Ballarat Rovers Motorcycle Club

– Family-friendly but appears to be more of an adult focus
– Monza Park is home to the Ballarat Rovers Motorcycle Club.
– The track is big with decent jumps and some very fast sections, it is mostly made up of clay which makes it quite challenging in the wet.
– Amenities: food and drink, multiple tracks, toilets, groomed track

Bergs Lane, Wendouree

Club Contact: Scott Foy

Wyalong Motorsports Club

– The Lone Pine Speedway accommodates dirt track and short track motorcycle racing. In operation since 1955, the club was set up by local enthusiasts and attracted a large crowd from all around the state.
– Lone Pine Speedway has recently undergone a large refurb and is back on top form once again.
– Dirt track length – 600m
– Short track length – 542m
– Mini track length – 240m
– Amenities: Food and drink, viewing area, water system, multiple tracks, powered sites, toilets


Wagga Wagga Motorcycle Sports Club

– Wagga Wagga Motorcycle Sports Club incorporate Motocross, Dirt Track, Enduro and Amcross, for club members.
– Amenities: food and drink, viewing area, showers, water system, multiple tracks, powered sites, toilets
– Family-friendly

Club Contact: Kelsie Hodges

Temora Motorcycle Club

– Holds dirt bike races at Woodlands Speedway in Temora NSW
– Family-friendly

Club Contact: Luke Wilesmith

Taree Motorcycle Club

– Family-friendly dirt track racing club for all ages
– Club normally meets on the first Sunday of the month to race or practice
– Two tracks, each about 500m long. The dirt surface is oiled and rolled flat to produce a fast and consistent racing surface. Motocross style bikes with road bike tyres are best suited to the unique track surface

Club Contact: Troy Baker

Tamworth Motorcycle Club

– The Tamworth Motorcycle Club was established in 1952 by the late Harry Pyne. Over the years it has run at four different venues. The first being at Nemingha followed by Pine Park, Moore Creek and now at Oakburn Park.
– At Oakburn Park there is a Speedway, Dirt Track, Motocross and Super Motard. All disciplines cater for both Junior & Senior riders.
– Track Specifications:
* Senior Speedway – 451 metres of granite and sand
* Junior Speedway – 120 metres of granite and sand
* Dirt Track – 480 metres of granite and sand
* Motocross track – 1100 metres and 1500 metres of a loam mix
* Super Motard – 1400 metres of tar and dirt
– Amenities: Food and drink, viewing area, water system, multiple tracks, powered sites, toilets

Club Contact: Jo Slade

Penrith Mini Bike Club

– Club for new and existing junior riders
– Events include Minikhana and motocross styles and cater to children aged between 4-16 years
– This club focuses on Minikhana. This sport focuses on kids learning bike control by racing around cones, a small motocross track, trail tracks and Enduro tracks all like the one discipline.

Oakdale Junior Motorcycle Club

– Motocross Club that caters for competitors in both junior and senior ranks across numerous classes
– Friendly, family orientated club

Club Contact: Rebecca Pollard