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2019 Transmoto 8-Hour @ Coffs & Mackay

3 months ago | Photos: Salvatore Aloisio, Donat O'Kelly

It’s time to dust off your camping gear, get your bike in order, round up your mates, and start making roadtrip plans for this year’s 8-Hour events at Coffs Harbour (April 13-14) and/or Mackay (May 25-26).

In appreciation of their support, Transmoto Tribe members and previous event entrants have already been offered a 48-hour and 24-hour priority entry, respectively, but at 4pm AEDT tomorrow, Feb 22, entries will go live to the public. So round up your teammates’ details, make a date with your computer tomorrow arvo, and secure yourself a prized position in the inaugural running of the Transmoto 8-Hour at Coffs Harbour and/or the second running of the Transmoto 8-Hour at Mackay, both of which are powered by KTM.

REMINDER: WHAT YOU NEED TO ENTER…

To complete the online entry for these 2019 Transmoto 8-Hour events – as an Ironman, Pairs or Team (of 3 or 4 riders) – here’s a checklist of the details that Team Captains will need to enter for each rider in one hit:

  • Team name (for Pairs and Teams only)
  • Team category (for Teams only): Open, Mixed, Young Guns, Wise Wizards, Wonder Women, Media & Promoters, Chook Chasers
  • Captain name and email address (for Pairs and Teams only)
  • Rider name(s)
  • Motorcycle (make, model/capacity, year)
  • Gender
  • Date of birth and age
  • Email address
  • Postal address
  • Mobile number(s)
  • Do you have a current annual MA Licence? If ‘Yes’, provide current MA Licence number and expiry date. If ‘No’, $75 will be charged for each rider requiring a One Event Competition Licence (OECL), which will be added to the total entry fee.
  • Are you a current member of a MA-affiliated club? If ‘No’, $10 will be charged for each rider requiring a temporary club membership, which will be added to the total entry fee.
  • Do you have Ambulance Cover? (It is the rider’s responsibility to have current ambulance coverage to ride the event.)
  • T-Shirt size (for official event T-Shirt)

TEAM CATEGORIES

Remember that all Teams must enter under one of seven ‘Team Categories’:

  • ‘Open’
  • ‘Young Guns’ (all riders under 23);
  • ‘Wise Wizards’ (average age of at least 50);
  • ‘Mixed’ (at least one female rider);
  • ‘Wonder Women’ (all female riders);
  • ‘Media & Promoters’ (media outlets and/or event promoters); or
  • ‘Chook Chasers’ (pre-1995 and/or farm bikes).

Teams of 3 and Teams of 4 will be grouped together for the Class and Outright results, but entering in a relevant Category will increase your team’s chances of taking home a trophy.

ENTRY FEES

Entry fees for all 2019 Transmoto 8-Hour events remain unchanged from last year: $860 for a Team of 4, $675 for a Team of 3, $500 for Pairs, and $300 for Ironman.

PROBLEMS? QUESTIONS?

Send us an email to events@transmoto.com.au and we’ll help you out as soon as possible.

 

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