These are the premier senior classes of Australian Off-Road Championship.
Each of these classes will always race on the same track across the duration of the event and their times are split via their classes. They all raced at world level and over the years have helped to propel our Aussies to world championship status at international events. Riders must be over the age of 16 years to compete in any of these senior competition classes, where their age on January 1 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 is designed for senior riders who have recently stepped up from juniors and want to compare their times up against the best in E1, E2 and E3 classes, in preparation to move into these respective classes.
Riders must be under 18 years of age on January 1 in the year of competition.
Motorcycles may be of any capacity.
Veterans & Masters
EV – VETERANS Riders must have turned 35 years old before January 1 in the year of competition and motorcycles may be of any capacity.
EM – MASTERS Riders must have turned 45 years old before January 1 in the year of the competition and motorcycles may be of any capacity.
Both the Veterans and Masters classes are designed for former champions of the sport who still love racing and wish to race with fellow riders from their era. They are valuable members to the championship with wise heads and well-deserved recognition that still have alot to offer to the sport.
EW - Women
The Women’s 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.
Riders must be over the age of 16 years to compete in this class, their age on January 1 to determine their age for competition purposes for that year and motorcycles may be of any capacity.
Juniors – J2, J3, J4, JG, (JJ & J1)
There are the six junior classes at the AORC.
Each of these classes will always race on the same track across the duration of the event and their times are split via their respective classes. All competitors under the age of 16 years must compete in a junior class, and the rider’s age on January 1 will determine their age for competition purposes for that year.
J2 12 to under 15 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 12- under 16 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
The legends class is for older masters of the sport who still want to race and show what they are capable of. This class is open to riders 50 years and older and will provide a platform for these experienced riders to showcase their skills and compete against their peers.
Competitors can ride motorcycles of any capacity for this class.
Enduro Women's Development
The Women’s Development Program is designed to offer a low-pressure pathway into the AORC and provide women of all levels the opportunity to race and improve in a supportive environment.
Open to all senior women who have not been in the top six for the previous season.
Once you have competed in the class for two years and featured on the podium regularly, you will be required to move up.
Pro-level Motocross riders are prohibited from competing in this class.
MA Enduro Commission holds the right to determine eligibility.
2-stroke Cup (2T)
2-stroke Cup (2T): 125cc up to 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, riders can be any age and must be riding a 125 2-stroke up to 250cc 2-stroke motorcycle.