Your chance to be part of the inaugural Australian 3-Day Vintage Enduro (A3VE) ends this Friday (10 May), with entries for the first-ever Australian standalone multi-day competitive Vintage Enduro closing at the end of the week.
Ninety entries have already been received, and with only days to go until entries close this event will be a sure-fire success right from the very first year.
Following the success of the Vintage Enduro class at the 2016 FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE), and the 2018 Australian Four-Day Enduro (A4DE), the Australian-first event will take riders deep through the picturesque Wombat State Forest in Victoria, in an event specifically designed for older bikes.
There are four competitive classes catering for bikes from pre-1976 to pre-1988, with under 45 and over 45 divisions available. Riders and their machines will be tested over four individual loops, navigating two separate laps on Day 1, three on Day 2, and closing off the event with two separate laps and a final Motocross test on Day 3.
For those seeking to partake on a non-competitive basis, a Rally class is also available where no timed special tests will be included.
Riders who’d like to be involved in this historic event are urged to get their entries in now!
The 2019 Australian Three-Day Vintage Enduro (A3VE) runs at the Wombat State Forest, Blackwood, Victoria from May 23-26. Entries close this Friday (10 May).
The provisional entry list for the 2019 A3VE is available here.
More information, including supplementary regulations and entries can be found at the Vintage Enduro Riders inc (VERi) website.