Our Next: Club Meeting

Jan 27

Monthly General Meeting

January 27, 2022 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Our Next: Non-Competitive Event

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Our Next: Competitive Event

GMCC End of Year Show – 13 November

It is that time of the year! Time to celebrate and wrap up the 2021 season.

Join us on Saturday 13th November from 4:00pm onwards at the GMCC Clubrooms.

Food will be supplied and drinks will be available for purchase at the bar.

Life members, keep an eye out for your special invitation to come along and celebrate with us.

Keep your eyes peeled on the socials and email for updates on the catering and kids entertainment!

Club Award Nominations can be done via the website here

2021 South Australian Trial Championships

We need you! That’s right, we need volunteers to assist!

The event is being held over 2 days on the 11th and 12th of September at Tungkillo.

If you have not been to a Trials event, this will be a great one to check out. There are junior and senior riders, solos and sidecars, modern and historic bikes, all in the one event!

Call Chris Schultz on 0435 446 891 to get on board the volunteer list!

The time schedule looks like the below:

Saturday: 9:00am – 4:00pm (so all helpers to be there by 8:30am for the observer school and briefing)

Sunday: 8:30am – 3:30pm (so all helpers to be there by 8:00am for the observer school and briefing)

You don’t need to do both days. Just half a day will help. Give Chris a call!

The 2021 Max Graetz Trial

This years Max Graetz Trail will be run on the 25th July at Tungkillo

Entries are now open via your Ridernet Profile
For more details give Chris Schultz a ring 0435446891

2021 SA Trial Championship

Gawler Mcc will this year be hosting the SA Trial Championships at Tungkillo on the 11th & 12th September

For more details give Chris Schultz a ring 0435446891


Ride Day – 18th July

Ride Day
SUNDAY July 18th
JDP, North Terrace Wingfield.
Seniors $30
Juniors $20
Eftpos Only, BYO pen to sign in on the day.
The event will be run under a Ride Parks Australia permit, so no licences required.
Gates open 8am, bikes on track from 9am.
Working Bee Saturday 17th July, from 12pm (note the change in time, slightly better weather predicted in the afternoon)
Main jobs are cutting grass and weeds, fix a water pipe and a general tidy up.

SART Round 1 – Riders Information

Please see below relevant information for the 2021 Philip Haydon Reliability Trial.

2021 SART Rnd1 competitor list V2

2021 SART Rnd 1 Riders information

2021-Self Scrutineering form

Due to COVID-19, all riders will be required to complete a SELF-SCRUTINEERING FORM which must be filled in and brought to sign on. By signing this form, you are declaring your bike as complying with the Supplementary Regulations, MoMs and Road Traffic Authority. Random machine examination may take place at any time at the discretion of the Chief Scrutineer.


2021 Philip Haydon Reliability Trial

The 2021 Philip Haydon Reliability Trial is nearly here and after an ordinary season last year, you won’t want to miss the action this year!

There are 8 sections in the 2021 event and there are already 120+ competitors entered. If you are waiting to get your entry in, don’t delay. Entries close at midnight tonight! The final section of the event will be run around the Rodeo Grounds and finishing under lights in the actual rodeo arena.

HOT FOOD, DRINKS and a BAR will be available at the main control with ALL proceeds going to the local fundraising groups.

There will be 3 areas for spectators to take in all the action over the course of the event. Two of the spectator areas are out on the course, with the third being at the end of each lap around the Rodeo Grounds. These designated spectator areas allow for easy and safe access for both the public, crews and competitors and allow plenty of time to follow your riders progress safely.

The first spectator area will see riders take on a tight scrub section with a few log jumps for the brave. The second will see riders emerging from another tight scrub with a fast run down the hill and launching out of a creek and back into the scrub before they end the section and enter the refuelling area.

For the safety of the riders and to minimise disturbance of the local residents, spectators are asked to only go to these areas. Details will be in the event programme which will be available at main control.

The event is run under a Covid Safe Plan and we ask all attendees at the event to follow the appropriate guidelines.

SA Reliability Trial – Marrabel 1st May

As most would know, all our events are organised and run by volunteers. These people are the life blood of our sport.

This year is no different, if anybody is able to help fill the positions below it would be greatly appreciated.

  • Control keepers
  • Paddock Marshal
  • Scoring assistant
  • Event Pack up
  • Drag beaming the track (After the event)

If you are able to assist, contact Colin on 0414 904 299.