What is a medical suspension?
A medical suspension is applied to the licence of any rider who has been injured whilst competing in a Motorcycling Queensland permitted event that results in them directly (i.e. in an Ambulance from the track) or indirectly (i.e. by private car as known by the Event Steward, Clark of Course or Secretary, even post event) attending hospital for injury treatment requires a Medical Clearance from a State Registered Medical Practitioner. Furthermore the Event Steward via their report reserves the right to request a Medical Clearance on any rider they deem necessary after an incident, even if the rider doesn’t go directly to hospital on the day (i.e: refusal).
How do I know if I have a medical suspension?
If you have had a medical suspension placed against your licence you will have been sent an email to your nominated emails address on the Ridernet system informing you of this suspension.
Alternatively you can log into Ridernet head to the ‘My licence’ tab and look under the ‘Suspension’ heading to see if you currently have any active suspensions.
How do I get a medical suspension lifted?
Getting a suspension lifted if easy!
What is a disciplinary suspension?
Suspension that has been imposed due to a behavioural nuisance at an event and/or subsequent non-payment of fine.
How do I know if I have a disciplinary suspension?
If you have reason to suspect you may be under a disciplinary suspension, you can log into Ridernet head to the ‘My licence’ tab and look under the ‘Suspension’ heading to see if you currently have any active suspensions.
How do I get a disciplinary suspension lifted?
If you have a disciplinary suspension against your licence please contact us for more information.