Nora MX tempts new quad bike riders

Filed under: Quad Bikes News — Mat on July 21, 2010

Nora MX (National Off-Road Racing Association), a quad bike club based in Oxford, is putting out the call for riders to come and experience the thrill of all-terrain vehicle racing.

With the hope of attracting new riders who are curious about the sport or those with some experience who think they have what it takes, Nora MX is offering a ‘try out special’ for £35. This heavily discounted entrance fee includes free transponder hire, a free day membership to the club itself and a free day membership to the ACU – the Automated Cycle Union, which is the body that sets the rules and governs motorcycle races across the United Kingdom.

The race day will included several engine classes for all riders aged between 6 and 60, including 50cc, 100cc and 250cc quad bikes.

All a riders need to bring are their quad bikes, which much be fitted with a kill switch and Nerf bars, and according to Nora MX, the only other conditions are that you are prepared to have some fun and have not ridden with them before.

The next event will be held at Badbury, near Daventry, Northamptonshire on 25th of July. It is the last event before the summer break, so those interested in racing should register their interest straight away. You can do this by visiting the Nora MX website. If you wish to take part but don’t ride an all-terrain vehicle, you may still be able to do so; Nora MX is on the lookout for marshals to help organise the event and are willing to pay £50 for their help.

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