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Eden-hopes, dreams and wishes

Good morning Edenhope! We’re back again, for Rounds 5 & 6 of the 2024 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship presented by MXstore (AORC). This weekend we’ve moved west from Mount Misery to Edenhope, Victoria. As usual, you’ll find everything you need to know ahead of this weekend’s racing below, from accessing timing, visiting Edenhope and the official entry list.

This event is proudly supported by the Victorian Governments Significant Sporting Events Program.

Entry List
As we launch into the halfway point of the 2024 season, there’s plenty of action to witness across all classes. There’s five point difference in E1, E2 and EW, as well as just three points in both E3 and EJ!

Want to see if your favourite is geared up for another weekend of Sprints? Check out the official entry list. You can access it online here.

Visit Edenhope
30 kilometres from the South Australian border, Edenhope is a charming rural town that is home to the only Dachshund Museum in the Southern Hemisphere! Located on the Wimmera Highway, Edenhope sits on the southern shore of Lake Wallace. For your visit, be sure to explore the wooden prison lockup, built in 1860-1870!

For more information, visit Edenhope Tourism’s website.

For all timing and results throughout the weekend, we recommend MYLAPS available via the AORC Timing page, or you can download the MYLAPS app via the App Store or Google Play.*

For greater insight into this weekend’s results, you can also download the Race Monitor app via the App Store or Google Play.

Stay up to date with all the happenings of the 2024 season by visiting the AORC website at, or by following the Yamaha AORC on Facebook or @aorc on Instagram. Don’t forget to download the Official AORC app via Team App. It’s as easy as download Team App and search ‘AORC’!*

*Please note that reception is limited on site at AORC, so results and updates may be limited or delayed. Please be patient and all updates will be delivered as soon as is possible.
Words by Caitlin Hynes. Image courtesy of Troy Pears.