MA BBB Frequently Asked Questions

What will happen to the profits from the event?

The profits raised from the Bonanza will be used to maintain the history of motorcycling in Australia, through the work being undertaken by MA's Heritage & Museum Committee.

When and where is it?

The Victorian Motorcycling Complex is wholly owned by Motorcycling Victoria and is located just off the highway at Broadford, one hour north of Melbourne. The event will officially take place over Easter anually, at the Broadford State Motorcycle Complex.

Will there be any racing?

No. This is a strictly non-competitive event, using all the circuits within the Broadford complex. Track time will be allocated to riders and machines according to factors such as speeds, abilities, and the period the bike falls into. The actual program is  published in the timetable section (hit the button on the left) and caters for motorcycles and three wheelers up to 1985.

Where do I stay?

Full camping and barbeque facilities will be available at the complex. There are plenty of motels, caravan parks and farm-stays close to Broadford. Melbourne itself is only one hour away. Pre-booking for camping sites is essential and details are on the entry form.

What about food?

On Saturday and Sunday, there will be extensive food outlets at the complex. The towns of Broadford and Kilmore are well served with food outlets.

Is fuel available?

No, not at the complex. All participants should bring their own fuel supplies.

How do I get around?

Once you have entered the complex, signs will direct you to the camping or parking areas. Transit lanes will be availiable for non-registered bikes and will be arrowed around the complex. Non-registered bikes must not be ridden around the complex uless in transit to your allocated event.

Shuttle buses will operate continuously to transfer spectators between the various events and locations. All personal vehicles used for spectator transport inside the complex need to be registered. Vintage (red plate) and Recreational registration will be applicable for the event.

What about kids?

The 2017 Sahnnons Insurance Broadford Bike Bonanza is proudly a family friendly event

Security and first aid?

Security will in place for the full weekend with bike checks conducted upon exiting the event. Prepurchase all passes and entry tickets must be produced upon request.

Camping passes must be displayed in full veiw on your car or bike.

Medical services will be present during riding times.

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