These three senior classes are the AORC Senior Premier classes. Each of these classes always race on the same track across the duration of the event and their times are split via their classes. They are all raced at world level and over the years have helped to propel our Aussies to World Championship status at International events. You must be over the age of 16 years to compete in any of these senior competition classes. A rider’s age on 1st January will determine their age for competition purposes for that year.
E1: 100cc to 200cc 2-stroke & 150cc to 250cc 4-stroke E2: 220cc to 250cc 2-stroke & 275cc to 450cc 4-stroke E3: 290cc to 500cc 2-stroke & 475cc to 650cc 4-stroke
This class is designed as a development class for senior riders who have stepped up recently from Juniors and want to be able to compare their times up against the best in the business in E1, E2 and E3 classes as they prepare to eventually race in these respective classes. Riders must be Under 18 years on the 1st January of the competition year. Machines may be of any capacity.
Veterans & Masters
VETERANS Riders must have turned 35 years before 1st January in the year of competition. Machines may be of any capacity.
MASTERS Riders must have turned 45 years before 1st January in the year of the competition. Machines may be of any capacity.
Both the Veterans and Masters classes is for former champions of the sport that still love their racing and are passionate about it and wish to race with champions and riders from there era. They are valuable members to the Championship with wise heads and have well deserved recognition who certainly haven’t lost the shine on their boots.
The Womens class is designed to support and actively engage women in an all-women’s class which is one of the strongest of all the disciplines of Motorcycling. You must be over the age of 16 years to compete in this senior competition. A rider’s age on 1st January will determine their age for competition purposes for that year. Machines may be of any capacity.
Juniors – J2, J3, J4, JG, (JJ & J1)
These are the Six junior classes at the AORC. Each of these classes always race on the same track across the duration of the event and their times are split via their classes. No person who is under the age of 16 years may compete in other than a junior competition. A rider’s age on 1st January will determine their age for competition purposes for that year.
J2 12 to under 14 years: 85cc 2-stroke & Up to 150cc 4-stroke J3 13 to under 15 years: 125cc to 200cc 2-stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4-stroke J4 15 years: 125cc to 200cc 2-stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4-stroke
JG (Girls) 12-15 years: 85cc to 200cc 2-stroke and 150cc to 250cc 4-stroke
J1 9 to under 12 years: 85cc 2-stroke and 150cc 4-stroke (SW)
JJ 9 to under 12 years: 65cc
2 Stroke Cup (2T)
(2T) 2 Stroke Cup: 125cc upto 250cc 2-Stroke
This class is designed for Senior riders who want to give Off-Road racing a go and also past champions who want to get back into competitive racing.
This class is open to all Senior riders as a support class only, Rider can be any age and must be riding a 125 2 stroke up to 250cc 2 stroke Motorcycle.
Club AORC is aimed at new and upcoming riders to give them a taste of the national Championship competition, while also rewarding them under the Club AORC points system.
Club AORC riders will receive bonus points for participating in 7 rounds or more of the 12 round AORC in 2021. If a rider starts 7 rounds or more, a 50-point bonus will be given towards the rider’s Club AORC points results in their relevant Championship class.
Any rider within 10% of the class winner at any sprint or enduro round or within 10% of the class winners fastest lap for a cross country round will not be eligible for Club AORC.