The first round of the KTM Australian Amateur Cup is set to kick off in just under two weeks when the MX Nationals heads to Raymond Terrace for the sixth round of the 2015 series.
The Australian Amateur Class will be open to seniors on all powered bikes who haven‰Ûªt finished inside the top ten in the championship in the last five years, and who haven‰Ûªt had top 15 moto results in MX1 or MX2 in the past two years.
The KTM supported three round championship is set to provide amateur riders with the opportunity for their efforts to be recognised on a National stage, and KTM‰Ûªs Marketing and Communications Manager Greg Chambers says the company is pleased to be able to support the class for 2015.
‰ÛÏWhen the opportunity arose to support the Australian Amateur Cup KTM Australia jumped at the chance," Chambers said. "It‰Ûªs so important to support the grass roots level of motocross and give these guys as chance to showcase their skills on a national stage.
"I‰Ûªm sure each and every rider will get a real buzz being able to compete on the same track, on the same day as the professionals.
‰ÛÏKTM Australia would like to wish all the competitors the best of luck and hope they enjoy the opportunity provided by Williams Event Management and KTM Australia.‰Û