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Transmoto 6-Hour @ Conondale: On Sale Next Week

5 months ago

Entries for the third annual Transmoto 6-Hour at Conondale, powered by Husqvarna, will go on sale late next week, with previous event entrants and Transmoto Tribe members receiving 24-hour and 48-hour priority entry access, respectively (*see below for details).

That means it’s time to round up your mates, dust off your camping gear, get your bike and body and roadtrip plans in order, and clear your schedule for the August 18-19 weekend, because an all-new grasstrack and enduro loop at Conondale’s infamous Green Park is calling!


There will be strictly limited entries for the Ironman and Pairs classes, but plenty of positions available in the Team (of 3 riders) class.

All Teams must enter under a ‘Team Category’:

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


The only way to receive 48-hour priority entry access to the 2018 6-Hour is by being a Transmoto Tribe Member. All previous Transmoto Enduro Event participants will automatically receive 24-hour priority entry access. In either case, you’ll receive a special ‘Priority Entry’ email (24 or 48 hours, which ever is applicable) prior to the event’s entries going live to the public.


Entry fees for Transmoto’s 6-Hour Enduro Events remain unchanged for 2018:

  • Ironman: $300
  • Pairs: $500 ($250 per rider)
  • Team (of 3): $675 ($225 per rider)


If you’re interested in sponsoring the 2018 Transmoto 6-Hour at Conondale, email events@transmoto.com.au for more information. We only offer a guaranteed Team entry to event sponsors (a $675 Team entry is included FOC in the ‘Option #1’ sponsorship package).

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