OMCC Come and Try Day – 28.07.2019

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Come & Try Day

This is an opportunity not to be missed. X training in Trials will increase your off road and on road skills.

There will be several bike brands available to try.

Those new to Trials will get a perfect introduction, as will be several practice competition sections and advice available from experienced riders.

You will need to have basic riding skills and  bring your riding gear. Some loan helmets and boots are available.

Non OMCC member Cost is only $10- for a day membership for a single or family. OMCC members free.

It is recommend you book prior to this event to ensure a position.  Chris Grubb <secretary@oakleighmcc.com>

Those with TRIALS bikes please bring them. Bikes shall be fitted with lanyard kill-switch

If you are already established into the trials scene and not so interested in the rider training the club grounds will be open for all riders to ride, with a large array of obstacles for all levels of rider ability, there will be something for everyone.

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We will have some  EXPERT GRADE riders do a demo ride at 1.00pm so you can how what looks impossible can be conquered!

Junior Kick Start Training

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This training will be carried out by an approved Motorcycling Australia (MA)  Coach with the help of other experienced riders.
This training is for Juniors who are considering getting a licence and any training done will be logged into the MA  KICK START log Book.  It will cover basics and intermediate skills depending on the level of participants. Kick Start booklets will be available on the day.
For this, training juniors will need to be riding an appropriate bike for their level. No greater than a 125cc. Bikes shall be fitted with Lanyard Killswitch. You can do this training on an OMCC day membership.
Juniors parents will need to assist in looking after those juniors that are very new to motorcycles and they will need to sign and indemnity form.
Please note that juniors need 5 hrs Coaching to get a licence and 5 hours each year to uphold it. Juniors must be 7 years old to get an MA licence.
Booking is essential for the Kick Start Kids however this training is free.

Spaces are limited so please reply by email to mularczyk@outlook.com.au  before 26/07/2019 stating your interest and supply a phone contact so we can let you know more details. If you have any other questions relating to Junior training please do not hesitate to ask.

 

Venue Address:

1 Simpson Rd, Clayton South VIC 3169

VTS Round 3 – Winchelsea

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Last weekend saw the third round of the Victorian Trials Series held by OMCC,take place at the awesome venue out at Winchelsea.

A surprisingly dry trial despite the grim forecast of rain, rain and more rain. A Great turn out to a fantastic venue.

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It was fantastic to see a healthy amount of young riders attending the event, certainly the most we have seen in some time.

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We saw a broad range of riders across different grades, some travelling from South Australia to attend the event. A few riders on classics also attending, showing that the old bikes are still quite capable.

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As always a big thank you to our dedicated members who organised and run the event, and a particularly big thank you to our observers who braved the cold winds all day!

Event results can be found by clicking here.

Next event will be held by Trials Club of Victoria, Queens Birthday weekend at the challenging Argyle venue, you can find out more about the event by clicking here.

Victorian Trial Series – Rd 3 – Winchelsea

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The Vic Trial Series round 3 will be held again at the great Winchelsea site on Sunday 26thMay.

Winchelsea is approx an 1:30min drive from Melbourne. It is a fantastic property, offering steep, rocky terrain, catering to all levels of riding.

As always we will be looking for volunteers to run this event. For this event we need:

Section Setters – Saturday the 25th of May
Observers – Sunday the 26th of May

If you have not been involved in running a trial, we can guide through what is required, with observing and  fantastic place to start. Training and lunch will be provided to observers on the day.

We are asking that OMCC members help where they can, events like Winchelsea help fund and maintain the club, allowing continued access for riders in Melbourne to have a place to practice.

Please contact Chris Grubb at secretary@oakleighmcc.com to confirm your support.

Online Entries close this Friday, you can enter online by clicking the link below

If you didn’t observe or be an official at Mt Baw Baw then you need to contact Chris Grubb for observing.

Camping at site available Saturday night.

Address: 940 Barwon Park Road
Winchelsea, VIC

Sign-in and scrutineering – 9:30am to 10:10am

Riders Briefing – 10:15am

Start – 10:30am

Online Entries are now open:

https://trials.com.au/victoria/events/825/victorian-trial-series-round-3-3

Glenmaggie Easter Trial: Wrap Up

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This year’s event turnout was once again the great trial’s of the year.

Camping, riding and chatting around the camp fires is part of the entertainment at this great location in Victoria.

Many interstate riders made the trek and left with many trophies and smiles.

Tim Coleman once again showed his mastery of bike and terrain control taking out the event on his new Beta.

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Connor Hogan riding a 250cc Gasgas showed us he hasen’t stopped learning taking out 2nd with only 15 points behind.

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Dylan Rees as usual on a Sherco had a great ride in 3rd showing he hasn’t lost any of his style we all love to see.

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If you missed this year’s event, unfortunately you have another 12 months waiting until the 2020 trial.

To check out the results from the event, click here.

A big thank you as always to the dedicated OMCC members who gave up their time to make this event happen, simply put, we cannot do it without you. 

Thanks again to the landowner Anthony Coleman.

For more photos from the event, please visit our Facebook page, images should be visible to those don’t have a Facebook account.

Glenmaggie Rider and Observer training

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There is an opportunity for the following Training on Good Friday 19/04/2019 at Glenmaggie.

Juniors Riding Training Opportunity
This training will be carried out by an approved Motorcycling Australia (MA) Coach with the help of other experienced riders.
This training is for Juniors who currently hold an MA Licence.
The training will be logged into your Junior Log book and go towards the 5 hrs required per year to uphold an MA Licence.
It will cover basics and intermediate skills depending on the level of participants.
For this, training juniors will need to be riding an appropriate bike for their level. No greater than a 125cc. Bikes shall be fitted with Lanyard Kill switch. You must be entered in Juniors in the Glenmaggie Trial to be eligible for this training.
Junior parents will need to assist in looking after those juniors that are very new to motorcycles and they will need to sign and indemnity form.
This training is free. Details as follows
Group 1 –Sub Juniors to Junior White – Start 1.00pm – finish (Approx.) 2-00pm
Group 2 – Junior advanced (> C grade) – Start 2.00pm – finish (Approx.) 3.30pm

New Observer Introduction
The observer is the official (or Judge) on a on a Trials section. This is a great way to get involved.
This training is aimed at people new to trials observing who are considering getting involved.
This will give you the basics and the opportunity to ask questions. If you do go ahead and do a day’s observing, you will be provided with lunch and a lot of great entertainment.
Start 2.00pm – finish (Approx.) 4-00pm

New rider Introduction
This training is aimed at people new to trials competition. Currently hold an MA licence. Who want to know more about how the Trial Competition works and the rules. This will give you the basics and the opportunity to ask questions
Start 2.00pm – finish (Approx.) 4-00pm

Spaces are strictly limited for the Junior training. Please let us know if you are interested in any of this training by email to mularczyk@outlook.com.au before 15/04/2019 stating your interest. If you have any other questions relating to the training, please do not hesitate to ask.

Glenmaggie Easter Trial Supp Regs

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Once again, the annual Glenmaggie Trial is on again.

Camping, 2 days of riding and a great time to catchup with all the local and interstate riders.

Last year prices have remained the same.

Postal or online entries available.

Riding and observing options available.

A $30 camping fee will apply and collected by the landowner.

Fire restriction will most likely be inforced do to the extremely dry paddocks.

Hope to see you all there.

Online Entries are now available by clicking here

Supp Regs attached below.

2019 Glenmaggie Easter Trial – Entry Form and Supp Regs-v1

Mt Baw Baw Trial – ONLINE ENTRIES NOW OPEN

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The Victorian Trial Series Round 1 is back on at Mt Baw Baw on Sunday 17th March. Get your entries in for the opening event of the season. This will be the first event to debut the new Trial grading system being adopted in the 2019 MOMS.

Competitors who entered for the original date will have their entry rolled over to the new date. If you can’t make it, please contact the Race Secretary Chris Grubb (Email can be found below)

We are looking for a handful of observers for the trial, if you can help out please contact: secretary@oakleighmcc.com

Accommodation will once again be available along with the restaurant which was well received last year. Accommodation tends to book out quickly so make sure you have got it organised in advance.

Just as a reminder, can entrants please ensure they have entered online prior to the event with all their relevant memberships and licenses are up to date.

Supp Regs and accommodation details are attached can be found here

We hope to see you there.

Mt Baw Baw resort information and bookings can be found on https://mountbawbaw.com.au/ and Oakleigh MCC is on Facebook and Instagram

Mt Baw Baw Trial ***RESCHEDULED MARCH 17th***

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Mt Baw Baw Trial – Rescheduled to March 17th 2019.

The event was due to take place this weekend, however due to bush fires which are currently burning in the area, a decision was made to postpone the event.

The event will now take place in March 17th.

Updates Supp regs and online entries will be up soon.

We will be looking for observers for this event, if you can help out pleae contact Chris Grubb at – secretary@oakleighmcc.com

Accommodation will once again be available along with the restaurant which was well received last year. Accommodation tends to book out quickly so make sure you have got it organised in advance.

Just as a reminder, can entrants please ensure they have entered online prior to the event with all their relevant memberships and licenses are up to date.

We hope to see you there.

Mt Baw Baw resort information and bookings can be found on https://mountbawbaw.com.au/ and Oakleigh MCC is on Facebook and Instagram

 

Mt Baw Baw Trial – POSTPONED

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Due to the Bush Fires in the vicinity of the Mt Baw Baw Ski Resort, it has been decided to postpone the trial to another date and maybe another venue.

Mt Baw Baw management have removed all personal from the mountain until Thursday before deciding on whether to allow people back onto the resort.

Oakleigh MCC didn’t want to inconvenience anybody who traveled long distances then being told the event won’t be held.

If you are inconvenienced in recovering your advanced accommodation costs, please contact Chris Grubb so we can discuss it.

We will also decide on the best way to reimburse the entry fee costs or use it for the re-introduced date.

Although the supp regs didn’t have a separate Juniors class, it has been re-introduced for the VTS series.

Sorry for this late notice. Peter Wines

Chris Grubb: secretary@oakleighmcc.com

Mt Baw Baw Trial

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The Oakleigh Motorcycle Club will once again be holding a trial at the Mt BawBaw Alpine Ski Resort on the 3rd of February 2019.

This trial will now be the first round of the Victorian Trials Series for 2019.

We will be trialing a new rider/observer system for this event, however we are still looking for a handful of observers for the trial, if you can help out please contact: secretary@oakleighmcc.com

Accommodation will once again be available along with the restaurant which was well received last year. Accommodation tends to book out quickly so make sure you have got it organised in advance.

Supp Regs and accommodation details will be available shortly, once they are open a follow up email will be sent.

Just as a reminder, can entrants please ensure they have entered online prior to the event with all their relevant memberships and licenses are up to date.

We hope to see you there.

Mt Baw Baw resort information and bookings can be found on https://mountbawbaw.com.au/

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