Welcome to Maitland District Motorcycle Club


Sun, 2 Nov – Rd 5 Point Score catch up

Race calendar for the rest of 2014.
Sun, 26 Oct – Valley to Coast @ Lakes

Sun, 2 Nov – Rd 5 Point Score catch up

Sun, 23 Nov – Rd 6 Point Score catch up
Sat, 29 Nov – Presentation


AGM was held on Sunday, 7 Sept & the new committee were voted in as follows:

President – Neil Smith

Vice President – Bill Bretherton & Corey McCort

Secretary – Nicole Dickson

Treasurer – Kasey Tate

Facilites coordinator – Paul Weissel

Track coordinators – Darryl Dickson, Adam Fenwick, Jason Watson, Lee Whalan

Score Captain – Lisa Fenwick

The positions of canteen coordinator(only involves ordering the stock for the canteen, Sharon, Sonia & Sharon look after running the canteen on race days) Fundraising  coordinator (organise fundraising for the club like raffles, 100 clubs, etc) & marshal coordinator (responsible to organise marshals on race days) are still vacant.

if you are interested in taking on one of these positions please give Nicole a call on 0407202072 or talk to one of the committee on a race day.


Hunter Open Series

The Hunter Open Series awards are ready to hand out. They will be at Cessnock this weekend, if you are planning on going to the practice days this weekend ask Alana for your Overall Hunter Open Series pit board.

Please see the list of awards winners below:

Hunter Open Series Awards – Final


Mini (nipper) class
There has been some confusion regarding which bikes can be used by riders in the Mini class.

Below is a link to the 2014 Manual of Motorcycle Sport which outlines clearly which bikes will be accepted in this class, scroll down to point 15.24.6.

<a href=”http://moms.org.au/motocross-and-supercross/section-15-d-technical-regulations/#section-15-24″>http://moms.org.au/motocross-and-supercross/section-15-d-technical-regulations/#section-15-24


Senior classes and bike size changes
15.5 SENIOR COMPETITON CLASSES: MOTOCROSS AND SUPERCROSS The senior capacity classes for Motocross and Supercross machines:
a) Other than for Junior competitions,
b) Other than Australian Championships, are:
Open (MX1)                              255cc and over (2 or 4 stroke)
Lites (MX2)                                Up to 250cc (2 or 4 stroke)
Under 19 (MXD)                         Up to 250cc (2 or 4 stroke)
(16 to under 19 years)
Unless you have the paperwork to prove the bike has been worked you ride in class as per above.
It is the rider’s responsibility to enter the correct class.