As an event licenced by Motorcycling Australia, the 2020 Transmoto 8-Hour at Coffs Harbour, NSW (operated by 3CMG/Transmoto) will adhere to the regulations set forth by the sport’s governing body pertaining to Covid-19 and the ‘Return to Sports’ guidelines. The event’s Covid-Safe protocols have been developed in accordance with Motorcycling Australia’s Covid-19 Toolkit. Transmoto will be implementing a number of measures to ensure the safety of participants, staff, officials and volunteers for all events. We ask that all event entrants adhere to the following protocols and assist organisers in running a safe event.

Covid Safe Event Guidelines:

  • All Transmoto events will adhere to the rules and regulations set forward by state health bodies pertaining to the maximum number of people permitted to gather at outdoor events. At the time of the event date, the maximum number of people permitted is 500.
  • No participant, official or event personnel with flu-like symptoms, or anyone that has been in contact with someone with flu-like symptoms, is permitted to attend the event.
  • Any participant who has visited Victoria in the 14 days prior should not attend the event.
  • Any participant who has visited a Covid case location (as per the department of health website) should not attend the event.
  • No spectators, support crew or ‘non riders’ will be permitted to enter the event venue.
  • A comprehensive list of all event participants, staff, officials and volunteers will be collected pre-event and at the event entry point by 3CMG staff and held digitally for contact tracing.
  • All participants will be encouraged to bring their own food and beverage for the duration of the event.
  • In order to adhere to social distancing practice, the following regulations will be implemented at the event:
    • No congregation of multiple teams in rider pits or communal fire gatherings.
    • Riders will be encouraged to “Stay with their crew” during the event.
    • 2m gap between each camping pit.
    • Maximum number of 4 people per camping pit plot (12m x 6m).
  • Event rider registration will now be completed online prior to the event, eliminating all paper-signing requirements (participant waivers, One Event Competition Licence, self scrutineering form).
  • All participants will be checked into the event in their cars by event staff.
  • Self-scrutineering of bikes will be completed online prior to the event, with spot-check scrutineering completed in rider pits, rather than lining up in large groups.
  • A pre-event rider briefing will take place at 4:30pm on Saturday, October 17, via the event broadcast system and available via an FM radio frequency, allowing riders to stay in their designated camping area.
  • The race start will be structured with two riders per line (with 2m gap between them), then a 2m gap behind them to the next set of riders.
  • Riders are required to wear full protective gear during racing (fully enclosed helmet, gloves and goggles).
  • Hand sanitiser stations will be set up throughout the village area and communal facilities for event participants to use.
  • Card payments will be preferred. Where cash is required, staff will use gloves and follow social distancing regulations.
  • Participants will be supplied with garbage bags upon entry to the event and asked to take their rubbish home with them to dispose of. This is to reduce communal touching of bins.
  • An event presentation will no longer be held. Instead, winners will be called up to collect their own trophies. Uncollected trophies will be sent out to riders via post after the event.

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Transmoto has always focused on staging non-elite, team-based dirt-bike events that encourage participation through their relaxed atmosphere, custom-built courses and emphasis on fun, not officialdom.


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