Due to Covid-19, this event will run on August 8-9, with tickets going on sale on July 7, with previous event entrants and Transmoto Tribe members receiving 24-hour and 48-hour priority-entry access, respectively. Then, at 4pm AEST on Friday, July 10, entries will go live to the public (if they’re not already sold out).
With the Covid-19 pandemic changing the way events operate in general, here are a few very important things you need to know BEFORE you enter:
• LIMITED RIDER NUMBERS – Rider numbers will be strictly limited this year at all events, the total number of people allowed at the event must be less than 500. (Including all event staff, medical, sweeps, etc.. etc..)
• RIDERS ONLY! Only those riding will be able to enter the event site. Do not bring any extra mechanics, girlfriends, boyfriends, support crew, grandparents, photographers, mums, dads, injured mates, kids, dogs, birds. If you turn up at the front gate with a non-rider in your car, you’ll be dropping them at the nearest train station. Absolutely no exceptions, unfortunately. Hopefully, this is only short term.
• DIGITAL SIGN-ON – Rider sign-on will be all digital online and completed before the event. You will be sent a link to complete this process two weeks prior to the event.
• STAY WITH YOUR CREW – Everyone entering the event will have to adhere to social distancing and hygiene guidelines.
The Transmoto 6-Hour at Nabiac is a unique, team-based dirt bike event that’s somewhere between a recreational trailbike rally and an enduro race. If you’re into motorcycles, you’ve probably had a roadtrip stopover at Nabiac to sample the local Hotel’s famous counter-meals or marvel at the paraphernalia on display at The National Motorcycle Museum. If you’re a rally car buff, you’ll know Nabiac as home to the 63-year-old Central North Coast Sporting Car Club (CNCCC). Or if history’s more your bag, Nabiac will be best known for its RAAF Base, operational during WWII.
But if you’re into riding dirt bikes, Nabiac will conjure up mouth-watering imagery of the Wallamba Valley’s rich, dark, sandy soils – one of the key reasons we expanded
Transmoto’s Enduro Event calendar into this Mid North NSW Coast region from 2019. That and the convenient fact it’s just three hours’ drive north of Sydney, with ample accommodation options 20 minutes away in the surf-mad township of Forster/Tuncurry.
The Transmoto 6-Hour at Nabiac uses the CNCCC’s extensive trail network to create a one-off 16-18km race loop – predominantly sandy trails through low-lying bushland, punctuated by open grasstrack sections and some fast firetrail – with a ‘five-fingered’ pit paddock that ingenuously incorporates the former RAAF airstrip. Race it or ride it; run a motocross weapon or trail sled; fly in and fly out or make a weekend’s surf-and-moto roadtrip out of it with your mates … take your pick. But be sure to be part of what has already established as a must-do annual moto pilgrimage for racers and riders alike.
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
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).
Pair (2 Riders) $540 AUD + $75 OECL Licence (if required) + $10 Temporary Club Membership (if required) + 3% Booking Fee Team (of 3) $735 AUD + $75 OECL Licence (if required) + $10 Temporary Club Membership (if required) + 3% Booking Fee Team (of 4) $940 AUD + $75 OECL Licence (if required) + $10 Temporary Club Membership (if required) + 3% Booking Fee Note: Prices per team, not per rider. There are no split payments (must be paid in full during online registration)