2021 State motocross calendars and information
Click on the images below to go to the Motorcycling Governing Body in your State or Motorcycling Australia to find out what motocross events are planned for your State, find out what you or your children need to do to race, and where your local club is located.
State motocross history
Thanks to your help, AMX History now has a complete list of Australian Motocross Champions back to the inaugural event at Korweinguboora in Victoria on 14 November 1953.
There are still some gaps in the placings at National level, which we’ll continue to research, but over time it is planned to research and include the State Motocross Champions.
Work is under way on the Western Australian State Motocross history, which includes this information:
- State Motocross Legends
- State Motocross Championship Lists
- State Motocross Programs
- State Motocross history
- State Motocross Clubs
- State Motorcycling Associations.
Western Australia has played a big part in the history of Australian Motocross.
Between 1928 to 1964 the Harley Davidson Motorcycle Club ran the famous Harley Scramble at the Rope Works Circuit in Mosman Park, before it moved to other venues.
Click on this link to view the Western Australian State Motocross section now.
If you have any historic motocross information and would like to help capture and preserve your State’s history for your family and future generations, then email: email@example.com
WA rider Bill Watson raced at the 1955 Australian Motocross Championships in Perth, and still competes in VMX today.
In 1989 WA’s Jeff Leisk was the Runner-up World 500cc Motocross Champion
In 1992 the Manjimup Motorcycle Club hosted the Motocross of Nations World Teams event at the Cosy Creek Circuit
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Want to be the history coordinator for your State?
The MXHistory website is looking for coordinators across Australia to help preserve the historic motocross information in each State. If you would like to be the coordinator for your State, then please contact me direct.
Ideally, someone who is passionate about the sport and has a connection to the motocross fraternity, and with some spare time capacity would be great. Alternatively, if you like researching and preserving history, you may be interested in contribution. I can guide you and assist.
To nominate for these roles, or if you have any queries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 0423 789 009.
AMXHistory Author John Steyntjes