Announcement
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12
2022

2023 AORC Calendar Revealed

The Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship presented by MXstore (AORC) heads into 2023 with a refreshed calendar of racing that builds on the success of season 2022. In 2023, the Championship will travel to four states, with a mix of new and old venues, as both riders and fans alike will be looking...

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03
2022

AORC Set To Make Return To TV In 2022

The 2022 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXStore (AORC), are proud to announce today that AORC TV will return and be aired through official AORC TV partners, SBS HD and Stan Sport. The partnership will once again bring one of Australia’s most exciting motorcycle sport...

16
03
2022

MXStore To Continue Partnership With AORC In 2022 

The Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) Management Team are extremely proud to announce that Australia’s largest online motorcycle gear and accessories retailer, MXstore, will continue their strong support of the 2022 AORC.  MXstore are a key element to the success of the AORC, by not only...

12
03
2022

Competitor Update: R1&2 FI’s Released & Entries Reminder

Final Instructions (FI’s) & Rider Briefing Notes for the opening rounds of the 2022 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship are now LIVE on the AORC Website and in the documents section of Team App.Additionally please note that self scrutineering is also open on the AORC website via the li...

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12
2021

AORC 2022: The Calendar is here!

The 2022 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXstore (AORC), is today announcing the full 12 round 2022 calendar. The 2022 calendar will see the teams and riders compete in four states across the 12 rounds with some new locations, past evens returning and favourites back in busines...