Australia's Toughest Extreme Enduro, that attracts some of the best riders from Australia and around the world, is ready to release entries for 2018 in what will be it's 9th year.
The Wildwood Rock Extreme event, that takes place not far from Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne, will prove once again to be one of the toughest days a rider can sign up for.
Each year the spectators and supporters grow with the event and work their way around the 12km course to some of the hardest hills and endless rock gullies to encourage the riders and this is what makes Wildwood a stand out event for the riders and spectators on the day.
Entries are set to go live at 9:00am 10th of July 2018 (EST) via a link on the Wildwood webpage.
In 2018 a restructure of the classes has been completed to bring the event inline with many other extreme enduro's. 4 Classes will make up the event this year with Gold, Silver, Bronze and a new Silver Plus.
The new Silver Plus or otherwise known as the Tin Tank Racers will highlight the 40 years and older riders that have progressed out of the Clubman classes in past events. The event includes a timed prologue at the beginning of the day, it gives riders the best chance of not being stuck in traffic on that first lap and to take out the prize for fastest prologue in their class..
The main event will be over 4 hours. This will consist of Gold class competing over the 4 hours while the other 3 classes will battle against the clock for 3 hours. The doors will be also open for international riders to attend with a large interest from New Zealand and a few big names from South Africa on the cards.
2018 will also see some key area's of the extreme track renamed that are a must to get to on the day for riders and spectators. The Cambodia Motorbike tours Fender Bender Hill is always good for the first lap but the next lap can see an easy line turn to dust making it different each time riders hit it.
Our other major name change is the new Liqui Moly Rock Garden that pushes the riders into the biggest rocks on the track again challenging the riders before making their way back to the finish line that is 100% man made madness.
will hold the entry link that will take riders to Motorcycle Australia Ridernet event manager system for all details.