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Transmoto 8-Hour @ Stroud: Last Chance for Juniors

2 weeks ago | Photos: Donat O'Kelly

Have you already entered the Transmoto 8-Hour at Stroud, powered by KTM, 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 do you just need an excuse to get the kids along to the event, where they can conveniently serve as support crew for you on Sunday?

Well, either way, we’re happy to announce that there are still a limited number of spots for kids aged between nine and 15 to ride a non-competitive trail loop at the inaugural Transmoto 8-Hour at Stroud on Saturday, October, 19. 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 8-Hour’s online entry system.

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