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TRANSMOTO 8-HOUR AT WANGARATTA: ENTRIES ON SALE FROM JULY 16

4 weeks ago

Entries for the second annual Transmoto 8-Hour at Wangaratta, powered by Husqvarna, go on sale from Friday, July 16.

The picturesque 3000-acre private property that again plays host to the event sits between Wangaratta and Bright and boasts a mouthwatering combination of bush trails, big hills and undulating grasstrack, with the Victorian High Country’s snow-capped peaks serving as an eye-catching backdrop. And all this just 250km northeast of Melbourne, where the confluence of the Ovens and King rivers creates prime riding conditions for much of the year. Seriously, is there a better way to celebrate the arrival of Spring?!

As always, Transmoto Tribe members and previous Transmoto event entrants will be offered a 48-hour and 24-hour priority entry into the 2021 Transmoto 8-Hour at Wangaratta, respectively, but see below for the full schedule of on-sale dates.

ENTRY ON-SALE SCHEDULE…

⚙️ 4pm AEST – Friday, July 16

  • 48-Hour Priority Entry for Transmoto Tribe Members.
  • Enter via link sent to your email address.

⚙️ 4pm AEST – Monday, July 19

  • 24-Hour Priority Entry for all previous Transmoto event entrants.
  • Enter via link sent to your email address.

⚙️ 4pm AEST – Tuesday, July 20

DON’T MISS OUT

Becoming a Transmoto Tribe member gives you the best possible chance of scoring an entry into the 8-Hour before it sells out. The 48-hour priority-entry access applies to all Transmoto Enduro Events* and is just one of the many perks of being a Tribe member. Click here to find out more.

*NOTE: For 2021, everybody on the team must be a signed-up Tribe member to qualify for the 48-hour priority entry.

WHAT CLASSES ARE AVAILABLE?

There will be a limited number of entries for the Ironman and Pairs classes, but plenty of positions available for the Team (of either 3 or 4 riders) class.

We will also be staging a non-competitive fun loop for Junior riders (aged between nine and 15) on Saturday, September 4.

To find out what class best suits your riding ability, click here.

TEAM CATEGORIES

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

  • Weekend Warriors (no rider to have ever raced professionally, no sponsor hook-ups or dealer support, paid your own entry fee);
  • 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); or
  • Open (general Team entry, if you’re not eligible for any of the above Categories).

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

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