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  1. Phillip Haydon Trial

    May 4

Governing Bodies

Motorcycling SA
Motorcycling Australia
  • Rnd 1 Closes:
    in 32 days
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    2019 Rule Book

    2019 Rule Book

    2019 Supp Regs

    2019 Supp Regs

    Environment Plan

    Environment Plan

    Info on

    Licenses

    Information about licenses used in Reliability Trials. …Read more

    Got a Question?

    FAQ

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

    Tips

    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

    Rnd 1. Online Entry

    Online Entry – Round 1. Phillip Haydon Trial – Tarlee

    Entry for round 1 is now Open and closes Midnight (ACDT) Friday 26th April.

    Rally Class is not supported. Enter here>

    2019 Supplementary Regulations

    2019 Series Supplementary Regulations and postal Entry Form are now available here

    2019 Rule Book

    The 2019 Supplementary Rule Book is now available. The rules are applicable to all Reliability Trials conducted in South Australia.

    Minor Rule Changes for the 2019 season, addition of END of timed section signs & minor revisions to existing rules for better interpretation – more information and download

    Before You Ride

    The SART series runs events in a variety of regions which are governed by a variety of local councils, the organizing club or committee hosting in their region has an obligation to look after the land, landowner and council roads. Continue reading Before You Ride