|Motorcycling Australia (MA) wishes to advise that the entries for the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) Rounds 5 & 6 at Dungog, NSW on July 28-29, are now open. |
After an exhilarating start to the season, AORC is off to Dungog for the first enduro of 2018, which will see both the seniors and juniors put through their paces over two gruelling days of racing.
In another first for the season, AORC will feature two new support classes, the 125cc Amateur Cup and the Vintage class joining the Championship for Rounds 5 & 6.
The 125cc Amateur Cup is a great addition as a support class and is open to all Senior riders, Riders can be any age but they must be riding a 125 two-stroke Motorcycle.
For the first time ever in AORC history, A vintage support class will run and it will be the Evo-Pre- 86 and will be open to all Senior riders riding a Evo Pre 86 manufactured bike. The bike must be as per Factory standard specs, aftermarket parts may be used but not to improve the performance of the bike.
As this is a time carded enduro event and riders will ride on public roads senior riders (excluding the EJ Under 18’s Class) who do not have full road registration will require an Unregistered Vehicle Permit (UVP). This can be applied for and purchased through the standard entry process.
Stay up to date with all the happenings of the 2018 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship by visiting the brand new AORC website at www.aorc.org.au! or by following the AORC on Facebook as well as @aorc on Instagram.
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