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Key points:A new series of Trundles have been launched in New ZealandThe first Trundle launched last month on the Nelson riverThe show’s stars include former New Zealand Rugby Sevens stars, Daniel Kish and Scott McLaughlinThe show, based in Auckland, is the first in a series of events that will take place on Trundlers and will be broadcast on Channel Nine every Saturday, beginning in October.
In a bid to capitalize on a demand for the show’s star-studded stars, Trundler, the brand name given to the brand by the team behind the show, has launched a new series called Trundlenomics.
In the show the stars of the show are joined by local and international rugby players, including the two-time World Cup winner Scott McLoughlin and former New Zealander Daniel Kif.
The series, which is being launched by Trundlax, will air on Trundernomics every Saturday in October at 8:30pm.
It will include a host of players, such as former New England All Blacks centre Dane Coles, who will be joined by current players like former New York Red Bulls wing Scott Armitage and former All Blacks fullback Paul James.
The event will be hosted by Trunderlax’s director of brand and commercial, James Gulliver.
The show will also be available on YouTube for viewers to watch and discuss.
The Trundly brand is based on the concept of the Trundled, a bicycle with wheels made of metal and rubber.
It is a modern way to ride a bike.
The brand is owned by Auckland based Trundlex, which has been in operation since 2012 and is now a global brand with products in over 150 countries.
The new series will have a number of events.
On the first episode Trundlinomics will be screened on Trunstle TV, which will be available for a limited time to viewers across New Zealand, Australia and New Zealand.
The first event will take over the Ngaioi Harbour at 2:30am, followed by a live show on Trunda TV, featuring former All Black, current New Zealand and New Zealand two-Time New Zealand Sevens Sevens World Champion and current All Blacks international Ryan Jones, who has also played for New Zealand’s Blues, Blues RFC and Crusaders.
The final event will also take place at 7:00pm.
The New Zealand tour will also include three games in Auckland’s CBD, on Saturday, October 8, the first being a match against the Canterbury-Bankstown Dragons.
Trunderlox has also confirmed that a second event will go ahead in the city of Wairoa, which was chosen due to the city’s proximity to the Trunderlands.
This is part of Trunder Lax’s global expansion and will see the brand launch in more than 40 countries.