Trials Des Nations Rider Training – Expressions of interest

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We are asking for expressions of interest in regards to rider training.
We have the same opportunity to have one of the TDN riders to give training at our club in July or August.
Like past years, it will be over 2 days of the weekend.
Lunch will be provided and the cost will be about $70 dollars.

If you would like to be trained by one of the 3 best riders in Australia, contact Peter Wines on the email address below.

Also, please indicate your preferred rider:
Kyle Middleton
Chris Bayes
Kristie McKinnon

All 3 riders have extensive knowledge of training techniques and great communication skills.

Peter Wines
peter.wines@bigpond.com

Victoria’s Trials Des Nations Fund Raiser Trial – 6th May

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The FIM Trials Des Nations is the annual competition whereby national teams of three male and female representatives from each country have a chance to compete in front of world trial stage. It has been held annually since 1984 in different countries across the globe and this year will be heading to Solokov, the Czech Republic in September.

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Last year our male team headed by Kyle Middleton, Chris Bayles and Conner Hogan took out first place in the international class. This was a huge moment for trials in Australia and demonstrating that we can keep up with other countries like America and the Czech Republic.

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Our Female Team consisted of Sophie Kraft, Sarah Chivers and Nicole Casey coming in a respectable 8th place at the end of the competition.

This year, Australia will be heading over once again, to hopefully replicate last years results.

Competing in the TDN is very expensive, with travel, entry and purchasing of new bikes really adding up, with a lot of the riders self-funding this trip.

Hence, like in previous years, Trials clubs around Australia will be fundraising to help cover the costs of the event.

Victoria’s Trials Des Nations Fund Raiser Trial will be taking place 6th May at Emu Flat (Nulla Vale).

We are pleased to announce that Motorcycling Victoria is waving it permits fee and rider levy so all the money raised will go to this year’s TDN team.

There will be medallions given out for 1st, 2nd and 3rd placegetters.

Not only you will be supporting the team but it will be a great days riding with your mates on this great property.You will be teaming up with another rider and observe each other along the way.

Anybody that can help with section setting on Saturday would be greatly appreciated, camping available Saturday night.

You can enter online here, you can also find the supp regs with all the info about the event – ENTER ONLINE

We hope to see you all there

Glenmaggie 2018 – Results and Photos

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Glenmaggie Easter Two Day Trial is done and dusted for another year.

With a large group of riders entered in the event were blessed with amazing weather throughout the weekend.property

The technical, steep and rocky terrain made for long, challenging but fun sections, testing riders abilities and spread throughout the picturesque property of the Colemans.Thank you to the Coleman family for letting us utilise this amazing property.

A big thanks to all who volunteered their time to observe, score, scrutineer, provide lunches, organise and run this event.

You can find the results from the event via the Trials Australia Website

Here is some footage put together from the event

Here is a selection of photos from the 2018 Glenmaggie Easter Trial.

Glenmaggie Two Day Easter Trial – Online Entries are now live!

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You can now enter online for the 2018 Glenamggie Two Day Easter Trial!

Campgrounds will be open from Thursday 29th of March at Midday and will close Tuesday the 3rd or April in the morning. Please note that there will be once off $20 camping fee per family for the event. This Fee will be collected Saturday night, so please make sure you have cash available.

Friday will be section setting and a practice day from 11:30 to 3:30

Saturday will be day one of the competition

Sunday will be day two followed by presentations

Please note that riding before the event only in designated areas by riders who have entered the event, signed in and had their machines and clothing scrutinized.

As with last years event, there is a range of different options available depending on your needs and budget. We will be offering discounted entry to those who give up their time to observe or who can supply an observer. Observers can be trained on the day with lunch provided.

Entry Fees:

$160 family (Must live at the same address)

$110 ride 2 days – solos and sidecars

$80 ride 2 days, bring an observer for 1 day

$70 ride 1day only

$60 ride 2 days, bring an observer for 2 days

$60 ride one day, observe 1 day

$50 Junior

$30 Minder (must hold an MA Recreational or Competition licence)

$75 One event competition licences. Must produce their current ambulance cover policy number.

$30 One event recreation licence on site. Must produce their current ambulance cover policy number. (All entries include a $12 MV rider levy).

Any entries on the day will attract a $10 extra fee

Paul from The Hell Team will be down for the event yet again, so if you need any spares during the event you are not stranded.

We will also have catering available this year, serving hot meals and refreshments.

Directions: From Glenmaggie, Travel north on the Heyfield Jamieson Rd (C486) for approximately 8kms. The site is at Greens Gully Bridge on the left-hand side.

Google Maps Reference: -37.854593, 146.706603

Please note: Only Trials orientated bikes are allowed to ride around the property, which will be required to be scrutineered before being used. No Enduro or Trial bikes are to be ridden around the property. There will be areas you can park your vehicles then walk to the sections.

Its set to be a great event, so be sure to get your bike and camping gear ready for an amazing getaway over the Easter long weekend

Glenmaggie Two Day Easter Trial

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With Easter fast approaching that only means one thing… Glenmaggie Two Day Easter Trial!

Always a fantastic event with camping available making it one of the biggest events in the Victorian Trials Calendar. Stay tuned for more updates and the for supps regs and online entries.

Keep in the loop by checking out our website and social media;

OMCC Facebook

OMCC Instagram

Heres is a video from last years event, thanks to Arise Arial Photography

 

Mardan Practice Trial – March 11th Labour Day Weekend

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OMCC presents the Mardan Practice Trial on Sunday, March 11th which is the Labour Day long weekend.The site is open on Saturday through to Monday morning for anyone who would like to camp out – no fires.  A toilet will be provided.

People will be there from 11.00 am Saturday to set sections so come then to help section setting if you can.

Sunday’s trial will be held over a variety of terrain – banks, hill climbs, logs, off camber turns lots of blasts up hills out of the gullies but, NO ROCKS instead mud and water in the creek.  Sections will have three lines – club person, intermediate and advanced.  Clubperson will be aimed at the beginner and club person rider, the intermediate is aimed at the C/C+ rider while advanced is aimed at the B/A grade rider.

No observers and no trophies, however, lots of FUN to be had.  Come along for a relaxed days riding and bring a mate to ride with.

Directions:  Trial coordinates are 38.4242929, 146.1313216.  From Mirboo North take the Dumbalk/Meeniyan road at the library kindergarten buildings.  Travel for 3.5 km then turn right into Peters Lane.  Continue for 1 km.  Signs will be posted at Mirboo North, Peters Lane and the trial site.

Mt BawBaw Trial Results

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Once again, the ski fields of Mt BawBaw produced a great trial with plenty to offer for all.

Many spectators were blown away with the “trial’s activity” being seen on the sky slopes and Mt BawBaw management very pleased with the way this sport is conducted.

7 sections from last year and 1 new one used with all existing being re-arrowed to give that new section feel.

With A, Expert and juniors doing 4 laps and the rest of the field completing 5 gave all riders and full days riding with not too much time left at the end.

Canberra’s Luke Anderson rode superbly to take out the A/Expert combined class on 32 pts with passed champion Dean Nuttall on 61 pts in 2nd and Zac Malarczyk with 71 pts in 3rd with also being the only riding doing the Expert lines.

With the Masters and B grade class combined, the older (or more experienced) riders took out the places with Simon VB in 1st, Phil Lewis in 2nd and Peter Wines in 3rd.

With Pat Sutton moving to B grade for the first time, it was Reece Chalmers taking out C+, Josh Aureri in 2nd and Bryce Robinson in 3rd.

Ben Hayes convincingly took out the C grade class with 2nd and 3rd place being quite close with Brad Watson edging out Bazil Tambanis.

Vets 40+ was also close with newly returned to the sport rider Tim Lloyd in 1st, Les Patterson in 2nd and John Rees in 3rd.

It was great to see the juniors getting around and having great fun also with Charlie Masovic, Sophie Haynes and Xavier Moore taking pops around (Steve Johnson).

Keep tuned for next year’s event with lots of new sections being considered further away from the ski centre.

Congratulations to OMCC for the huge effort getting this venue up and running and of course, all the officials and observers giving up their time for others to ride.

Attachments       2018 Mt BawBaw Trial results

Mt Baw Baw Trial 11.02.2018 – Supp Regs and Online Entry

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Not long now until the Mt Baw Baw Trial, less than two weeks away.

It’s set to be an awesome event in a great location, with restaurants and a cafe walking distance from the sections.

If you are new to trials and want to check it out, Baw Baw will provide the best opportunity to spectate out of all the trials events held in Victoria. Majority of the sections will be within walking distance from the car park with amenities not far away.

Bike Trials Victoria will also be there, showing how technical and rewarding the sport can be.

If you haven’t already, you can enter online here, via the Trials Australia Website

You can find the Supp Regs by clicking here

If you want to find out more about the accommodation click here

Here are a couple clips from last years event,

Hope to see you there.

Mt BawBaw Alpine Resort Trial – 11th Feb

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The Oakleigh Motorcycle Club will once again be holding a trial at the Mt BawBaw Alpine Ski Resort on the 11th February.

Last year’s event turned out to be a ripper trial and well supported amongst the trials community.

Accommodation will once again be available along with the restaurant which was well received last year.

Supp Regs and accommodation details will be available shortly so pen this down in your diaries and hope to see you all up there.

Mt BawBaw resort can be found on https://mountbawbaw.com.au/

For further info contact

Peter Wines 0432 799 525