News 13 Dec 2016

Motorcycling Australia launches AORC coaching initiative

Juniors to benefit from training with the sport's professionals.

Source: Supplied.

Source: Supplied.

Motorcycling Australia (MA) has launched a coaching initiative in conjunction with the Yamaha Australian Off-Road ChampionshiP (AORC) that will benefit junior riders around the country.

With evident growth and support around the series, plus the increasing talent pool of emerging off-road racers, MA will introduce three coaching schools conducted by Australia’s elite enduro riders at the beginning of next year.

The coaching schools will be open to junior riders who submit their series entry by 22 January 2017, where they will be granted access to one of the three schools to hone their skills on and off the bike.

The first school will take place at Yarra Valley in Victoria on 28 January, and will be hosted by 2016 AORC Outright champion Daniel Sanders and former international rider Daniel Milner.

The second coaching school will be held in Toowoomba, Queensland, on 11 February with AJ Roberts and Lachlan Stanford, before heading to Stroud in New South Wales on 18 February for third and final school coached by Josh Green and Glenn Kearney.

For further information on the Yamaha AORC junior coaching days, visit