Tea Tree Gully MX Club
Tea Tree Gully Motocross Club is a welcoming motocross community catering to both junior and senior riders. The club, situated at Para Valley Road, Greenwith, SA, 5125, provides a secure environment for members to engage in race meetings and practice days throughout the year. The facility features a main track for seniors and a dedicated beginners' track for kids, fostering a family-friendly atmosphere.
For those new to motorcycling, the club offers "Come & Try" activities, inviting novice riders aged 4 and older to experience motorcycling in a controlled and cost-effective setting. Participants can apply for a 90-day Introductory Recreational License and receive essential information on the application process during the event. The club strictly adheres to Motorcycling Australia's RPA Guidelines, ensuring safety with required clothing, off-road boots, helmets, and eye protection.
To further support the growth of junior riders, the club participates in Minikhana Come & Try Days, a national initiative by Motorcycling Australia. These events focus on fun, skills development, and a low-risk introduction to motorcycling for new junior riders. Participants, aged 4-6, engage in recreational activities while practicing and improving their skills in a non-competitive environment. The track consists of manmade jumps, whoops, drop-offs, banked curves, straights and tabletops.
The club emphasizes inclusivity by providing limited bikes and safety gear kits for new riders at Minikhana Come & Try events. Interested individuals must book in advance as spots are limited. For more details, the club encourages checking the MiniKhana Come & Try Days Facebook page.
Aspiring riders aged 7 and above have the option to participate in recreational or competitive activities. The process involves joining a local club, purchasing the appropriate license through Ridernet, and checking the Events Calendar for upcoming opportunities. The club also guides juniors and seniors through the steps of getting involved in both recreational and competitive riding.
For further inquiries, individuals can contact the club's President, Steve Magnusson, at 0418 914 144. The club's commitment to fostering a supportive and inclusive motocross community is evident in its initiatives to cater to riders of all ages and skill levels.