News 14 Dec 2018

AORC Junior Coaching Days set for 2019 return

Funds raised to benefit 2019 Australian International Six Days Enduro squad.

Image: John Pearson.

Motorcycling Australia (MA) has confirmed its Junior Coaching Days will make a welcomed return as part of the 2019 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC).

All AORC Junior Coaching Days are for juniors aged 12-16 years, with all proceeds going toward funding the 2019 FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) team who will head off to Portugal in November.

Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland will play host to a full day of coaching by some of AORC’s most elite riders, including members from the victorious 2018 ISDE World Trophy team and Women’s World Trophy team, where all entered junior riders will gain invaluable knowledge and guidance from the likes of Daniel Sanders (Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team), Daniel Milner (KTM Enduro Racing Team), and Jessica Gardiner (Yamaha).

Each elite rider will teach the AORC juniors the correct riding technique, provide information on the art of the racing line, race preparation, plus other valuable aspects such as fitness and nutrition, bike set-up. Priced from $200, more information can found at www.aorc.org.au.

2019 AORC Coaching Days calendar:
Saturday, 19 January – Yarra Valley, Victoria (Daniel Sanders, Andy Wilksch)
Sunday, 20 January – Lang Lang, Victoria (Daniel Milner, Lyndon Snodgrass)
Saturday, 9 February – Stroud, New South Wales (Joshua Green, Jessica Gardiner)
Saturday, 23 February – Gympie, Queensland (Jemma Wilson, Fraser Higlett)

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