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Round 6 QMTS August 10th - Hosted by Logan River MTC
Written by Logan River MCC   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 22:46

Sup regs for round 6 of the QMTS to be hosted by Logan River MTC on August 10th at The Overflow are now available. Details of the event are further outlined on the sup regs. Entries will be accepted on the day with prior notice to the competition secretary Richard Kent via phone 0405631655 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
2014 'Global Racing Oil' South Australian Moto Trials Championships - Entry Forms
Written by Matt Langtree   
Thursday, 31 July 2014 18:53

SA TITLES

The 2014 'Global Racing Oil' South Australian Championships, hosted by the Keyneton MCC will be held on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th September. The Collingrove Hill Climb at Mount McKenzie, near Angaston, on the edge of the Barossa Valley.

Entries are now open and close last mail Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014.

Camping will be available on Friday and Saturday nights only and will cost $10.00 per family, in caravan or tent, with proceeds going to the Sporting Car Club to help with the upkeep and maintenance of the venue.

Supp regs are available from the Motorcycling SA website. Click here to download

 
Clake Two wins its debut road racing outing at Philip Island
Written by CLAKE   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 21:35

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Chas Hern (24) took his Suzuki GSXR1000 superbike to an overall victory at the final round of the ASBK championships at Phillip Island in the EVO class comprehensively beating the newly crowned 2014 superbike champion Glen Allerton in the process. This was the first time the CLAKE 2 had been used in any class of road racing and the win was all the more surprising given that Chas had only ever used the CLAKE on one other occasion. Chas came second in the first race to Glen, then relegated Glen to second place in the next two races beating Glen by an amazing aggregate time of over 30 seconds. “The CLAKE 2 gave me the confidence to push harder in the wet difficult conditions” said the jubilant Chas. From humble beginnings in the Victorian Trials scene the CLAKE continues to expand its horizons.

 
Goat Twinshock Classic - Get Your Entries in Quick
Written by Matt Langtree   
Wednesday, 30 July 2014 20:48

Goat-Sticker

The Goat Twinshock Classic is just around the corner, now is the time to get those last minute entries in! So far we have had a fantastic response to the event, we have several interstate riders entered already along with a strong contingent of Victorian riders. What is really great is that there has been interest from quite a few riders who have never been to a trial before, it seems there are lots of classic trials bikes hidden away in garages. So if you are one of those new riders thinking of giving the event a go, don’t be shy! You won’t be the only new rider at the event and we will make sure that a few of the experienced riders will be available to help get you started.

Don’t have a twinshock? still want to be part of the event? Why not volunteer as an observer, we have a few people who have already offered their time but we still need some more volunteers, no experience needed, we’ll show you how it all works on the day. If you are able to help out please drop us a message via our website.

In the past few weeks we have been lucky to have a few generous sponsors come on board and support the event with some great prizes. Bell Helmets Australia have donated an awesome Custom 500 helmet, Phil from Global Racing Oils has donated some of his great products and Trent and Cass from TrialsBike have thrown in a few goodies as well. Huge thanks to all these sponsors for their generous support.

The website has also been updated with some more information about the event - check it out.

goattwinshocktrials.com

 
Victoria’s Moto Trial Series Round 2 results
Written by Winesy   
Tuesday, 29 July 2014 22:05

Once again the Oakleigh Motorcycle club produced a great event liked by all.

With the sun shining through after a wet week, the steep and rocky terrain was perfect for all classes.

The initial lap on some wet grassy sections took points away before a common line was relevant for most riders.

Dylan Rees held off Tim Coleman on a close finish after electing to do 4 laps like everyone else.

Zac Mularczyk edged out Brendon Johnson again as their duel continues in A grade

B grade was even closer with Brooke Lonie just pipped at the line by Tim Lewis by 1 point.

John Rees had a slight advantage over Phil Lewis with Ken Cook in 3rd.

It’s great to see the youngsters in C grade coming along with a few new names popping up into the sport.

And finally the sidecar team of Justin & Melissa Foot (the Footies) had a great ride to take home the 1st place trophy by a good margin from 2nd place getters of Milham and Coupland.

If the days riding wasn’t enough, it became a muddy affair just getting out of the long track with 4wdrives pulling many out.

Not to mention the 8 ton motorhome of Richard Midgley sliding sideways and bouncing around while being towed by a trusty Dmax ute.

Hopefully see you all at the next round at Mt Bolton on the 24th August.

 
Round 6 QMTS "The Overflow" Sunday August 10th hosted by Logan River MTC
Written by Logan River MCC   
Tuesday, 29 July 2014 06:38

Logan River MTC will be hosting Round 6 of the Queensland Moto Trials Series on Sunday August 10th at "The Overflow" Boonah. The event will be run in the same format as previous QMTS rounds.

Please contact our competition secretary Richard Kent he will be accepting entries either via phone: 0405631655 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it while we await official sup regs.

 
LRMTC's Thunderbird Park Classic
Written by Ian Rogers   
Sunday, 27 July 2014 15:20

LRMTC held its Thunderbird Park Classic last weekend in the rainforest and under perfect winter skies.

Open attached report for full results and a couple of photos.

 
Tassie Trials July Newsletter + Aussie Titles info
Written by Picktas   
Sunday, 27 July 2014 11:56

Here is the Newsletter for the July Trials at Dilston. Lots of good photo's and comment in it.

Also there is some Breaking News about a couple of Classes in the 2014 Australian Titles.

There has been a bit of a break in Newsletters - but we intend to resume them on a monthly basis now.

 
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