Wednesday, 29 July 2015

International Land Rover Day - Kenya




In December of this year production of the Defender comes to an end after 67 years of Series 1's, 2's, 3's, Ninety's, One Tens and Defenders. Today's Land Rovers wouldn't exist without this lineage and it's time to celebrate these unsung heroes.  On the 2nd of August the aim is to get as many Land Rovers on the road all over the world as a mark of respect to the Defender and its forebears.  


What will Land Rover owners, users and supporters in Kenya be doing?  Bundu Rovers Club has organized a drive and koroga party and we are calling on all LR owners and enthusiasts to bring out their Land Rovers to a convoy drive starting in Nairobi from 8.30am at selected Shell Fuel stations in Karen (round about), Lavington (St Austin), Westlands (opposite The Mall), CBD (Vic Preston) and Mombasa road (South B) and a fun gathering at Swara Plains (Acacia Ranch) in Athi River where we will have a fun off-road course, koroga/bbq, game drive or fishing and lots more happening. 


How can you participate? Join us, tell your story, show us your machine and share with us as we celebrate this iconic brand. Come see others and network, share tips and tricks on maintenance, power, off-roading and more.  Let's join the rest of the LR fraternity around the globe celebrating the vehicle that led to every Land Rover on the road today.  Sign up today via the link to get a special rate on entry fees – Kshs 1,500 per vehicle.  On the day the charges are Kshs 2,000 per vehicle.  Can other 4x4s join the fun?  Whilst Land Rover Owners and users are our VIPs we are not locking out other 4x4s from enjoying the free spirit of Land Rover so come along and let’s have some fun!

Let's do this, let's celebrate all around the world 67 years of Land Rover!