[Events Mackay]

Calling Juniors For 8-Hour @ Mackay!

5 months ago | Photos: Donat O'Kelly

Have you already entered the Transmoto 8-Hour at Mackay, but feel guilty that your dirt-bike-mad kids will be bored out of their minds (and/or insanely jealous) while you’re out there cutting laps? Or would you be more inclined to enter the 8-Hour if there was a non-competitive trail loop for your groms to tear around?

Well, we’re happy to announce that there are a limited number of spots for kids aged between nine and 15 to ride a non-competitive trail loop at the Mackay 8-Hour on Saturday, May 26. This Fun/Junior ride will be staged in two age groups (9-11 and 12-15) between 1pm and 3pm. The entry fee is $25 (if Junior riders do not have a current annual Junior MA Licence, they will need to purchase a One Event Recreational Licence for $30 through the event’s online entry system). To enter Saturday’s non-competitive Fun/Junior ride, simply click on this link (or on the ENTER NOW button below), and you’ll be linked directly through to the 2018 8-Hour’s online entry system.

And for everyone else, don’t forget that, simply by entering the inaugural Transmoto 8-Hour at Mackay, you’ll automatically go in the draw to win your choice of any enduro or cross-country model from KTM’s 2018 model-range.


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