Annual two-day event almost here.CHALPAT SONTI November 8, 2012 12:26pm
It’s almost time for the major event of the year for the Seymour Motorcycle Club.
About 300 riders from around the state are expected to coverge at the club’s track at Granite Park on November 17 and 18 for the annual two-day open event.
Club president Adrian Meulenmeesters said it promised to be a big weekend, with the feature races held on the Sunday morning.
Racing would be between 8.30
The club was buoyant, but was happy for more members to utilise its 2
‘‘We’ve got about 100 members and we have events once a month on a Sunday,’’ Meulenmeesters said.
‘‘They can start as early as five years old and we would encourage all the kids who have motorbikes to come out and give it a try.’’
A practice day held last month attracted about 100 riders from far and wide taking advantage of perfect conditions.
For more information on the club, contact Adrian Meulenmeesters on 0407
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