News 21 Jan 2011

MA to hold charity Moto Rodeos for flood relief

As water begins to recede in many devastated areas in both Queensland and around the nation, the Riders’ Division of Motorcycling Australia is preparing to hold three charity Motorcycle Rodeos in Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales.

The Rodeo’s will consist of Motorcycle Gymkhana events, games and precision riding displays, which are available for riders aged from seven years and over and are open to all skill levels.

Entry at the gate will be a gold coin donation, and registration to ride at the event is $50 per person (all of which will be donated) – and this includes a Single Recreational Licence valued at $20 and free yearly membership to the Riders’ Division valued at $35.

MA is encouraging riding schools and other skilled riders to put teams of pairs or fours together for the precision riding displays with a prize for best presentation.

Riders interested in participating can pre-register by contacting MA’s Riders’ Division on the following details or by turning up on the day.

Those who would like to go and watch, enjoy a BBQ and good company, MA has asked to take along a gold coin donation to help those in need affected by the floods.

All donations will be handled by the Salvation Army, providing assistance to those in need.

Moto Rodeo Dates
19 February – Broadford State Motorcycle Sports Complex – VIC
5 March – Tailem Bend Motorsport Centre – SA
27 March – Eastern Creek Raceway – NSW

Further Information
Rob Smith and Michael Stafford
Phone: 03 9684 0509
Email: [email protected]