OMCC JETS Training – July

OMCC invites parents to register for the next Junior Enthusiast trials Squad training day

Venue OMCC, 1 Simpsons Road Oakleigh South
Date Saturday 9 July, 2022 Start time is 9.00am
Closing date to register is Thursday 7 July

Training is Free to members
BBQ lunch will be provided
Gates open 8.30 am, please be ready to ride and meet on veranda at 9.00am

New and day members welcome by appointment (conditions apply)
We will have several groups of different levels and training requirements up to C grade.
There will be approx. 2 hours training with fun activities and a Mini Trail with awards for
Juniors and sub juniors. Finishing with a BBQ lunch.

Kids can Ride any mini bike or a push bike. By popular demand we will have another
TREASURE HUNT after Lunch.

New parents that want their Kids to try the sport can book a 15min Come and Try Ride.
Booking is essential and conditions apply for this. The “Come and Try” will start at 1.00pm.
Spots are limited so book early

Contact the OMCC SECRETARY to reserve your spot
[email protected]

JETS Training Report


The OMCC Junior Enthusiasts Trials Squad met on Saturday for some more training and Fun activities. Weather was not that great but the kids stuck it out until the end. Well done!

Practice included the reasons why trails is done standing, how to do a wheelie, best skid , slow race and turning practice then ending with a mini Trial Competition.

We had some balance games during or mid-morning break. Dylan Rees did a demo including wheelies a failed attempt and crash on Dylan’s Rock as well as jumping over Stan while lying down.

Justin Presented Trophies to Glenmaggie Sub Juniors  First   Mason Brady, Second Hugo Rees, Third Mimi Brady

Junior Winners 14-5-22 First Ryder Darburn, Second Mason Brady, Third Hugo Rees

Sub Junior Winners 14-5-22 First Mimi Brady, Second Olive Hudson, Third Riley Darburn

Thanks to the helpers Janina for lunch, Trainers Geoff Lewis, Les Patterson, Justin Stone , Mike Brady.  Also Justin for the trophies supplied and Les for the Photos & Dylan for the Demo and help

Kids had a great time and there were plenty of smiles and Hi Fives for achievements and progress was noticeable.

Next  JETS  training is Tentatively   planned for 9 or 10 of July

Hope to see you there.

May Communication to Members

During April we were so busy getting ready for OMCCs showpiece event of the year, the Glenmaggie Easter Trial, that we didn’t get any comms out. We are back on schedule now but as a result this update is pretty full!

Jumping ahead, there is training Sunday 29th May for Beginner Adults thanks to Stan Mularczyk. If you can make it, please let the club know:

New members are welcome, and day memberships are also available (conditions apply). 

Glenmaggie 2022 done & dusted!

It was so nice to see 100+ riders for the first time in years at an OMCC trial. Thanks to all our interstate riders who made the journey. We had groups from QLD, NSW, CBR & TAS, including a few Victorians who drove 5+ hours! To return the favour, there is a large contingent of OMCC riders heading north for the Canberra 2 Day (more details below). For those of you who made it we hope you had a good time. The talk around the campgrounds seemed to suggest most of you did. 

It was a herculean effort by the organising team with the amount of rain and growth the property had. Setting sections required chainsaws & whipper snippers before you could put the arrows down in a lot of places. Floods also meant the club needed to make repairs to the crossing between the first & second car park. 

A massive thank you goes to the following people who were there across multiple weekends to make the event happen:

Rocky Egan, Phill Lewis, Phill Arnott, Simon Colombo, Simon Watts, David Grice, Noah Grice, Craig Genner, John Wilson, Matt Kerr, Peter Wines, Stan Mularcyzk, Zac Mularcyzk, Geoff Lewis, Gary McDonald. 

A very special mention to Reece & Greg Chalmers who did some very heavy lifting and deserve special mention for going above & beyond. The club appreciates all your hard work.

Thanks to our trainers who put in a fantastic effort: Caitlyn Cummins, Jono Chellas, Stan Mularczyk, Justin Stone and Rocky Egan. 

The training on the Friday was very well attended and the club was seeking a donation from each attendee to help raise funds for the TDN team to get across to Europe this year. If you were planning on contributing to the training, but didn’t have cash on hand you can still make your contribution here by using the reference “TDN Training GM”:

We ended up setting about 26 sections and ran out of white & green arrows (thanks to STR for coming to our rescue), and the event consisted of 3 x 15 laps each day with a couple of sections re-used day 2. Glenmaggie section setting is generally set on the easier side in recognition of the fact that it is still early in the season, and the Easter weekend is a time of fun and relaxation. On reflection, looking at most of the grades we were fairly close to meeting those objectives based on the scores

Please check out Hiroshi’s Youtube channel for video from the event:

Continue reading “May Communication to Members”

JETS Training Session

JETS – Junior Enthusiast Trials Squad

The second round of our junior trials training sessions is being run at the OMCC grounds on Saturday 14th May.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to learn some new trials skills in a relaxed and fun environment. Open to all kids on any type of bike: trials bike, mini bike or push bike. There will be lots of fun games and activities including: Longest Static Balance, Best Wheelie, Slow Race and Longest Skid.

Training is free to all members, and day memberships are available for those that are not current club members.

Where?: OMCC Club Grounds, 1 Simpsons Rd Clayton South
When?: Saturday May 14th, 9:00am
Lunch: BBQ Lunch will be provided

Register your interest with: [email protected]

Glenmaggie Easter Trial Results

Thanks to everybody who attended our fantastic 2 day Easter trial at the Coleman property in Glenmaggie.

With over 100 competitors, perfect weather, and a great range of sections, there was something for everybody.

Thanks to all entrants and volunteers who made this event a success – we look forward to seeing you again next year. Here are the final results:

Working Bee and Presentations

Thanks to the 30 members who turned up today to help at the working bee. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. The club grounds are looking fantastic, and we have new LED lights installed in the verandah.

We got through most of the ‘To Do’ list however there is still some long grass in parts if anyone who missed the working bee and wants to make up for it next time.

We have ordered some backpacks for our section setting gear to help make it all a but more organised, but they didn’t arrive in time so we will do it during the week when they arrive; until then there is a pile of section setting gear in the club rooms.

Congratulations to all the award winners in the summer series. Trophies are at the club grounds for you all to collect if you weren’t there today.

March 2022 communication to members

Glenmaggie 2022 Entries now open (April 16-17)

The OMCC showpiece event of the year, the Glenmaggie Easter Trial, is happening again April 16th & 17th. 

After a couple of disrupted years, OMCC are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the Glenmaggie 2022 Easter Trial…in particular our interstate friends. We have caught wind of a QLD contingent planning to head south! 

As if two days riding and camping isn’t enough, we aim to run training on the Friday 15th prior to the event with groups for kids (up to C grade) at 1pm-3pm and the adults later in the afternoon. More details on this coming in future updates.

Please note: Early entry discounted until 31st March. Entries close 13th April 9pm.

Link to more details, and entry:–borders-are-open-edition-5981

Glenmaggie Section Setting (April 8-10)

We will need the help of as many as possible to get Glenmaggie ready. The plan is to camp and set sections on Friday April 8th – Sunday April 10th. 

Please let us know if you can help us.

Last year we had an amazing turnout and we are keen to repeat the success. 

Assume you will need gardening gloves, whipper snippers/brush cutters, gardening shears.

Working Bee (March 20)

The first working bee of 2022 is on March 20th. If you’ve not revisited the calendar since we first published please be aware of a date change. We announced in previous communications that it got moved to accommodate the VTS series. Members need only attend 2 of the 3 scheduled, so it’s OK if you can’t make this one.

Normal format is a working bee in the morning from 10am-12:30pm, a BBQ lunch, and then a ride in the afternoon.

Please Bring:

  • Whipper Snipper
  • A Wheel Barrow (if it’s not a big inconvenience…only need a few)
  • Gardening shears
  • Gardening gloves
  • Chisel/Paint scrapers
  • Staple removers

Focus of the working bee:

  • Trim the long glass
  • Spray weeds
  • Pick up glass/debris from grounds
  • Clean section setting gear (remove silicon/staples)
  • Organise the section setting gear into separate backpacks
  • Prune overhanging branches around the fence
Continue reading “March 2022 communication to members”

2022 Glenmaggie Easter Trial

Entries are now open for Glenmaggie 2022. After a couple of disrupted years, OMCC are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the Glenmaggie 2022 Easter Trial…in particular our interstate friends. We have caught wind of a QLD contingent planning to head south! 

Glenmaggie is a two day event like no other, and worth the trip just to spend time camping among friends. If you’ve never done it, then this is the year with borders open and travel restrictions eased!

As if two days riding and camping isn’t enough, we aim to run training on the Friday 15th prior to the event with groupds for kids (up to C grade) at 1pm-3pm and the adults later in the afternoon. More details on this coming in future updates.

A couple of new features this year:

  • Early entry discount (Entries before 31st March avoid 30% loading).
  • Camping fees are and paid online at entry (please don’t give us cash on the day). 
  • We have incured some price rises due to new first aid licensing requirements in Vic, however to offset this we have made available a selection of free entry options if you bring an observer. Spots are limited so if you can commit to bringing and observer with you, get in quick to secure these options. OMCC are keen to see how this policy will go, and are open to feedback. Details on your entry forms & in the supp regs. Note: You will be charged up front, and refunded after the event.

Entries will Close Wed 13th April 9pm. Late entries will not be accepted.

Enter online:

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