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2019

Over 220 Riders set for AORC’s Grand Finale

The Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) gets back into action again for the final two rounds this weekend. The journey’s end for 2019, Hedley, Victoria, approximately 163kms from the capital Melbourne covering an area of 87.959 square kilometres.

Over 220 warriors of the dirt will do battle this weekend and unlike at the previous round, which was two sprint style format races, this weekend will be a cross-country on Saturday and sprint format which will put a full stop on this year’s eleven round championship.

In the E1 class, Luke Styke (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube) holds down a 16-point advantage over KTM Enduro Racing Team’s Lyndon Snodgrass.

KTM Enduro Racing Team’s Daniel Milner has pretty much got one hand and four fingers on the E2 Championship.

While the E3 championship may have already been won, which saw Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team’s Daniel Sanders locking it up at the previous round in South Australia, the fight is on for second with Andrew Wilksch (Motul Pirelli Sherco Team) and Jesse Lawton (Thor MX) to be going hammer and tongs.

Kyron Bacon (EJ) (MX Store, KTM) is hunting his first senior’s championship this weekend with a 17-point lead in the championship.

Yamaha MXStore Ballards Off Road Team’s Jess Gardiner (Women), who holds down a 25-point lead over the ever improving Emma Milesevic (Honda RideRed), will look to go back to back and take out a record fifth Women’s AORC Championship.

In terms of classes, this weekend we’ll see E1, E2, E3, EJ (U18), Women’s, Veterans, Masters, J2, J3, J4 and back again for this weekend, the 2 Stroke Cup, who will all be going toe-to-toe for supremacy.

You want to know who is lining up on the start line this weekend? Well, guess what, we have the full entry list of riders right here.


Don’t miss a minute of the action of the 2019 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship by visiting the AORC website at aorc.org.au, or by following the Yamaha AORC on Twitter and Facebook as well as @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’!

AORC – Australian Off-Road Championship

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COUNTDOWN TO
2022

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2021 Schedule

Round 1 & 2: 17-18 April 2021

Golden Beach, VIC

Round 3 & 4 :  17-18 July 2021
Kyogle, NSW

POSTPONED

Round 5 & 6: 6-7 August 2021
QMP, QLD

POSTPONED

Rounds 7 & 8 : 28-29 August 2021
Nowra, NSW

POSTPONED

Round 9 & 10: 18-19 Sept 2021

Kingston SE, SA

CANCELLED

Round 11 & 12: 16-17 Oct 2021

Omeo, VIC

CANCELLED

AORC YouTube - Video Highlights

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AORC – Australian Off-Road Championship

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COUNTDOWN TO
2022

0Days0Hours0Minutes0Seconds

2021 Schedule

Round 1 & 2: 17-18 April 2021

Golden Beach, VIC

Round 3 & 4 :  17-18 July 2021
Kyogle, NSW

POSTPONED

Round 5 & 6: 6-7 August 2021
QMP, QLD

POSTPONED

Rounds 7 & 8 : 28-29 August 2021
Nowra, NSW

POSTPONED

Round 9 & 10: 18-19 Sept 2021

Kingston SE, SA

CANCELLED

Round 11 & 12: 16-17 Oct 2021

Omeo, VIC

CANCELLED

AORC YouTube - Video Highlights

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EMAIL: offroad@ma.org.au
PHONE: (03) 9684 0500
ADDRESS: 38/1 International Dr
Westmeadows VIC 3049

AORC - Australian Off Road Championship