Motorcycling Australia (MA) has launched a 2013 National Come and Try Day.
Motorcycling Australia (MA) has launched a 2013 National Come and Try Day, which will see motorcycle tracks burst into action across the country on Saturday, 2 March 2013.
A collaborative project between MA and our State Controlling Bodies, the inaugural National Come and Try Day will throw open the doors of motorcycle sport to the public with a diverse menu of hands-on events and activities.
The day will see a jam-packed schedule of events across metropolitan and regional New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania.
The schedule will cover the full range of disciplines including motocross, road racing, enduro, speedway, moto-trials, dirt track and quads. Find out more about the different disciplines by visiting the MA website.
Events will be hosted by affiliated clubs, with skilled riders and officials on site to provide guidance and support to make sure riders get the most out of their National Come and Try Day experience.
Each event is guaranteed to be unique, with participating clubs encouraged to plan their own program for the day to best showcase their discipline and their club. Clubs will also be able to run a Club Practice Day alongside the event.
Participants who have never held a licence before will receive a free Come and Try Day licence to cover the day, and also have the opportunity to apply for a free Annual Recreational Licence or a discounted full Annual Licence.
To get involved or find out more about the 2013 National Come and Try Day, simply head to www.ma.org.au/comeandtry.