Members are invited to come down to the Annual General Meeting on the 08.02.2018.
The AGM is where members can who have been nominated for the committee positions are announced for 2018.
The AGM is a good opportunity for all members to get involved in the running and the direction of the club.
Food will be provided for members who attend.
If you wish to nominate anyone for committee positions you can find the forms below, all nominations need to be returned by 06.02.2018.
Nominations can be sent via email or post to the address below.
Postal Address: 18/95 Warrandyte Rd, Langwarrin 3910
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you all there :)
Nomination Forms: AGM Nomination Forms
The Oakleigh Gate trial took place despite the horrendous weather forecast.
After some rain initially, the sections were certainly wet and slippery. However, the weather remained dry throughout the majority of the day, making for ideal conditions once everything began to dry out.
We had a good turn out of riders, with the sections offering challenges to all skill levels. The scoring is very different to traditional trials events and proved to be quite challenging as riders really had to be quite strategic and imaginative in their line choice, as one little dab can cost them all their hard earned points!
A big thank you to everyone who helped organise, set up, score and catered for the event, we really appreciate your time and efforts
Photos of the event are now on our Facebook page. You can see all the photos by clicking here
Hopefully looking to run a few more of these events in the near future, so keep an eye out on the website or our social media for further updates.
Everyone is invited to come down to the Membership Renewal and Presentation day on the 10.12.2017,
You will be able to renew your membership for 2018, this will also be an great opportunity for people who are wishing to join the club to get involved.
Membership Cards will be printed on the day, please print, fill out and bring the membership form with the exact money, this will make the process much quicker and easier.
You can find the membership form below.
Make sure you bring your bike and have a ride, there will be a BBQ lunch provided, so why not make a day of it.
Hope to see you all there :)
Address: 1 Simpson Rd, Clayton South VIC 3169
Oakleigh Membership form only(2017mod)
Everyone is invited to participate in this Gate Trial practice event. The trial is to be held at the Oakleigh Club Grounds on the 26th of November 2017. It will be a great opportunity for those new to the world of trials to give a trial a go, also offering experienced riders to challenge themselves.
Riders participating in the gate trial will now be in the chance to win prizes. Prizes will be awarded 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each class.
1. Classic bikes (classic, post classic and twin shock)
2. Novice (riders graded C)
3. Experienced (riders graded C+)
There will be a $25 entry fee for the event, inclusive of sidecars. Children under the age of 16 will be able to enter for free.
For those who do not have a Motorcycling Australia License, we will have Come and Try permits available on the day for the event.
The club grounds will be open from 09:00, with sign in between 09:00 and 10:00. The event will kick off shortly after.
Hope too see you there.
WHEN: Sunday the 26th of November
WHERE: Simpson Road, Clayton North, Victoria
Everyone is invited to participate in this Gate Trial practice event. The trial is to be held at the Oakleigh Club Grounds on the 26th of November 2017.
A gate trial is a different style of trial where all grades can compete against each other in the same sections. The idea is to score points by riding through pairs of arrows that define a “gate”. The rider decides which line to follow to get the maximum score possible for his or her riding ability. Unlike a normal trial, the rider with the most points wins.
Each grade will get their chance to score a set amount of points through their section AND more points by collecting extra gates as they are running through their section.
There will only be 3 grades; White, Blue and Red.
This will be a self‐scoring event with no trophies; however we do request that ALL riders are to be riding in pairs and score each other.
Hope to see you there.
OMCC will be hosting the fifth round of the Victorian Trials Series at Melbourne’s home of hard enduro, Wildwood.
Just 30 kilometres from the CBD, Wildwood is the ideal location for riders and spectators to get involved in the action.
Supp Regs and Online Entries are now available, you can get more information about this and more by clicking here.
As always we are in need of observers, if you can help please contact us via the email address below,
See you there.
Cold and wet weather couldn’t stop 20 riders participating in the Oakleigh Motorcycle Club’s TDN training weekend.
Chris Bayles of Tasmania gave plenty of great tips for Saturday’s B, C+ grade and Sunday’s C, Clubman graded riders.
All riders commented on Chris’s great coaching advise and techniques with everybody improving their performance by the end of the day.
Not only great tips were given but a full smorgasbord of food complimenting the BBQ lunch was well received.
This is the 2nd year the OMCC has supported the TDN team and wishes them great success at this year’s Spanish TDN event.
Once again, OMCC will be running a training weekend at the club on the 5th and 6th Aug.
This is not just for club members but anyone that would like to travel to the Oakleigh MCC grounds and participate. Just bring your trials bike and MV licence. We will have “come and try day permits” for those that don’t have a licence.
Chris Bayles who was runner up to Kylie Middleton in last year’s Australian Titles is excited to give up his time to come over and present training to all levels of riders from Juniors right through to Experts.
Chris is a very down to earth guy with a huge amount of talent & experience which he’s only too happy to pass on his knowledge to anybody that participates in the training.
Like last year, OMCC will presented a cheque to the TDN team to help them get over to Spain for this year’s event.
We will be running 2 full day sessions at a cost of $70 per rider with lunch provided.
Saturday at 10am until 3:30pm and Sunday from 9:30am until 3pm.
It would be good to have “C+ grade and above on Saturday” and “C grade and below on Sunday” but this may change depending on when most riders can fit their time in.
So once again, don’t miss this great opportunity as 1st in 1st served.
Just email your participation to: email@example.com
The Victorian Trial Series kicks off this weekend with Round 1 at Sedgwick just south of Bendigo.
Online entries, Supp Regs and Directions are available on the Trials Australia website:
N.B – You can pay for one-day recreation licences in the online entry system.
Photo Credit: Alex Chng
Move over Victorians, the interstaters are on their way with an army of riders ready to take home some swag. Over a third of entries are from New South Wales or South Australia (plus 1 ACT rider). Speaking of trophies, Gary McDonald has cooked up some new trophies and stickers for 2017.
Last Minute Entries
Haven’t entered yet — we are extending online entries to 11:59pm on Thursday night. Did you know you can buy a one event Recreation Licence online. If you choose to enter on the day, it’ll cost you a little extra.
Enter Online Now
Get a bit of practice in on Thursday or Friday. Early arrivers will need to get their bikes scrutineered between 2-3:30pm on Thursday. Friday times 11am-12pm or 2pm-3:30pm.
Sign in/Machine Examination 9-9:45am
Riders Briefing 10:15am
Event Starts 10:30am
Event Ends 4:30pm
Evening – Rob Austin will have his Guitar and will have a singalong around the campfire.
Is the Easter bunny going to find its way to you or maybe you’ll settle for a Berocca?
Riders Briefing 9:15am
Event Starts 9:30am
Event Ends 3:30pm
Presentations will begin shortly after event ends.
Click here for Supp Regs.
Click here for Directions to Glenmaggie
It will open directions to Google Maps, the link works on all smartphones.
Cya at Glenmaggie!