Australian National Motocross series and round entries now open

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Entries are now opened for the ‘2019 Pirelli MX Nationals’ series across all classes.

With entry numbers being capped at a total of 50 in each series class, and 40 in the support classes riders are encouraged to be on the front foot and enter now.

All payments are processed the Monday prior to the event, therefore in the case of unforeseen circumstance riders will be able to withdraw their entry without the financial expense.

To enter simply go the MX Nationals website and under competitors, link follows the prompts. https://www.mxnationals.com.au/competitor-info/#MXN

Round 1 – Appin NSW – Sunday March 17
Round 2 – Wonthaggi VIC –  March 31st
Round 3 – Broadford VIC –  April 14th
Round 4/5 – Murray Bridge SA – May 4th & 5th
Round 6 – Gympie QLD – June 23rd
Round 7 – Maitland NSW – July 14th
Round 8 – Moore NSW – July 28th
Round 9/10 Coolum QLD – August 3rd & 4th

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