News 29 Jan 2014

Honda Junior Challenge scheduled for World Superbikes

Kids invited to sample CRF50F at Phillip Island event.

Source: Honda Australia.

Source: Honda Australia.

Honda has confirmed it will host a Junior Challenge at Phillip Island’s opening round of the Superbike World Championship on 21-23 February.

Children aged between six and 10 years old will be offered the chance to throw a leg over Honda’s CRF50F and learn the basics of motorcycle riding.

Supplied with full safety gear, qualified HART instructors will instruct free 20-minute try it sessions on a purpose built track giving kids a unique insight into motorcycling.

All participants will ride Honda’s CRF50F which, with its single-shock rear suspension, inverted fork and bulletproof four-stroke 49cc engine, is Australia’s top selling fun bike.

To register, kids can simply visit the Honda Junior Challenge area behind the WSBK Expo Stand between 8:30am and 5:00pm on each day of the event.

Plus, limited tickets still remain for the Honda VIP Marquee. With a three-day pass from Honda, guests will enjoy the fast-paced action of WSBK in style and comfort. Located on Gardner Straight, the Honda VIP Marquee offers sweeping views of the circuit, full catering, motorcycle parking, Honda gift and more.

Exclusive paddock access is offered on Friday for autograph opportunities and guests are invited to a Pit Walk on Saturday. For just $640 per person for a three day pass, treat yourself to a racing experience you’ll never forget.

Visit and click on the Events/Buy Tickets link to book online today.