The Collie Motorcycle Club’s Stockton Park circuit is located on Piavinnini Rd, about 7km east of Collie and adjacent to Stockton Lake.
To get to Stockton Park, follow the road signs to Collie. Stay on the main road heading east towards Darkan. About 7km out of town turn right down Piavinnini Rd. The Stockton circuit is 500m on your left.
The Collie Motorcycle Club has a small membership with an even smaller committee, however the club has the ability to run quality events of all disciplines. The membership base of CMCC is very diverse with both senior and junior Motocross riders, Vintage Motocross, Enduro and Trail riders. CMCC hosts the Griffin Coal Junior and Senior Motocross Challenge during the Easter long weekend. One of the Honda Country Pony Express Series (held on private property) and in the past has hosted state round enduros and state round motocross events. On the local level CMCC participates in an interclub series with other South West Clubs. At club level there is natural terrain motocross, trail rides and general fun days, where the object of the day is to have fun and enjoy the fellowship of other riders. The Vintage MX Club of WA utilizes the circuit for two of their events each year. The Stockton Park circuit consists of sand, gravel and clay. The circuit is approximately 1.8km long and would be regarded as a reasonably technical track. Stockton Park has full circuit reticulated water and is favored as the hosting club for events early and late in the season due to the availability of the water. The club has the standard range of membership options at probably the lowest rates around. All membership applications go before a general meeting for acceptance constitutional reasons). The Stockton Park facilities include the club room with TV, Video and sound system and also incorporate the canteen and bar. The standard male and female ablutions and if you get the boiler going there is hot water. With the best part being access to the beautiful Stockton Lake where you can ski, swim or just take in the view.
Founded in 1976, the core objective of the Ducati Owners Club of Western Australia is to promote the marque, reputation and mystique of Ducati engined motorcycles. Our members are drawn from all parts of the community but all share the passion for Italy's finest motorcycles. Benefits: Access to informed technical advice. Eligibility to participate in Ducati sanctioned events in Australia and overseas. social network. Discounts from specified motorcycle & accessory retailers and service providers. Monthly club ride Weekendd away Monthly breakfast rides Social events Biennial Moto Italiano Ovest Biennial Numduc Rally Participation in charity motorcycle events, and school and community cultural dayts. Advance rider training days Track Days.
Contact: Kirsti (Secretary) 08 99494643
Po Box 317, EXMOUTH WA 6707
Motocross, Arenacross and Enduro Racing. Coaching and providing practice venues.The Geraldton Junior and Senior Motocross Club was formed in April 1976 originally under the name of "Geraldton Mini Bike Club". The name was changed to "Geraldton Junior & Senior Motocross Club" in May 1985.
The Club has utilized many tracks over the years including Bringo and Wells park however, due to property owner changes and a few noise problems these tracks are no longer used.
The Club now has a home track in Geraldton, located on Landfill Rd Meru. The track is still fresh with a lot of work to be done and is showing potential as being an excellent race track.
GJSMC also has a track at Dongara called Whyatt Farm. This is known as one of the best sand tracks in WA if not Australia. Whyatt Farm has been the venue of several Open events and State rounds, all getting rave reviews. It is also the venue for the annual Australia Day Arena Cross event that attracts some of the states best riders racing under lights with thousands of spectators.
We also have an excellent track in Jurien Bay which is used several times a year on our race calendar.
The old Caversham Racetrack. Map on Club website.
Other Historic Competition Motorcycle Club Information.
The Club was formed in 1980, the objectives of the Club are: The organisation of events to cater for older motor cycles (20 years or older) in Western Australia and to promote historic motor sport, historic road racing, historic sidecars, with such Road Racing events including historic solos, Historic and modern side cars, Juniors 13 years to under 16 years old, C and D grade solos & Thunder bikes.
The Club is affiliated with the controlling body of motor cycle sport – Motorcycling Western Australia (MWA). All events conducted by the Club are done so under the authority of MWA and the General Competition Rules (GCRs) of Motorcycling Australia.
Membership is open to anyone interested in historic motorcycles. Ownership of an eligible machine is not a prerequisite.
The Club conducts Road Race meetings at Wanneroo & Collie between March and November, including a State Championship that is held at the end of the racing season.
Food and refreshments are available during the day at events and the events conclude with a presentation of awards and a sausage sizzle with drinks.
The Club also conducts “tuning days”. These track days allow members who hold an MWA competition licence the opportunity to test their machines. If you want to start competing you will need to attend a minimum of one, preferably two, tuning days prior to an observed licence test.
MWA competition licence applications and more information about obtaining a licence are available from the Club Secretary.
If you would like to discuss your machine’s eligibility for events, please contact Alan Warner, on (08) 9490 3299 (after hours).
During the year the Club holds social club runs that are a great opportunity to have fun, get the cobwebs out of the bikes and meet fellow members.
General meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at the Old Caversham Racetrack, Clubroom Harrow Road, Caversham at 8 pm. The format for the evening is firstly a general meeting, to keep members informed of club business, proposed events, and decisions made by the Committee. The evenings include a buy and sell section. Drinks are available, meetings are short and an effort is made to keep them informative and interesting and open to the membership for comments. They also provide the perfect venue to discuss historic motorcycle sport with fellow club members.
If you do not want to race a historic motorcycle, you are more than welcome to help the Club run events. Many members assist as Officials in various capacities and it is an ideal way to get close to the action and meet the riders and members.
Membership entitles the member to enter HCMC events, voting rights etc. Members also receive the Club’s newsletter reporting on events and informative news about the Club.
If you love getting amongst it and riding a dirt bike over corrugated gravel roads, narrow winding tracks, through river and creek crossings, over rough & rocky outcrops, braving the elements through sand and bulldust, fishing for Barra, visiting ancient Aboriginal art galleries, swimming in pristine water holes and sleeping out under the stars in remote camps all set amongst the rugged beauty of Western Australia's remote Kimberley region, then KIMBERLEY TRAIL BIKE ADVENTURES IS FOR YOU!
The Lightweight Motorcycle club was founded in 1952 and the track is located on the South West Highway, Mundijong. It is approximately 15 mins from Armadale. The Lightweight club has two tracks - a motocross track and an arenacross track.
Motocross Track - has 40 start gates and consists of a loam/gravel substance which can be quite slippery when dry and thick and tacky when wet and offers great funfor all to enjoy, the length of the track is approximately 2Kms having a width of 6m consisting of left and right turns and a series of small to large jumps. There are great spectating areas from where you can watch the racing, if it is raining we have an undercover area right next to our canteen and bar area.
Arena Cross Track - What is an arena cross track you ask? Well it is a modified supercross track, meaning that on a supercross track you have doubles and triples, these are jumps with a gap between each highest point, though regulations state that juniors under 12 years are unable to compete on a supercross track so we have had to fill these gaps to make table tops, this offers a more safer environment for our juniors to ride. The arena cross track has only 15 start gates and consists of a loam/gravel substance, it is approximately 600 metres long with tight left and right turns, has a series of whoops and small to large table tops, great flying bar banging action with excellent spectator viewing. Race meets are held Feb/March on a Saturday night under lights and again in Oct/Nov. For further information keep an eye on "Whats on" in the motorcycle section of the Sunday Times
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BRIEF CLUB HISTORY The Manjimup Motor Cycle Club was formed as the Warren Motor Cycle Club on September 22, 1949. Its first club run was held in October that year at Five Mile Well, an isolated area about five kilometres out of Manjimup on the right-hand side of Muir’s Highway. Club runs were also held at Yornup Forestry, Green’s Bridge, Mottram’s Bridge, Rooney’s Bridge, Palgarup Gravel Pits and Cosy Creek in the founding years. The MMCC has been a trendsetter on the national circuit and hosted its first premier event on September 5, 1971, with round two of the Australian International Motorcross Series. It brought world famous riders Jim Aird, Ivan Miller and Randy and Rowley Owen to Manjimup. The club went on to host State championships, Australian titles, the 1992 Motocross des Nations (an international team event held for the first time that year outside the northern hemisphere) and a 1993 round of the World Championship series 125cc Grand Prix.
CLUB HISTORY The Motorcycle Racing Club of WA was formed in 1952 and affiliated with Motorcycling WA in 1955. It is the major promoted of modern motorcycle road racing in Western Australia catering for 14yrs plus on 125GP machines to Seniors (16 yrs plus) on 250's and 600's to 1000cc solo machines and Sidecars (Formula 1 and 2). The Club also conductes Racecraft Coaching Courses for street riders and newcomers wishing to license test for competition motorcycle road racing. Accreditation courses and training for volunteer Officials and Marshals is available year round and interested newcomers are always welcome. Club Membership runs from January to December each year and is available at to competitors, crews, officials and social members. Membership offers discount entry on race days and monthly Newsletters are available on line or via post. Club meetings are held quarterly at the Clubrooms in Wangara (Unit 5, 51 Berriman Drive, Wangara) in the months of February, May, August and November with the AGM held in December. A comprehensive website at www.mcrcwa.com.au offers all the latest racing and racecraft course information, calendars, buy and sell section and much more. Race meetings include a Club race day (season warmup) 5 State Championship Rounds (April to October) and for the 2nd year in a row - a major International motorcycle event - the Kings International.
Main yearly event for the Newman Club is The Memorial event is the result of an ambitious undertaking by the Miles-Woodland family, in conjunction with the Newman Motorcycle Club Inc, to stage a supercross style night event in 2006.
Once the first Memorial had grabbed the community attention, the Miles-Woodlands and Newman Motorcycle Club set their sights on the ultimate prize…permanent track lighting.
BHP Billiton and East Pilbara Shire became the major sponsors of the lighting and with this the club installed permanent track lighting.
WHAT’S NEW IN 2012?
Riders will face an upgraded track, which will inspire great racing and a spectacle worth seeing.
NORSEMAN MOTORCYCLE CLUB INC.
Contact: Vanessa Mcloed (Secretary)
Phone: 0457 022 104
Postal Address: PO Box 78, NORSEMAN WA 6443
Offroad Riding Events are the perfect way for riders aged 4 – under23 years to enjoy the sport of off-road motorcycle riding in a safe, fun and friendly environment. Our events are fully endorsed by the sport’s governing body, Motorcycling Australia.
Safety is paramount at all events. Trained adult Lead and Sweep riders follow each group of riders. Qualified and experienced Coaches teach motorcycle handling skills as well as tips on bike and body maintenance, and qualified First Aid is always on hand.
While competition is part of the fun, most events also have a non-competitive class for those who just want to get out and have a trail ride. There are always plenty of spot prizes so everyone has a chance of being a winner on the day.
All events are held on private property within 1-2 hours drive from Perth - usually country farms - and overnight camping is allowed at many of these, providing for a great family weekend.
There's always a great variety of fun events throughout the year, so get involved and have some fun!
Observed trials is arguably the safest and cheapest form of competition motorcycling, it is environmentally friendly, a family sport which can be enjoyed by all age groups - we cater for all levels of ability - male or female, novice to expert. A sport of balance, skill and concentration - riders ride one at a time over an obstacle course of boulders, streams, hill climbs, logs, drop offs and nearly anything else you can think of ! It is you and your bike pitted against the terrain. For up to date photos & newsletters visit the Trials Australia web site at www.trials.com.au or contact the secretary above.
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Information about Pocket Bike Association of WA Inc (PBAWA)
PBAWA was granted MWA affiliated in 2010.
Memberships are now open. Senior and Junior riders wanted.
PBAWA riders require a MWA restricted license for competition. Events that are held by the club require a MWA recreational day licences, they are available for non MWA members at our Ride Days when signing on.
One of the most important aspects of Pocket Bike Racing, apart from having fun, is SAFETY. The appropriate safety equipment must be worn and comply to MA rules. Pocket Bikes are swift and must be ridden in the suitable locations authorized by MWA.
Unearth your road racing potential that Pocket Bike Riding can build.
Many of the current MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 stars developed their skills riding and racing Pocket Bikes from a young age. After your ride one it all becomes clear why they are so prolific the world over. Miniature riding equipment means that this sport is a relatively inexpensive riding discipline. Relative to their size, a Pocket Bikes power to weight ratio is staggering equivalent to their high-powered big brothers. These bikes are fast and low, and when ridden at kart tracks they give you the equivalent sensation experienced with full scale motorcycles competition.
We love to race, so to increase your skill level we offer rider training and feedback at our ride events. This enables members to build their Skills and confidence, allowing them to move up to competition level when they feel ready.
Riding Pocket Bikes is extremely amusing it's a laugh but racing one should be taken seriously, the racing is intense. Because of their nimble handling, Pocket Bikes are great training for all other motorcycle disciplines. Racing one Increases your flexibility and fitness that rivals any aerobic sport. Many of our club members ride road bikes and are continuously fascinated in this extraordinary sport.
Go on line to learn more about our club, club partnerships information on becoming a member plus all the latest information on PBAWA events.
Welcome to Quad Dreamers, Perth. The first Club in Australia offering Quad Bike Riding for children aged between 5 and 16 years with intellectual and physical disabilities Our Aim: To provide a safe and secure location for children with Disabilities to learn to ride Quad Motor Bikes Quad Dreamers can be found at the Wanneroo Junior Motocross Club and Wanneroo Junior Speedway Track Located on Pederick Rd Neerabup Map 127 in the UBD Director
The Recreational Trailbike Riders Association of WA (RTRA) has been formed to represent your interests as a responsible recreational trail bike rider. Membership is open to riders of registered or unregistered trail or motocross bikes or quads, regardless of age. RTRA is a not-for-profit Association incorporated in Western Australia under the Associations Incorporation Act. All proceeds and revenues raised by the Association go towards the pursuit of the Association's objectives. Until now, recreational riders – those who prefer to just get out and enjoy riding rather than competing in organised activities – have not had an association through which their interests can be effectively represented. Without this representation we do not have a strong voice in government. And without a strong voice in government we can’t hope to achieve positive change. The Recreational Trailbike Riders Association of WA (RTRA) has been formed to represent your interests as a trail bike rider.
Southern Capes is a relatively new club and is in its second full year of operation. With 120 members for 2003 this was a great achievement for such a new club. We think it goes to prove that Jindong is a great track and riders from Perth and all over the South West enjoy riding our track. Jindong is a motocross track covering 1.8Km and predominantly consists of gravel and loam.
Club General Meetings are held on a quarterly basis during the season (August/November/Feb) at the clubrooms of the WA Street Rod Club, Cusack Road, Malaga.
Please visit www.speedwaywa.com.au for information on the specific meeting dates and times.Discipline
About the SupermotoWA Club
The Supermoto WA club was started in August 2004, to cater for the needs of Supermoto riders in Western Australia. We are a serious club, with serious goals. To date a club championship is run every year and the 2011 National Australian Supermoto Championship were held in Geralton, WA which were fully backed by Motorcycling Australia (MA).
Supermoto WA has a bright future, with Australian Supermoto Championship proven track at Wanneroo combined with a dedicated committee who want to progress the sport in WA.
The annual Club membership is $120 per a year
VINTAGE MOTOCROSS IS FOR BIKES BUILT BEFORE 1975. If you own a trail or dirt bike built before December 31st 1974, with no more than 7" front wheel travel and 4" rear wheel travel then it's eligible for Vintage Motocross. VINTAGE VENUES Narrogin Motocross Circuit - The VMCWA has refurbished the old Narrogin circuit to its former vintage glory. A fast and flowing circuit, up and down large hills, it is sure to satisfy your need for speed and thrills. Full track facilities are there - toilets, hot showers, running water, canteen, BBQ's - all for use at club days. Driving time from Perth is about two and a half hours. Camp-overs are encouraged! York and Bindoon Natural Terrain Circuits Members also race on a privately owned "natural terrain" farm circuits, about 90 minutes from Perth. With a grassy undulating layout, with a few water crossings thrown in, these circuits are perfect for the novice or for those just getting back into the sport. Other tracks and other events -Throughout the year VMCWA members are often invited to compete on other established tracks (e.g. Byford and Collie) as well as other types of events ranging from grass track racing, speedway to cross country. The Club is also constantly looking for new venues, so if you have a few hectares and would like to make your own track, give us a call! HOW TO GET STARTED? It's easy..... VMX is low cost, low key, 100% fun! 1. Join the VMCWA Club - only $35.00 for the full one year membership 2. Buy or build a suitable bike 3. Get into shape??! 4. Buy the necessary protective clothing - Helmet, boots, pants, etc. 5. "Take it out and get it Dirty"! 6. Tell your friends and family how fast you were. Even "after all those years". The VMCWA Club is more than willing to assist you with the necessary requirements to race. Even assisting with locating the required machinery. Every month the VMCWA newsletter is published and sent to all club members. Advertising is free and if you need something this is the ideal place to start looking and advertising. Our Editor is more than happy to run any type of ad (with the right kind of bribe of course). The riding attire is standard fare: Approved helmet (AS1698 or similar approval), riding pants (leathers or nylons), sturdy boots of full ankle protection, gloves and full sleeve riding shirt. Some riding attire is available through the club at cheap prices - check the newsletter for details. Racing, fitness and health. No one's as fit as they were 10 (or 20) years ago, but don't let that put you off. Before you start racing its wise to do a little riding to get into shape. You know, gears on the left.... or is it the right? That sort of thing. Don't forget to mention to your doctor, when you are getting your next check-up, that you're going racing - he may want to come too! WANT TO KNOW MORE? The Club meets every 4th Wednesday of each Month: at the Como Bowling Club 99 Hensman St, South Perth. Start time 8.00 p.m.
Established since 1973 Hosted 2 junior motocross national title events. Pinjar Park is comprised of both 50cc and challenging 65cc-125/250cc geared bike tracks of fast straights and spectacular jumps. 8 round graded club championships, catering for 4-U9 yrs 50cc, 7-U13 yrs 65cc, 9-U12 yrs 85cc, 12-U16 yrs 85cc, 13-U16 yrs 125cc solo/250cc 4 stroke classes with a grid of up to 30 starters, usually on posted Sundays between February and October. Track availability includes practice and coaching throughout the year except for maintenance and a week before a WA state championship event, Invitational senior MX support events, social outings all year round for members and their families and opportunities to participate in display team rides at the Royal Show.
Nestled in hills east of Perth, has been located at Eric Walter Park for approx 30 years. The track has man made jumps, table tops, step downs. Track surface is a combination of loamy sand and clay and is 1.8km in length. Bar and canteen facilities on site.
WAWMR offers a safe, friendly and unintimidating atmosphere where women can improve their riding skills, boost their confidence on the road, and work on their road craft. We welcome riders of all levels to the group: beginners, intermediate and experienced.
Bringing together women with a passion for riding is our goal so if you or your partner, sister, daughter, mother or grandmother would like to join, please check out the details on how to become a member.