News 24 Aug 2023

AJMX travelling to Western Australia for 2024 edition

Set to be contested between 24-28 September next year.

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The KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championship (AJMX) is travelling to Western Australia for its 2024 edition, set to be hosted by the Bunbury Motorcycle Club.

Scheduled for 24-28 September next year, the prestigious event moves to WA after in 2023 it was ultimately held in Acacia Hills, Northern Territory, in July.

“The KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships is a pinnacle event on the Australian motocross calendar, and we are delighted to announce Bunbury Motorcycle Club as the host for 2024,” said Motorcycling Australia CEO Peter Doyle.

“Western Australia offers incredible landscapes and a rich motocross heritage, providing the perfect backdrop for this important championship.”

The KTM AJMX 2024 will see young riders battling it out across multiple classes and age groups. The event serves as a launching pad for the future stars of Australian motocross, with many past participants progressing to successful professional careers.

Tam Paul, KTM Group national sales manager, added: “KTM Australia are pleased to continue their long-standing association with AJMX into 2024. Junior racing is at the core of our brand values and with Western Australia being the original heartland of KTM Australia this location holds a special place in our history.

“To return to Perth and specifically the Bunbury region, we are guaranteed an exceptional track and an extraordinary experience from the club involved. With many of our elite team riders past and present originating from Western Australia, this has always been a key racing region for our brand, and we look forward to seeing the talent from across the country converge again in 2024.

“Beyond racing, the southern Western Australian region is an iconic destination, with a broad offering of family activities along the Margaret River to look forward to. Will see you trackside next year!”