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Get set for Roma Motocross Club Day

OFF AND RACING: Easter MotoX racing at the Roma track.
OFF AND RACING: Easter MotoX racing at the Roma track. Katrina Ayers

GET trackside this Sunday for the Roma District Motorcycle Club's first club day of the year.

There will be plenty of racing action all day long, kicking off from 8.30am.

Club president Tash Swan said the original first club day had to be postponed due to bad track conditions.

"The first planned club day was rained out and the track wasn't completed,” she said.

"Everyone who is licensed is welcome to come out and ride and make the most of the day.”

Swan said anyone wanting to ride should get to the track at 7.30am for scrutineering with the riders briefing starting at 8pm.

"Anyone wanting to come out and watch is welcome to come any time during the day,” she said.

"There will also be a canteen operating all day.”

If anyone wants to stay the night before there will be camping and hot showers available on Saturday.

Swan said they were looking forward to seeing everyone turn out for the day.

"I'd also like to say a special thanks to our sponsors for this club day - Knight Smash Repair,” she said.

"If anyone is wanting to get involved with motocross, the club holds regular practice days and you can find out more by messaging the club.”

The club day will start from 6am this Sunday at the Ironbark track.

For further information contact Tash Swan on 0427538362.


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