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Transmoto 8-Hour: Dargo Gallery

2 years ago | Photos: Donat O'Kelly, Jarrad Duffy

Feast your eyes on our first pictorial snapshot of what went down at the 2017 Transmoto 8-Hour @ Dargo, powered by KTM.
For those who couldn’t make it to Dargo for the 8-Hour, here is an insight into what you missed out on. And for those that were there, you might be able to spot yourself in a few photos from the event.

And a special thanks to our local landowners for hosting the event on their iconic properties Steven and Helen Hall, David and Miriam Scott, John Traill and Christian and Marissa Barrett, it was the best year yet!

If you didn’t make the gallery, don’t stress; all the images from Dargo’s 8-Hour are available here.

Make sure you check out all the action in the highlights video and compare how you stacked up in the results.

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