Horsham MCC fires up for Western Region

By |2018-06-16T22:57:02+00:00June 16th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|Tags: |

Round 4 of the Western Region Motocross Championships will be at the Dooen Motocross Complex tomorrow (17 June 2018) were the best of Western Victoria Motocross Athletes will race to add points to their 2018 Championship. The 6 round Championship kicked off on the 18th February 2018 at Shipwreck Coast MCC (Warrnambool) and will conclude at Ararat 8/9 September. With over 20 classes of motocross racing to view in the family-friendly environment, free spectator entry and full canteen facilities available Horsham MCC will be the place to be Sunday.

There will also be on display the Yamaha YZ65 which was released recently worldwide therefor fans will be able to see, touch the new machine as well as see the new bike race.

“The club will have the all-new YZ65 on display this weekend at the 4th round of the Barry Francis Western region,” said Club President Kenny Watts, “a big shout out to the regions major sponsor Barry Francis Motorcycles for supplying the bike for us to display, the winning ticket will be drawn at the World MX Juniors final in August, tickets are available at $20 per ticket. 500 tickets available.”

The Horsham MCC secured the World Junior Motocross Championships in the past two years and had been upgrading the circuit ever since.

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