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Tenterfield Terror


Tenterfield, Australia

Confirmed: 2021

Next Race: March 6 – 7 2021 (2 days).

Terrain Description: Full throttle up hills, rocky creek beds.

Racetrack Format: Cross country style event, with laps approx. 35km in length, 4 hour extreme enduro

Categories: 4 categories: We have Gold Silver and Bronze we also have ladies and juniors (juniors have no class).

Average Daily Riding Time: It is a 4 hour enduro but you can be on the track for up to 7 hours

Racetrack markings: The race track in fully marked and tagged along with bunting.

GPS Mandatory: Not for this event but we do have two GPS races that form a part of the series.

Entry Fee: Entry fee Senior Men or Ladies $220 and Juniors $145, we have a $20 camping fee per car.

Championship-Race: Yes, it’s round 1 of the Australian Hard Enduro Championship.

Race History: The first event was held in March 2020 and the second event is coming up in March 2021.

Normal/Expected Attendance: March 2020 had 286 riders compete in the event

Nearest Civilisation: The race is held in the region of Rocky River which is located 1 hour east of Tenterfield NSW.

Nearest International Airport: Brisbane Queensland Australia

Rental Motorcycles: Yes.

Race License: You are required to obtain a membership through the Australian Motorcyclist Association

Motorcycle Conditions: All of our events are held on private property, so no need to insure, register the bikes or make them road legal.

Typical Weather: End of summer – 27C can be stormy

Sightseeing: The event is held in a beautiful rural setting an hour from the town of Tenterfield, ideal for 4WD touring. Tenterfield is a historic town in the rolling New England region,  it is home to elegant wineries and superb wilderness. Known as the ‘birthplace of Australia’, this is the town where Sir Henry Parkes made his famous 1889 speech calling for Australia’s federation.

Disclaimer: The above info is supplied directly by the organisers on January 20th 2021. However, always make sure to do your own research if planning on attending this race, as the info could be out-dated.

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