MA Sanctioned Motorcycle Ride Days Launched

//MA Sanctioned Motorcycle Ride Days Launched

MA Sanctioned Motorcycle Ride Days Launched

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Motorcycling enthusiasts will be able to test their machinery around Wakefield Park at the nation’s spectator track’s new motorcycle ride days, which will be sanctioned by Motorcycling Australia.

The first two motorcycle ride days will be held on 10 and 15 March 2016, (and will continue throughout the year) following strong demand from motorcycle owners throughout New South Wales.

Wakefield Park operations manager Matt Baragwanath said the opportunity for Wakefield Park to operate and promote its own ride days made sense with a strong customer base already in existence.

“There are a lot of motorcycle riders who have ridden at Wakefield Park in the past, and whom have expressed a strong desire to continue riding at the circuit,” Mr Baragwanath said.

“The relationship between Motorcycling Australia, Motorcycling New South Wales and Wakefield Park has strengthened considerably in recent months, and holding two ride days in March is the perfect precursor to the Australian Superbike Championship returning to the track on the Easter long weekend.

“We encourage anyone with a motorcycle, who wants to ride it at its limits under controlled conditions, to come out to Wakefield on one of our ride days and give it a go.”

All participants in Wakefield Park’s motorcycle ride days must hold a Motorcycling Australia or Motorcycling NSW licence. Anyone without an appropriate licence can purchase a day licence over the counter at Wakefield Park.

Entry fee for the Ride day is $150 per rider, payable on the day.

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