[Events Conondale]

Enter Now: Transmoto 6-Hour at Conondale

4 months ago

Tickets are on sale and selling fast for the 2018 Transmoto 6-Hour, powered by Husqvarna, set to take place at Conondale in Qld on August 18-19.

To secure your spot, simply click on this link (or on the button below), and you’ll be linked directly through to the 2018 8-Hour’s online entry system.

WHY ENTER?

  • Trail/enduro and MX bikes welcome
  • Ironman, Pair and Team classes available
  • 15-20km loop includes hand-cut trails, virgin grasstrack, and sections of the infamous Green Park
  • Two nights’ free camping (Sat and Sun, entrants only)
  • Free Conondale 6-Hour T-shirt
  • Food and drinks available all weekend
  • Toilet and shower facilities on site (no powered sites available)
  • BYO BBQ and beers
  • Lots of prizes up for grabs
  • Free entry for spectators
  • Free access to trade alley
  • No motorcycle licence required
  • Must be at least 16 years old (as of the weekend the event is held) to enter

Still need some convincing to buy a ticket? Check out the highlights video from last year’s event below, and we’re sure you’ll be packing your gear bag in no time.

ENTRY FEES

Entry fees for the 2018 Transmoto 6-Hour remain unchanged from last year: $675 for a Team (of 3), $500 for Pairs, and $300 for Ironman.

PROBLEMS? QUESTIONS?

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

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