I’VE ENTERED AND I WANT MORE INFORMATION. HOW DO I GET IT?
All successful, paid-up entrants will receive a confirmation email shortly after payment. A Competitor Information Document will then be emailed approximately two weeks before the event.
WHAT RIDING SKILL LEVEL WILL I NEED TO RIDE THE EVENT?
All course are designed to be challenging, but fun, for riders of intermediate to advanced skill levels. Any technical sections will have a ‘chicken line’ for those riders who don’t feel quite up to the task. Inexperienced riders may be required to demonstrate their skill in a brief ‘riding competency’ test during scrutineering.
DOES MY BIKE NEED TO BE REGISTERED?
No. Transmoto Enduro Events are all held on private property, so bike registration is not required. That means both registered trailbikes and non-registered motocross bikes are welcome.
DO I NEED A ROAD MOTORCYCLE LICENCE?
No. As Transmoto Enduro Events are held on private property, there’s no need to have a road motorcycle licence.
DO I NEED AN MA ANNUAL LICENCE OR AN MA ONE EVENT COMPETITION LICENCE?
Yes, you will need one or the other. Although recreational in nature, Transmoto Enduro Events are technically races, which are sanctioned by Motorcycling Australia (MA). So to make sure you are covered in the event of an accident, you will need MA insurance coverage. This is included in your MA Annual Licence. But if you do not have a current MA Annual Licence, you will need to purchase a One Event Competition Licence (ideally, during your team’s online entry) to ensure you’re covered. Without this insurance, you cannot ride. The One Event Competition Licence (OECL) is an insurance document, issued to each specific rider by the relevant Motorcycling Australia state body. It is therefore non-refundable and non-transferable.
DO I NEED AMBULANCE COVER?
Yes, absolutely. It is the rider’s responsibility to have current ambulance cover for the event.
CAN I WIN ANYTHING?
You sure can. In addition to the trophies for the race’s podium placegetters, there’s a number of other special awards, and a raft of sponsor prizes are handed out to participants at random.
IS THERE ANY PRIZE MONEY?
Nope. Transmoto Enduro Events are about participation, enjoyment and hanging out with your mates; not simply attracting Pro riders who are in search of prize money.
WHERE IS THE NEAREST FUEL AND BIKE SHOP?
Did you forget to fill your jerry cans or buy those spare parts you needed? No problem. The Competitor Information Document that’s emailed to all entrants before the event will provide you with fuel and bike shop options in close proximity to the event.
IS THERE ACCOMMODATION NEARBY?
A range of accommodation options are available, approximately 30 to 60 minutes’ drive from each event.
IS THERE MOBILE COVERAGE?
Most events only have limited mobile coverage.
AFTER PAYING MY ENTRY FEE, CAN I GET A REFUND?
You will receive a 50% refund of your entry fee if, through injury or unforeseen circumstances, you withdraw more than one week before from the event. If you withdraw less than one week from the event, you will forfeit 100% of your entry fee.
WHAT IF ONE OF MY TEAM MEMBERS SUDDENLY CAN’T MAKE IT?
If, through injury or unforeseen circumstances, a team member has to withdraw before the event, you are welcome to find a replacement rider. Note, however, that you MUST inform us (via email: firstname.lastname@example.org) with full details of the change. If the incoming rider requires a One Event Competition Licence (OECL), a new fee will apply (these licences are legal documents issued in each rider’s name, and are therefore non-refundable/transferable).
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