Old motorcycles were never designed to sit in the corner of a garage or shed gathering cobwebs and rust. Today, many have been restored to their former glory and are actively competing in Classic Motocross racing. If you’ve got an old bike you’ll certainly find a class to suit riders of most ages and machines of almost any vintage in Motocross.


As of January 01 2017, the ban on the use of tear-offs in all Australian off-road competition has been in full effect. However, Motorcycling Australia (MA) wishes to announce that

Motorcycling Australia (MA) acknowledges the passing of motorcycle sport champion Ray Owen, last week. Owen was known as a fierce competitor on two wheels (and four) across multipl

Rosco Holden of 'Holden On Tight' is pleased to announce the Australian Veteran Motocross des Nation (VMXdN) Team of 2017, ahead of the iconic race held at the United Kingdom's Far

MA's Classic Motocross Commission

Read about the people working behind the scenes on MA's Classic Motocross & Classic Dirt Track Commission to help develop the disciplines in Australia.

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MOTORCYCLING AUSTRALIA MUSUEM

Check out Motorcycling Australia's Virtual Museum, dedicated to the bikes that have contributed to the rich heritage of Australian motorcycle sport.

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2010 HBBB Poll

Which Classic Motocross rider impressed you the most at the 2010 Honda Broadford Bike Bonanza?