THE VERY FIRST SCOTT WARE MEMORIAL ENDURO TRI-SERIES – 2019 NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES!
As a brand new initiative for 2019, 3 of Motorcycling SA’s mid north country clubs, the Gawler, Keyneton & Clare MCC’s have united to launch a brand new enduro series for 2019, the Scott Ware Memorial Tri-Series, and all rounds will run as Cross Country events in the inaugural year.
AND: The Clubs are more than excited to announce that entries for all rounds are now OPEN! Sup Regs and all of the details on the 2 rounds are now available on the Motorcycling SA website here; https://www.motorcyclingsa.org.au/supp-regs/, with entries online through Ridernet.
As stated, all the details are included in the Sup Regs, but here is the general information for the Series – which has one important factor to it – being a Tri-Series with the 3 clubs, membership to one of the 3 clubs is an absolute must – which can also be done through Ridernet for all three clubs.
As you will see below, the focus for this Series will be somewhat more focused on the future of the sport – THE JUNIORS – as all 5 junior classes as per the SAORC are being offered. All 3 clubs have had a junior focus for a long time and will use this series to help develop the future of the sport here in South Australia.
OFF ROAD GIRLS & WOMEN
The 3 clubs are also being proactive in trying to entice more girls into this off road discipline, so, as it states below, 4 entries in each of the 3 races (2 junior and 1 senior), will result in a separate class for Junior & Senior Women in those races – so get around it and get out there, especially as all 3 clubs are renowned for hosting excellent events!
Gawler MCC; Wes Haydon; 0438 824 614
Keyneton MCC; Jon Moore; 0419 809 123
Clare MCC; Mike Head; 0428 358 681
TROPHIES & AWARDS
There will be a trophy awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd of each eligible JUNIOR CLASS at the completion of each round. Seniors will receive series trophies only.
A minimum of two of the series events must be entered to gain eligibility for series results. Each series round counts for overall series points.
The Series will also feature a presentation night, where the Series trophies & awards will be awarded, with all the details to be released once finalised.
Riders will be escorted on a sighting lap. No other riding than in the event is permitted.
The tests are to be walked only!
Duration of the Races;
Juniors Race 1; 1.5 hours (90 minutes) plus sight lap
Juniors Race 2; 2 hours (120 minutes) plus sight lap
Seniors; 2.5 hours (150 minutes) plus sight lap
Seniors: $80.00 per round
Juniors: $50.00 per round
One Event Competition Licence $75.00
** Club Membership must be arranged with the respective clubs prior to entering.
CLASSES OF COMPETITION
** Ages for each class are taken as at January 1st 2019.
JJ – 8 to 11 years – (65cc 2 stroke)
J1 – 9 to 11 years – (85cc 2 stroke) & (up to 150cc 4 stroke)
J2 – 12 to 15 years – (85cc 2 Stroke) & (up to 150cc 4 Stroke)
J3 – 13 to 14 years – (125cc – 200cc 2-stroke) & (200cc – 250cc 4-stroke)
J4 – 15 years – (125cc – 200cc 2-stroke) & (200cc – 250cc 4-stroke)
**Junior Women – If 4 or more enter in each race, then a separate class will be created in each.
Clubman – All Powers (All classes as per SAORC combined)
Veterans – All Powers over 35 yrs. of age (rider must be 35+ years of age before 1st Jan 2019)
Expert – As Graded in Enduro or MX.
** Senior Women – If 4 or more enter across all classes then a separate class will be created.
Entries are now open and close the Sunday prior to each round.
Entries and payments are available online through your RIDERNET Profile
All riders are required to be a member of one of the promoting clubs.
CAMPING & CATERING AT ROUNDS
Camping is only available at certain rounds, please check with the promoting clubs.
Catering will only be available at certain rounds, please check with the promoting clubs.
Action pics courtesy of the brilliant Thomas Ware Photography
211 – Kyan Haydon from the Gawler MCC
88 – Tyler Heidenreich from the Keyneton MCC
3 – Will Price from the Clare MCC