Lead Truck Bid

Would you like to Lead the next Convoy???

Be the First out the gate, and Lead the Convoy from Forest Lake to Redcliffe…

Imagine the feeling of leading 600+ trucks Northbound on the Pacific Highway, being admired by onlookers, and receiving prime position at the Redcliffe Showgrounds. This feeling is exactly what our Lead Truck Bidders thrive on.

By entering our Lead Truck bid with your Convoy registration, you and like-minded Drivers compete in an auction for Lead Truck Position, with all money raised going straight to Hummingbird House.

How Lead Truck Bidding Works

It’s quite simple. You can make your opening bid ($100 minimum) when you register your truck or bike.

Once we have received your initial bid, you will go on the leader boards below, together with a photo of your pride and joy, so others can see your commitment.

Initial Bids will close on Wednesday 3rd November, 2021 at 4pm. We will have a final bidding war at 7pm 3rd November via Messenger for everyone who has placed initial bids, where we will continue to take bids until there is a final result. Each bid will be shown and have 1 minute to be outbid before becoming final.

So now is the time to get your initial bids in. Harass your work mates, bosses, your friends, even people you don’t like, to help you with your bids. If you would like a bid sheet to show everyone what and why you are asking them for money, feel free to email leanne@bc4k.com.au, and she can provide it to you.

The starting line up for trucks and bikes will be announced at 10am Thursday 4th November.

Any queries, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

Lead Truck Bids

Position NameAmount BidPhoto
1Steven Kennedy$800
2Tristan Cartner$500
3Wayne Sampson$200This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is lead-truck.jpg
4Reece Powell$150This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is ReecePowell-LeadTruckBid-4-300x159.jpg
5BJ Munro$100This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is BJMunro.jpg

Lead Bike Bids

Position NameAmount BidPhoto

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