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2020 Rule Book

2020 Rule Book

2020 Supp Regs

2020 Supp Regs

Environment Plan

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Information about licenses used in Reliability Trials. …Read more

Got a Question?


Some of the Frequently Asked Questions we receive are listed here. …Read more


Log Books

A log book will be supplied free to open competitors riding Reliability Trials, the same book must be presented by the competitor at each round of the Series as part of the necessary documents produced. …Read more

Road Trials

What’s the difference?

There has been confusion in recent times about the difference between a ‘Road Trial’ and a ‘Reliability Trial’. Simply put there is no difference! ‘Reliability Trials’ are the same as what was commonly called a Road Trial. …Read more

R U under 18yrs ?

Consent to Ride

If a Parent/Guardian cannot be present on the day to sign in a rider/passenger under the age of 18 years of age, a ‘temporary guardian’ can be appointed by a Parent/Guardian. …Read more

2020 SART Series Update

Due to recent developments regarding COVID-19 and the postponement of all National and State Championship events until the end of May, Round 1. “Phillip Haydon Trial”, and Round 2. Mike Connors Trial” have been cancelled for 2020.

As a result of this the Reliability Trials Series has now also been cancelled, however, at this stage, remaining clubs are still able to run their own events (according to State and Federal Government, MA/MSA guidelines, in place at the time of these events).

2020 Series and COVID-19

The 2020 Reliability Trials Series will still go ahead at this stage. Each hosting club will determine their own event based on current Government, Health, MA, & MSA regulations and recommendations.

Changes to the way events are run will need to be made. Updates will be posted on this website as the need arises.

24hour Trial Naming Rights Sponsor Announced

The 24hour Committee have announced Hardi Australia as the Naming Rights sponsor of the 2020 “Hardi 24 Hour Trial”. To read more on the announcement, visit

2020 Supplementary Regulations

2020 Series Supplementary Regulations are now available here>

2020 Rule Book

The 2020 Supplementary Rule Book is now available. The rules are applicable to all Reliability Trials conducted in South Australia.

No Rule Changes for the 2020 season, only a reference to the SA Government Gazette for machines being exempted from the Fitting of Directional Indicator Lights, Chain Guards and Pillion Passenger Footrest when competing.   more information and download

2020 Event Dates

Event dates for 2020 have just been released for rounds 1 to 6, round 7 date is still to be announced.

Series Results

Series Results are now available after Round 7. Outright, Class & Grade results available here>

Round 7. Final Results

Round 7. Beryl Pearse Trial – Clare September 21st. Final Results now [Available Here]

Round 6. Final Results

Round 6. River Murray Trial – Mannum September 7th. Final Results now [Available Here]