2016.

  1. COLD Chisel guitarist and solo rocker Ian Moss is riding an Indian to his hometown of Alice Springs to launch a new album and raise money for the Black Dog Ride along the way.

    From Indian:

    Indian Motorcycle has lent support to Australian rock legend Ian Moss to fulfil a long held ambition to ride back to his home town of Alice Springs. Ian will use the pilgrimage to launch an all-new album titled “Nashville Sessions” whilst in the process raise awareness and funds for Black Dog Ride. Ian will perform a live concert at the iconic Finke Desert Race on the evening of June 10th, debuting the album’s new hit single “Broadway” plus many of the classics and celebrate his home town’s biggest motorsport event.
    “This ride symbolically represents my life journey to some extent, always remembering my roots … my hometown. This is a spiritual ride that I am proud and excited to be doing for a good cause” says Moss.
    “It is also great to be able to use this ride and concert to raise awareness for a motorcycle based charity in Black Dog Ride that is gaining huge momentum, doing really positive things to tackle depression and suicide prevention. Something that all of us I’m sure, at some point in our lives have had experience with or known someone who has had depression.”
    Ian will be departing from the Victory and Indian Motorcycle showroom in Ashfield, Sydney on June 5th joined by a contingent of Victory and Indian riders, VIPs and fans embarking on a 5 day, 2700+km ride via Dubbo, Broken Hill, Port Augusta and Coober Pedy, eventually arriving in Alice Springs on June 9th. To set the tempo, Ian will be performing an acoustic set at a local venue in Dubbo on the first night for ride participants and local Black Dog Ride supporters.


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