Long Track

Riders Geared Up For 2023 Bathurst Long Track Masters

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Photo Credit: Nic Pics

Some of the country’s best Long Track competitors are set to converge on the Bathurst Showground in the central west of NSW on the Saturday of March 4 to battle it out for the 2023 Group One Site Services Bathurst Long Track Masters.

The Bathurst Long Track Masters is regarded as one of Australia’s best Long Track events and because of this prestigious honour it attracts riders from all around the country. For this year’s event, there are over 250 competitors raring to go, which will also see many of the competitors run in multiple classes.

Apart from riders coming from all over the host state of NSW, there is going to be a large contingent of interstate riders venturing from Victoria, Queensland and the Australian Capital Territory.

The Bathurst Showground is a total of 810 metres in length, and it sees riders in the leading classes, such as the Long Track Sliders and Pro 450cc, reach top speeds of 150km/h, so there is certainly going to be no shortage of action and excitement.

To say that the event’s hosts, the Panorama Motorcycle Club, is excited about the upcoming Bathurst Long Track Masters would be quite the understatement.

“This year’s Bathurst Long Track Masters promises to be one of the biggest events of the year and there is no doubt that the action out on the track is going to be thick and fast,” commented Panorama Motorcycle Club vice president Wade Carter.

“The entire Panorama Motorcycle Club committee has been working very hard over the past 12 months in ensure we are able to host a fabulous Long Track event for both spectators and competitors alike.

“Since the entries for this year’s Bathurst Long Track Masters opened late last year, the fields for each of the classes filled up very quickly, which is a testament to what this event means to the competitors.

“The Bathurst Long Track Masters will be an action-packed event from beginning to end and the rider talent on show is very exciting as there are multiple current and former Australian and state title holders across many of the classes.”

This year’s Bathurst Long Track Masters classes are going to consist of Pro 450s, 250cc 2-strokes, 250cc 4-strokes, Womens Open, Hooligan Twins, Long Track Sliders, Pre 90s Classics MX, Unlimited 2-stroke MX, Long Track Sliders EVO, Over 40s Unlimited, Bathurst Unlimited, Dirt Track Sidecars, Flat Track 19s, Junior 85cc / 150cc (9 to Under 13 years), and Junior 250cc / 125cc (13 to Under 16 years).

With the historic Bathurst Showground being the host for the prestigious Bathurst Long Track Masters, the scene is set for what is hoped to be once again the best Long Track event of the year.

Bathurst Long Track Masters Spectator Entry Prices (Saturday, March 4):
Adults: $35
Students: $20 (Between 10 and 15 years)
Children: FREE (Under 10)
Family: $80 (Two adults and up to four students)

You can get your Bathurst Long Track Masters tickets either at the gate or via online: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/bathurst-long-track-masters-tickets-512776326797

The Bathurst Long Track Masters begins on Saturday, March 4 at 9am and goes through to 9pm, while practice is going to be held on the Friday (March 3) between 3 and 8pm.

The Bathurst Showground is located at Lot 1 Kendall Ave, Bathurst, NSW, 2795.

Photo Credit: Nic Pics

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