If racing cross country through tight bush trails and fast open tracks appeals to you, then you should consider enduro riding.
It’s a case of rider and bike versus the elements in events ranging from casual trail rides to Australian Championship events. Many enduro events have standard requirements, registered and adequately silenced motorcycles, clothing and licence requirements.
South Australian Offroad Championship
Check the calendar for upcoming South Australian Offroad Championship events.
For more details regarding our State Championship series head to the official series website saoffroadchampionships.com
Junior Enduro Classes Information
|J1: 8 to 11yrs||65cc 2 stroke|
|J1:9 to 11yrs||85cc 2 stroke & up to 150cc 4 stroke (standard small wheels only)|
|J2 12 to 15 years||85cc 2 Stroke & up to 150cc 4 Stroke (small or big wheels)|
|J3 13 to 14 years||85cc 2 stroke & 150cc 4 stroke (std or big wheel only)|
|J4 15 years – 125cc||200cc 2-stroke & 200cc – 250cc 4 stroke|
|JG 12 to 15 years||85cc to 200cc 2 stroke & 150cc to 250c 4 stroke Girls|
Senior Enduro Classes Information
|Pro Class||65cc 2 stroke|
|Expert Class||85cc 2 stroke & up to 150cc 4 stroke (standard small wheels only)|
|C1||Up to 220cc 2 Stroke & up to 250cc 4 Stroke|
|C2||Open 2 Stroke|
|C3||Open 4 Stroke
|Veterans All Powers||35-44 years of age (rider to be 35+ years before 1st Jan 2023)|
|Masters All Powers||+45 years of age (rider to be 45+ years before 1st Jan 2023)|
|Women All Powers|
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