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Bikebiz Throws Support Behind King of MX

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Bikebiz Supports Racing in NSW
Motorcycling NSW have officially announced that NSW based motorcycle dealer and online parts and accessories retailer Bikebiz has signed on as the major naming rights sponsor for the 2018 King Of MX State Title series with their entire support package directly increasing the prize pool for junior riders significantly.

Based in the Parramatta, Bikebiz not only represent multiple manufacturers including Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, Triumph & Aprilia but also one of Australia's longest running online stores (www.bikebiz.com.au) servicing all corners of the country with parts and accessories to suit all riders.

"We‰Ûªve always been huge supporters of racing in NSW and nationally, so the opportunity to link up with MNSW and be the main sponsor for this exciting new rebirth of the NSW MX Titles is a fantastic fit for Bikebiz."Bikebiz's Mark Condon said.

"We‰Ûªre very pleased to be adding substantially to the already impressive prize pool, and we love the idea that every cent of our sponsorship will go straight to the riders."

A family run business, Bikebiz and it's staff are no strangers to racing with many of the Condon family well known in road racing circles at the highest level is Australia while many employee's are also heavily involved in racing directly at all levels both state based and nationally.

‰ÛÏWe‰Ûªre extremely excited to have Bikebiz on board for the series, especially as they are a NSW based retailer of everything you need for your dirt bike. Having their support will mean we can soon announce some fantastic additional prizes for our junior competitors on top of their trophies and state title medals, so this is a great boost for the series." MNSW CEO Dave Cooke said.

"We‰Ûªll have more info in the next few days detailing the much bigger prize pool.‰Û
KTM's Luke Clout in action at the first Qualifier in Clarence. - Image Credit: My Action Images
The Format
Racers need to enter one of the 6 qualifier events (see schedule below) where the top 5 or 6 finishers in each class earn their Golden Ticket to the final. Once a rider has qualified, they can still ride the other qualifier events but they can‰Ûªt win another Golden Ticket, so that gives even more riders a chance to qualify.

At the final, State Title Champions will be decided over 3 motos for each class, and some will also earn a spot in the King of MX feature race.

Qualifier 1 March 3-4 Sydney Region (Clarence)
Qualifier 2 March 10-11 South Coast (Nowra)
Qualifier 3 March 17-18 Hunter (Cessnock)
Qualifier 4 April 21-22 Riverina (Young)
Qualifier 5 May 5-6 Central West (Dubbo)
Qualifier 6 May 12-13 North Coast (Moree)
FINAL June Long Weekend 9-10-11 Goanna Tracks Coonabarabran


For further information on the King of MX NSW State Titles, Supp. Regs and details on how to enter, head to www.kingofmx.com

Classes
SENIOR CLASSES ‰ÛÒ all classes are Championship Classes for the State Titles.
MX1
MX2
MXD (under 19)
MXW (Ladies ‰ÛÒ All Powers)
C Grade (All Powers)
Veterans +35yrs (All Powers)
JUNIOR CLASSES
4/u9 50cc Division 1 (Demonstration ‰ÛÒ non championship)
7/u9 50cc Division 2
7/u9 65cc
9/u12 65cc
9/u12 85cc/150cc 4 stroke (Standard Wheel)
12/u14 85cc/150cc 4 stroke (Standard & Big Wheel)
12/u16 Girls 85cc/150cc 4 stroke (Standard & Big Wheel)
14/u16 85cc/150cc 4 stroke (Standard & Big Wheel)
13/u15 100cc ‰ÛÒ 125cc 2 stroke
15 Years 100cc ‰ÛÒ 125cc 2 stroke
13/u15 128cc 2-stroke ‰ÛÒ 250cc 4 stroke
15 Years 128cc 2-stroke ‰ÛÒ 250cc 4 stroke
13/u16 Years Junior Girls 100cc ‰ÛÒ 150cc 2 stroke & 250cc 4 stroke

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