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17
09
2018

Ralston Makes His Long-Awaited Return to AORC

Beau Ralston has endured a hard road of injuries over the past two years, but he will be returning this weekend to the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC). Active8 Yamalube Yamaha Racing Team have stuck by the talented Enduro rider and he is determined to prove himself at Kingston SE, in...

14
09
2018

WA’s Oceans Eleven Make the Trek to AORC 

There will be an exciting addition to the paddock at Rounds 8 & 9 of the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship at Kingston SE, South Australia, with 11 riders making the 3,000km journey from Western Australia (WA) to compete against Australia’s best off-road riders. The man behind bringing the...

11
09
2018

Graham Ready to Rumble at AORC Kingston SE

The next stop for the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) will be Kingston SE, South Australian on September 22-23. South Australian Riley Graham will be out to mark his territory on his Yamaha as the championship heads to his home state. Graham is coming off his best performance of the s...

02
09
2018

Milner the Desert Demon at Broken Hill AORC

Daniel Milner has taken out the first ever Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) desert cross country, collecting the E3 class victory alongside the Silver City Desert win. Milner was a man on a mission this weekend, not putting a foot wrong on his way to the E3 win here at Broken Hill, NSW...

01
09
2018

McMahon, Hollis and Phillips Dominate the Desert

In the first ever Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) desert cross country it was Korey McMahon who proved to be the desert master, taking out J4 on his KTM at Broken Hill, NSW with a time of 2:17:26.671. McMahon was coming fresh off the World Junior Motocross Championships at Horsham, an...