ABOUT THE 24 HOUR TRIAL
Australia’s ultimate reliability test. The HARDI 24 Hour Trial is a motorcycle reliability trial run since 1924.
The event is held annually on the second weekend of July with the starting venue alternated each year between Eudunda and Kapunda in South Australia.
THE HARDI 24 HOUR TRIAL CENTENARY 1924-2024
FRIDAY 12th - SUNDAY 14th JULY 2024
KAPUNDA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The course is quite hard on both bike and rider, and there is usually an attrition rate of at least 50%. The trial could not be run without massive support from many clubs, organisations and individuals.
As well as the rugged men & women who ride the event, this has been and always will be as much a fun weekend for the spectators, as they watch their favourites from some of the best, most beautiful scenery in South Australia. We do ask spectators and all who attend to respect the land owners property, and to take your rubbish away with you please, to not camp on private property without permission and also to drive or ride carefully on the roads and NOT in any properties. THANK YOU!
See the articles linked below for two-time Isle of Man TT race winner Cameron Donald’s 2 stroke class win in 2018, and Motorcycle Trader Editor Chris Harris’ attempt in 2019.
Courtesy of Motorcycle Trader Magazine (RIP)