A reminder to all competitors: Applications are now open for the 2024 TdN - September 21-22 event. Full details, including selection criteria: shorturl.at/rJKY2 Applications close on the 15th March 2024 Trial des Nations Team Australia | Motorcycling Australia ... See MoreSee Less
Motorcycling Australia (MA) is calling for applications from both riders and minders to join Team Australia for the 2024 FIM Trial des Nations (TdN), which will be held in Spain on September 21-22. Fo...
The 33rd edition of the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge will be held this week, with Qatari-based Aussie Martin Chalmers (GASGAS) competing in the amateur Malle Moto class where no outside assistance is allowed.
It’s just one bike, one box of tools, and nearly 2000km of the mighty Rub’ Al Khali desert in a pure test of spirit and endurance.
Nine riders have entered the Malle Moto class, while the bulk of riders will be competing in round two of the FIM Cross-Country Rallis World Championship/Cup.
Chalmers finished eighth in the recent Baja World Cup opening round in Saudi Arabia.
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The freestyle motocross community is mourning the loss of 28-year-old Melbourne rider Jayden 'Jayo' Archer, who passed away after a training accident on February 21.
Motorcycling Australia sends its deepest sympathies to the Melbourne rider's family, friends, fellow competitors and associates.
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This weekend’s WorldSBK and WorldSSP races at Phillip Island (February 24-25) will now take place under ‘flag-to-flag’ rules, with a mandatory entry to the pits to change tyres for all bikes.
Based on the information gathered following the final WorldSBK and WorldSSP tests at Phillip Island earlier this week and with the safety of all competitors paramount, the joint decision has been made by Race Direction, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit and Dorna WSBK Organization.
To ensure maximum safety, rear tyres shouldn't be used for more than 11 laps for the WorldSBK class and 10 laps for the WorldSSP class.
Additionally, the race distance for the two WorldSBK races (not the Tissot Superpole Race) has been reduced to 20 laps, and two extra sets of tyres have been allocated for each rider in both classes.