Motocross

King and Queen of MX Offered Equal Prize Purse

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Meghan Rutledge chances West Australian Jess Moore during a qualifying round. Photo: Supplied
Motorcycling NSW has confirmed that not only will a Queen of MX be crowned alongside the Bikebiz King of MX, but that the fastest women on two wheels will also be racing for a winner takes all, $10,000 prize purse at the NSW State Titles Final in Coonabarabran!

"Motorcycling really is for everyone" said Tim Sanford, MNSW President, "for too long, prize money has been low considering the dedication required to win at the highest level regardless of gender, and so in developing the King of MX concept, we unanimously felt the only course of action was to offer the Queen of MX the same $10,000 for 10min and fall in line with other progressive sports and society in general".

With 3 of the Qualifiers having already been run, it's becoming clear that Australia's fastest female racers are motivated to take out the new Queen of MX crown with Jess Moore, Meghan Rutledge and Tori Dare all racing and gaining a Golden Ticket to the final in Coonabarabran while other racers as far Western Australia are expressing interest in contesting the event, and with 3 more qualifiers, there's plenty of chances for more girls to get out there and race for their chance at the $10,000 feature race prize!

West Australian Jess Moore has contested the first 2 Queen of MX Qualifiers taking 4 from 6 wins making her intentions clear.
Meghan Rutledge took 2 wins from 3 starts to earn her Golden Ticket at Clarence.
Queen of MX
The top 40 senior women will compete in a 10 minute, winner takes all, All Powers race at the iconic Goanna Tracks complex with $10,000 up for grabs. Quite simply, this is the biggest race in Australia for women on two wheels - The Queen of MX!

King, Prince and Princess of MX
The King of MX feature race is the richest motocross race in Australia, and will consist of the top senior racers from every class, so everyone from the pros right through to the C-Graders and Vets who get through will be in with a chance to take home the $10,000 prize, and at only 10 minutes everyone has a chance at taking home the crown!

For the up and coming generation (under 16), the top riders of each class will be pitted against each other in their own sprint race to determine the Prince and Princess of MX

How to Enter: Racers need to enter one of the 6 qualifier events (see schedule below for remaining dates) 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, Queen, Prince or Princess of MX feature races.

For further information on the Bikebiz King of MX NSW State Titles, Supp. Regs and details on how to enter, head to www.kingofmx.com
Jess Moore focused before the gate drops.
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

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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