The Brighter Days Festival is an annual three-day family-friendly event held in the picturesque town of Bright in north-east Victoria over the Labour Day long weekend, with a huge emphasis on motorcycles, cars and music.
The centrepiece of the festival is raising funds for a number of children’s charities, and since its inauguration in 2013 over $2.5m has been donated to help research into issues like sudden unexplained death in childhood and epidermolysis bullosa, a rare genetic disease that causes fragile skin. That fundraising focus also gave rise to the ‘brighter days’ moniker.
A massive raffle traditionally forms a major part of the fundraising drive, and for the 10th instalment of the Brighter Days Festival from March 11-13, 2022 CFMOTO Australia has joined the party.
The all-new UFORCE 600 UTV is a part of the seven-strong raffle line-up, which also includes cars, motorcycles, a tool set, holiday package and e-bike. A total of 6000 tickets will be sold at $100 each.
The following artists will be performing: Chocolate Starfish, Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi, Thirsty Merc, Jack Jones, Nicky Bomba, Reece Mastin, Darlinghurst, Bjorn Again, Cool Change and Screamin' Eagles.
ABOUT THE UFORCE 600
The newest UTV in CFMOTO’s line-up takes design, performance, ergonomics, electronics and driving dynamics to new heights.
It has multiple power modes – unique to the middleweight UTV class – 2WD/4WD and a rear limited-slip differential to keep your turf looking pristine.
And the electronic smarts continue with the electronic hill descent control, and there’s a new bench seat with nearly 100 litres of hidden storage compartments.
It’s also lighter (by 42kg), more powerful (by 3hp and 19Nm) and has greater towing and cargo box capacities than the superseded UFORCE 550.