Canberra are having their kick off meeting for the year on 23rd - 24th  February

It was known to all as the Kings and Queens event but has undergone a name change now being ACT Long Track Challenge.

Canberra MCC has made an invitation to Penrith club which I have accepted which makes things a little easier for us to ride in it.

These guys support us where they can so let's get our year off to a two-day start and get a few of us down there to wave the Penrith flag

I will be getting there Friday night and camping Friday - Saturday night (which was a great success last year) for some early season bonding and drinks around the fire etc.

There is prize money on some classes for this event as you will see and they have been able to get someone for the canteen for that weekend.

Like all of our meetings now, it is pre-entry only so best to get them in sooner than later'

Any questions may like to be directed to:

Competitors must pre enter via: or Post.

Entry forms available on the Club’s website

….. or in some cases like who is going etc. to myself. (Roy 0418461189)

Re the Sydney Dirt tTrack series, entry forms will be sent out soon and there will be provision to enter for the 3 rounds upfront for those die hards who know they will want to ride all 3 rounds and get there spots secured on the grid.

One thing not mentioned was that all heats and finals will be 3.5 laps

So far i have had a great response to the new format with one member boasting that with 2 bikes he can get 8 rides!

But, of course, change doesn’t always suit everyone and I have 2 classes which have been combined at present due to previous low numbers being the pre 75 125 and pre 70 class which is now combined and has affected a couple of members. So if there are enough guys/girls out there who wish to ride these classes I need to hear from at least 6 of you from each discipline before I can really change anything.

More good news is that some fall out from the Troy Bayliss classic may come our way with some high profile names asking for our dates with a possibility of coming along!



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Notice Board

 PRE ENTRY UPDATE as of 20.07.2014

The Charity Weekend entries have been rolling in and I must say some classes are full and in 2 cases overfull 

We can no longer take any more entries in the following:

  • Pre 75 Open
  • Over 45s up to Evo.
  • Pre 85 Unlimited

The Evo 250 has one spot left as does the Pre 70

The Pre ‘75 250 has 2 spots left for a total of 24 riders so well done there

The Pre ‘75 25 lapper has 20 riders up until now and the Evo 25 lapper has 15 riders atm.

The Evo 125 class has only 2 entrants so i would suggest that these guys rally some troops or this event will either be deleted or at best thrown in with the Evo 250s class

Supa Seniors has 5 riders which is great but a few more would be special!

Remember there is a Working Bee at the track on Saturday the 2nd so it would be great to see a few faces there to help prepare certain things for the weekend after


 If you’re thinking about entering the Super Seniors event at the Classic Charity Weekend, FULL LOAD MOTORCYCLE TRANSPORT have offered to transport your bike or a loaner bike from Melbourne or Brisbane and in between as well as return on their regular scheduled runs FREE OF CHARGE!

 One bike only and it must be entered in the Super Seniors race.

 Plus each entrant in the Super Seniors event will get a limited edition bottle of Full Load’s Company branded port.

 For more details contact Rob on 0405 838 583


The main event on the City of Penrith Motor Cycle Club’s (CPMCC) race calendar is the annual Classic Charity Weekend. The purpose of the two day event is to raise funds to support a local charity. Day one consists of two 25 lap races, Evolution and Pre 75 bikes, followed by a presentation of awards followed by BBQ and overnight camping along with some good old fashioned entertainment. Day two is a club race day with racing for Dirt Track Solo ‘n’ Sidecars bikes. This popular event draws members from clubs all over the state. As always newcomers, volunteers, spectators and families are welcome both days to join in on the fun of classic motorcycle racing.

If you would like to be be a sponsor of this great event for a great cause, why not download a Sponsorship Form to find out more.



The pre-entry forms for the City of Penrith Motor Cycle Club's Annual Classic Charity Weekend in August are now available on our web site.


The photos for the March 2014 Grassroots Dirt Track Racing - Seniors, Juniors, Sidecars and 50cc Demo events are now in the Photo Gallery.

Many thanks to our resident and ever so friendly photographer Mark Staudinger who spends countless hours taking such great shots then compiling them for our viewing pleasure. Examples of his work and talent are prominently displayed on our Website and Facebook Page. Space limitations permit us only to display Mark's great shots at low resolution .... but Mark will send you high resolution versions of your images at NO COST.

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