Organiser Gerry Jongebloed from Creat-N-Trax has planned two forest loops for riders to enjoy in Mount Crawford state forest. The area boasts forest tracks between big pines, single track to die for and some technical sections for the experienced riders.
Riding is not normally allowed in the forest except for permitted events and it’s the first time a permit has been issued by Forestry SA for an event such as this. Yamaha is a major supporter of the event and will be offering random prizes to riders entered.
“Yamaha is pleased to be in a position to support the Mount Crawford trail ride and offers SA riders their first opportunity to test ride the 2012 WR450F,” says Yamaha’s SA Dealer Support Staff Rob Baumann.
“Yamaha currently supports the SA Off Road Championship Series, 24 Hour Reliability Trial, a Yamaha SA Dealer Race Team and King of Enduro X events. We also plan to increase support for recreational riding opportunities in SA in order to benefit the dirt bike community,” continues Baumann.
Media release New WR450F makes SA debut 23-03-2012 A sum of $10 from every entry will be donated to Foodbank, a charity that helps to feed needy people. The South Australian Off Road Series has adopted Foodbank as its charity and have donated over $10,000 over the past three years.
Catering is available in the form of a BBQ run by the Mypolonga Scout Group who will use it for their fundraising. Each entrant will get a meal from the BBQ and a drink as part of their entry.
Riders can register on the day to ride the awesome new fuel injected WR450F.
Entry forms for the event are available here: http://www.yamaha-motor.com.au/hotnews/motorcycle/yamahaforest- trail-ride-hosts-sa-2012-wr450f-launch
Or on the SA Off Road or Motorycling SA websites here:
Or call Gerry Jongebloed at Creat-N-Trax on mobile 04274 70007
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