Open to Pre90 Dirt track / MX bikes, Minibikes, Posties, Road bikes, Sleds, Scramblers.
Only 100 places, pay on the day card and cash, or secure your place in advance by Paypal to [email protected]
$100 for the day (includes Licence & Levy $45)
$70 if you have a current MNSW Licence.
Over 60’s $45 for the day (Licence & Levy)
SATURDAY 4pm Onwards Camping onsite
SUNDAY 7:30-9am Sign on 9:30am Call to Prayer 10-12:30pm Slide 12:30-1:30pm Lunch 1:30-4pm Slide
SUNDAYSLIDE is good for YOU
Riding old dirt bikes is good for you, but with less than 30cm of travel, or more than 30 years on the clock modern mx tracks are a challenge. Vintage bikes and vintage people are more suited to the finer surfaces in life. Nepean Raceway has been treating riders to groomed grit since 1959. Sydney’s oldest surviving dirt track only requires a few cm of travel. Not to say its easy, but within minutes of riding you’ll find the groove.
Honour our Legends and nurture the Newbies, where Hipsters roam freely amongst Hip-replacements and learn the ways of the course. Those 70’s leathers looks better with age and over 60’s ride for free*. Bring back Chookies vs Sliders, call the young amongst us or in us, brave enough to ride the Hagon horse.
SundaySlide guaranteed to improve your relationship. “Yes Dear,” you’ll say, knowing April 14th is on its way. Go faster by losing weight, (3kg dropped = 1hp gained!). The statistics speak for themselves!
Get up, get off the couch and ‘chase ya mate’. Dirt Track is good for you.
*(excluding MNSW fees).
What bike can I ride?
Pre90 MX bikes and sliders, minibikes and posties, road bikes and scramblers.
Where is it?
Nepean raceway, 112 Rickards Road, Castlereagh NSW.
What is the track like?
The track is a dead flat 800m loop with a dogleg left right left. The surface is a packed sand / grit mix, we water the track regularly to keep it slightly moist.
What tyres can I ride with?
Dirt Trackers, front MX, rear trials.
Mini bikes and Posties, front & rear MX
Road bike Scramblers, front rear adventure tyres.
Does my bike need to be registered
No, but it must be in good running order, you do not need lights.
Can riders share bikes?
Yes certainly but each rider must sign on and get a band to show they are covered by the MNSW rules.
What do I wear?
Fully covered body, Helmet, Boots and back brace.
What time does it start?
Saturday camping from 4pm, Sunday gates open 8am, riding from 10am
When does it finish?
Riding stops at 4pm Gates close at 6pm
What age do I have to be?
Is there food there?
Yes, Burgers coffee and a bit more.
Can I just watch?
Yes, its free to enter.
Where is the nearest fuel servo?
5 minutes away. 1141 Castlereagh road NSW 2749
CAN I RIDE MORE THAN ONE BIKE?
Yes, you can ride more than one bike, but both must be checked.
Are MA and MNSW involved?
Yes, it is licensed by MNSW, so we follow their rules.
DO I NEED AMBULANCE COVER?
No, it is not a compulsory for a rec’ event, but recommended if you want to start racing.
WHAT CAMPING FACILITIES WILL THERE BE?
The camping area has toilets and showers.
IS THERE MOBILE COVERAGE?
Yes, every service provider is covered.
DO I NEED TO BE PRESENT AT SUNDAY’S REGISTRATION AND RIDERS’ BRIEFING?
Yes, attendance at registration and riders’ briefing is compulsory for every rider.