At Transmoto events, it’s not about racing for sheep stations; it’s about riding on sheep stations! And according to many, the sheep station that hosted the first ever Transmoto 10-Hour at Tumut was home to one of the most popular race loops ever built. For most entrants, these endurance events are about racing your mates and simply finishing the gruelling event.
For 2022, Tumut is not only an all-new venue on our event calendar; it’s also the first Transmoto Enduro Event with a 10-hour duration. And the “10-Hour at Tumut” has a nice ring to it too, right?
Tumut is situated in NSW’s Riverina region, with the event itself taking place just out of town on a picturesque 1200-acre private property that sits on the north-west foothills of the Snowy Mountains. With huge tracts of bushland and grasstrack, commanding views and serious elevation changes, it’s an absolute riding paradise.
The Transmoto 10-Hour at Tumut takes the place of the Transmoto 12-Hour at Batemans Bay as the longest, most physically demanding event on Transmoto’s 2022 calendar. Unlike the 12-Hour (which was limited to Teams of 4), the 10-Hour at Tumut gives you the option of entering as a Team of 3 or Team of 4. Limited entries will also be available in both Ironman and Pairs classes.
Conveniently, the 10-Hour is just a two- to three-hour drive from Canberra, Albury-Wodonga, Cooma and Narrandera, and a little over four hours’ drive from Sydney. It’s an area renowned for its fly fishing and kayaking, its vineyards and breweries, and its scenic Snowy Valleys Way, which meanders along the foothills of the Australian Alps through rolling farmlands, forested vales, snowgrass flats and picturesque villages.
So, sign up and come along to be part of history; to the first of what we hope is many Transmoto 10-Hour events at this epic venue.
IRONMAN Solo rider.
PAIR (2 RIDERS) Two riders riding in a tag team.
TEAM (OF 3) Three riders working in a tag team.
TEAM (OF 4) Four riders working in a tag team.
TEAM (OF 3/4) CATEGORIES
All Teams must enter under one of six ‘Team Categories’:
– Weekend Warriors (no rider to have ever raced professionally, no sponsor hook-ups or dealer support, and must have paid your own entry fee);
– Young Guns (all riders under 23);
– Wise Wizards (average age of at least 50);
– Mixed (at least one female rider);
– Wonder Women (all female riders); or
– Open (general team entry, if you’re not eligible for any of the above Categories).
Teams (of 3) and Teams (of 4) will be grouped together for the Class and Outright results, but entering in a relevant Team Category will increase your team’s chances of taking home a trophy.