With the 2020 Transmoto 12-Hour’s entries capped at just 100 teams (that’s only 400 riders, which is down from 600 last year due to Covid restrictions), the event is likely to sell out faster than ever.
So here’s a reminder about how the all-new entry system works for this year’s 12-Hour, and some advice about how to give give yourself the best chance of scoring one of the strictly limited entries…
For the 2020 12-Hour, please note that:
- Previous Transmoto Enduro Event entrants do not get 24-hour priority access to entries;
- Entries will not be specifically released to the public;
- If you are not an event sponsor or Transmoto Tribe member (who will be allocated 20 and 50 team entries, respectively), the only way you can enter is to register your interest in the “12-Hour Team Lottery Pool”. The more team members that enter the Lottery Pool, the better the team’s chances of scoring an entry.
- On Friday, October 23 (at 4pm AEDT), the final 30 allocation of teams (120 riders) will be randomly drawn from the Lottery Pool and granted an entry. Teams cannot be transferred or held by non riders. If the completed team entry is not received by 11:59pm on Sunday, October 25, it will be re-drawn.