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WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND
Another Saturday free
Sunday 01 August
Club Champs Rd 3 hosted by Manawatu Orion MCC
Have A Go/Training Day hosted by Motorcycling Canterbury
Trial Training Day hosted by Ixion MCC
Winter Series Rd 3 hosted by North Harbour Mini MX
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WHATS ON THIS WEEKEND
Another Saturday free
Sunday 01 August
Club Champs Rd 3 hosted by Manawatu Orion MCC
Have A Go/Training Day hosted by Motorcycling Canterbury
Trial Training Day hosted by Ixion MCC
Winter Series Rd 3 hosted by North Harbour Mini MX

Dates and Clubs Confirmed for 2022 & 2023 NZ Motocross Championship

Motorcycling New Zealand along with Motocross Commissioner Ray Broad are pleased to announce the dates & clubs for the 2022 & 2023 NZ Motocross Championship

2022
Round 1 – 6th February – South Otago Motorcycle Club
Round 2 – 20 February – Rotorua Motorcycle Club
Round 3 – 20 March – Hawkes Bay Motorcycle Club
Round 4 – 27 March – Taupo Motorcycle Club

2023
Round 1 – 5 February – Taranaki Motorcycle Club
Round 2 – 19 February – South Island Club – to be confirmed
Round 3 – 19 March – Tauranga Motorcycle Club
Round 4 – 26 March – Pukekohe Motorcycle Club
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Shot South Otago Motorcycle Club 🤘

Nigel Muller...there’s a gap 2023👍hh

Is this the dates for minis as well? Same dates and locations?

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND
Saturday 24 July
Mosgiel District XC Rd 4 hosted by Mosgiel District MCC
Sunday 25 July
Winter Series Rd 4 hosted by Taupo MCC
Hamilton Trials Champs Rd 4 hosted by Hamilton MCC
Club Trial hosted by Hawkes Bay MCC
Winter Cup hosted by Manawatu Orion MCC
Search & Rescue Mini TT hosted by Ashburton MCC
Western Valley Club Trial hosted by Pioneer MCC
Memorial Series Rd 1 hosted by Canterbury ATV Association
Kaitoke Buckets Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
Taranaki Buckets Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
AMCC Bucket Champs Rd 4 hosted by Auckland MCC
Have A Go Day hosted by North Canterbury Dirt Riders Club
Cambridge MX Rd 2 hosted by Cambridge MCC
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WHATS ON THIS WEEKEND
Saturday 24 July
Mosgiel District XC Rd 4 hosted by Mosgiel District MCC
Sunday 25 July
Winter Series Rd 4 hosted by Taupo MCC
Hamilton Trials Champs Rd 4 hosted by Hamilton MCC
Club Trial hosted by Hawkes Bay MCC
Winter Cup hosted by Manawatu Orion MCC
Search & Rescue Mini TT hosted by Ashburton MCC
Western Valley Club Trial hosted by Pioneer MCC
Memorial Series Rd 1 hosted by Canterbury ATV Association
Kaitoke Buckets Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
Taranaki Buckets Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
AMCC Bucket Champs Rd 4 hosted by Auckland MCC
Have A Go Day hosted by North Canterbury Dirt Riders Club
Cambridge MX Rd 2 hosted by Cambridge MCC

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That pic looks like they are using Moto Guzzi engine sliders

Brendon Brendon Coad

SPEEDWAY NZ ANNOUNCEMENT
FIM Oceania is pleased to announce in conjunction with Speedway NZ (SNZ) & Motorcycling NZ (MNZ), that competitors will be set to battle out the 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship over two rounds on January 29th, 2022, at Moore Park Speedway, Christchurch, New Zealand & Oreti Park Speedway, Invercargill New Zealand on February 5th, 2022.
This will be the first time the FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship has been hosted on New Zealand soil, and over two rounds. With both host tracks sporting a rich history in Motorcycle Racing. Moore Park speedway was founded and named after the late Ronnie Moore, and Oreti Park Speedway, Invercargill has strong ties to Burt Munro. The final round of this FIM Oceania Championship finishing in Invercargill the week before the annual pilgrimage to the South for the Burt Munro Classic, which is always a talked about two wheel event.

Speedway NZ Motorcycle Chairman Mike Provost added “We are working closely with Australia & the UK to ensure that the best talent is on show for Speedway fans when we go tapes up in 2022. Covid-19 restrictions have of course created some challenges, but with the Trans-Tasman bubble already in operation, we foresee that the best riders in the world will be on show in New Zealand in the summer”

FIM Oceania is the regional representative body of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the world governing body of Motorcycle Sport. FIM Oceania has two member national federations of Motorcycling Australia & Motorcycling New Zealand. FIM Oceania sanctions FIM Oceania championships and events conducted by promoters and affiliated clubs of our member federations, across a variety of motorcycle sport including Circuit Racing, Motocross, Supercross, Speedway, Enduro, and Trials.
FIM Oceania President, Peter Doyle, said that ‘’FIM Oceania was very pleased to be working with Speedway NZ and their host tracks, Moore Park & Oreti Park Speedways for what is sure to be an amazing 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship. It is excellent to have this FIM Oceania Championship conducted in New Zealand and we encourage motorcycle racing fans from across New Zealand and Australia to get along and not miss a minute of this speedway action.’’
‘’There is a long history of excellent competition and hard fought battles between the Aussies & Kiwi riders across many motorcycle races over the years. I am sure in January 2022, there will be two rounds of sensational speedway racing’’.
Speedway NZ will be seeking Expressions of Interest from New Zealand based riders for the event over the next 6 weeks before finalising the qualification process for NZ representation.
Motorcycling Australia and ACU [ = the UK motorcycling federation – ACU ] have been delegated 8 of the 16 spots in the rider line-up, for what promises to be an action packed international event.
To stay up to day with the latest news on Speedway NZ and 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship visit website www.speedway.co.nz
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SPEEDWAY NZ ANNOUNCEMENT
FIM Oceania is pleased to announce in conjunction with Speedway NZ (SNZ) & Motorcycling NZ (MNZ), that competitors will be set to battle out the 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship over two rounds on January 29th, 2022, at Moore Park Speedway, Christchurch, New Zealand & Oreti Park Speedway, Invercargill New Zealand on February 5th, 2022.
This will be the first time the FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship has been hosted on New Zealand soil, and over two rounds. With both host tracks sporting a rich history in Motorcycle Racing. Moore Park speedway was founded and named after the late Ronnie Moore, and Oreti Park Speedway, Invercargill has strong ties to Burt Munro. The final round of this FIM Oceania Championship finishing in Invercargill the week before the annual pilgrimage to the South for the Burt Munro Classic, which is always a talked about two wheel event. 

Speedway NZ Motorcycle Chairman Mike Provost added “We are working closely with Australia & the UK to ensure that the best talent is on show for Speedway fans when we go tapes up in 2022. Covid-19 restrictions have of course created some challenges, but with the Trans-Tasman bubble already in operation, we foresee that the best riders in the world will be on show in New Zealand in the summer”

FIM Oceania is the regional representative body of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the world governing body of Motorcycle Sport. FIM Oceania has two member national federations of Motorcycling Australia & Motorcycling New Zealand. FIM Oceania sanctions FIM Oceania championships and events conducted by promoters and affiliated clubs of our member federations, across a variety of motorcycle sport including Circuit Racing, Motocross, Supercross, Speedway, Enduro, and Trials.
FIM Oceania President, Peter Doyle, said that ‘’FIM Oceania was very pleased to be working with Speedway NZ and their host tracks, Moore Park & Oreti Park Speedways for what is sure to be an amazing 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship. It is excellent to have this FIM Oceania Championship conducted in New Zealand and we encourage motorcycle racing fans from across New Zealand and Australia to get along and not miss a minute of this speedway action.’’ 
‘’There is a long history of excellent competition and hard fought battles between the Aussies & Kiwi riders across many motorcycle races over the years. I am sure in January 2022, there will be two rounds of sensational speedway racing’’. 
Speedway NZ will be seeking Expressions of Interest from New Zealand based riders for the event over the next 6 weeks before finalising the qualification process for NZ representation. 
Motorcycling Australia and ACU [ = the UK motorcycling federation – ACU ]  have been delegated 8 of the 16 spots in the rider line-up, for what promises to be an action packed international event. 
To stay up to day with the latest news on Speedway NZ and 2022 FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship visit website www.speedway.co.nz

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Mmm support class.......sure some Aussie flattrack riders could throw some dtx in with a chair

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND
Saturday 17 July
Trial School Training Day hosted by Pioneer MCC
Sunday 18 July
Sandpit Series Rd 3 - hosted by Southland MCC
Winter Series Rd 3 - hosted by B.E.AR.S.
Dibben Swartz Winter Series - hosted by Wanganui MCC
Club Day - hosted by Central Hawkes Bay MCC
Winter Series Rd 2 - hosted by Pukekohe MCC
Club Trial - Ixion MCC
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WHATS ON THIS WEEKEND
Saturday 17 July
Trial School Training Day hosted by Pioneer MCC
Sunday 18 July
Sandpit Series Rd 3 - hosted by Southland MCC
Winter Series Rd 3 - hosted by B.E.AR.S.
Dibben Swartz Winter Series - hosted by Wanganui MCC
Club Day - hosted by Central Hawkes Bay MCC
Winter Series Rd 2 - hosted by Pukekohe MCC
Club Trial - Ixion MCC

WHAT'S ON THIS WEEKEND
Friday 09 July
2021 NZ Secondary Schools MX hosted by Taupo MCC
Saturday 10 July
NZ Trial Training School hosted by Pioneer MCC
Nelson Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
Sunday 11 July
Club Day hosted by South Canterbury MCC
Club Day hosted by Tauranga MCC
Winter Series Rd 2 hosted by Whangarei MCC
Canterbury TT Series Rd 3 hosted by Canterbury ATV Association
Magic Series Rd 4 hosted by Hawkes Bay MCC
Have A Go Twin Shock hosted by Ixion MCC
Action Moto Winter Series Rd 3 hosted by Taranaki MCC
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WHATS ON THIS WEEKEND
Friday 09 July
2021 NZ Secondary Schools MX hosted by Taupo MCC
Saturday 10 July
NZ Trial Training School hosted by Pioneer MCC
Nelson Club Day hosted by Bucket Racing NZ
Sunday 11 July
Club Day hosted by South Canterbury MCC
Club Day hosted by Tauranga MCC
Winter Series Rd 2 hosted by Whangarei MCC
Canterbury TT Series Rd 3 hosted by Canterbury ATV Association
Magic Series Rd 4 hosted by Hawkes Bay MCC
Have A Go Twin Shock hosted by Ixion MCC
Action Moto Winter Series Rd 3 hosted by Taranaki MCC

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