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Yes, All machines must be registered and road worthy, they must comply to the Road Traffic Act and A.D.R’s. For competition only there is an exemption for Indicators, Rear Chain Guards and Pillion Passenger Foot Pegs. The exemption can be found in the Government Gazette.

It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure they comply with the current South Australian Road Traffic Act and Regulations and Motor Vehicles Act and Regulations.

Please see the following guide for more information: L and P1 Licence Holder Requirements

Yes, you can now purchase a One Event National Competition Licence to ride the Trial. This can now be done when entering online or through your Ridernet profile.

It is mandatory for all competitors to check in at documentation and machine examination on the Friday 12th July between 3PM and 6PM ACST, the day before the event.

It is also mandatory for riders to check in and attend riders briefing on the Saturday 13th July, morning of the event by 10:15am.

Full details in the 2024 Supp Regs

Where a combination of headlights are fitted (Maximum 2), Halogen or High-Intensity Discharge (HID) is acceptable for either headlight as the illumination. At least one headlight must contain the high beam, and an effective short-range low beam behind the one lens.  Read more on this subject