17/06/2022 events


Listen up, folks! After what seems like a never-ending series of bloody event date changes due to the wettest six months in the history of the world on Australia’s east coast, it’s time to hit the reset button and gear up for the remainder of 2022. 

We know everyone is itching to get out for a ride, and cheers to all you legends who have weathered the storm and held onto their entries for upcoming events. Short story long, the events that have been moved are because their venues were fully soaked, and 600 bikes on soaked venues just rips them to bits and causes irreparable damage to what is, in the most part, prime farming land (and that makes for cranky farmers!).

With all the hoo-ha and revised dates, we thought what better time to get on the front foot and release an updated Transmoto events calendar for 2022. All going to plan, we’ll be ripping dirt and burning snags in the paddock with you very soon.  

We’ve got grand plans to get ‘em all done, so print this revised calendar out and gaffa-tape it to the fridge, tattoo it on your leg, or burn it to the inside of your eyelids … whatever works. Hopefully, some of the new dates might have opened up an opportunity to get the riding crew together for weekend camping out and racing. 

Here’s a snapshot of the rescheduled events, followed by the updated 2022 event calendar…

  • The Transmoto 8-Hour at Miva Station, Qld, has been moved from May 14-15 to July 30-31. There are still a few team entries available for this one. Click here to enter
  • The Transmoto 8-Hour at Clarence Valley, NSW, has been moved from July 30-31 to October 29-30.
  • The Transmoto 8-Hour at Stroud, NSW, has been moved from June 18-19 to November 12-13.

Take your pick! If you haven’t been out to a Transmoto yet, make 2022 the year you give one a crack.

If you have any questions about your event entry, need to make some rider changes, or just want to reach out and say g’day, drop us a line at: getus@transmoto.com.au



– The Transmoto Crew


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