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MA are holding a fundraiser for the 2024 Motocross of Nations. Win a training day with Stephen Gall, Jeff Leisk, Craig Dack and Glen Bell!

It’s the stuff of dreams: a motocross training day with Australian jumps legends Stephen Gall, Jeff Leisk, Craig Dack and Glenn Bell, with complementary wise counsel from current ProMX Championship factory racers Dean Ferris, Kyle Webster, Jed Beaton and Todd Waters. It’s all part of a fundraiser for the 2024 Motocross of Nations.

And when the on-track action is over, a Q&A to talk all things Motocross of Nations (MXoN) past, present and future.

That’s all going to be reality on Saturday, August 3 when a MXoN fundraiser is held at Queensland Moto Park (QMP), with all monies generated from the training day going directly into the 2024 MXstore-supported Team Australia MXoN assault.

This year’s MXoN will be held at Matterley Basin in England on October 5-6.

Full details of the MXoN training day are as follows:

•    When: Saturday, August 3
•    Where: Queensland Moto Park, 110 Goan Rd, Coulson
•    What: learning the best motocross riding techniques from motocross legends and Australian Motorsport ’Hall of Famers’ Leisk, Dack, Gall and Bell, assisted by Ferris, Webster, Beaton and Waters.
•    How many spots for the training day? 100
•    Who can enter? Riders have to be at least 16 years old, on machines 125cc and up. Groups will be broken up based on ability to ensure a more tailored experience.
•    Do I need a licence? Motorcycling Australia one-day licenses are available for those who don’t have competition licences.
•    Also: Australia’s most experienced race mechanic and suspension technician, Gary Benn, will be imparting his knowledge on the rider groups.
•    What else? After the training finishes at 6:00pm, there will be a ‘meet and greet’ under a big marquee, starting with the current ProMX stars and then moving onto the legends.
•    There will also be an auction of MXoN memorabilia and an all-expenses paid two-day trip to the Great Barrier Reef’s Lady Elliot Island.
•    Can I camp at QMP? Yes you can, for free on both the Friday and Saturday nights.
•    Can’t ride or don’t have a bike? No worries! Spectators are welcome to pay the entry fee and observe the elite coaching sessions firsthand.
•    What else? Every participant will receive a free Australian MXoN cap and t-shirt.
•    How much to enter? $349 per person.
•    How do I enter? Click HERE to enter on RiderNet.

Register now before you miss out on his extraordinary opportunity!

Gall holds a special place in Australian MXoN history, combining with David Armstrong, Trevor Williams and Vaughan Style for the first ever tilt at the prestigious event when it was held in Sweden in 1984.

Four years later, in France, Leisk, Dack and Bell finished in fourth, which was Australia’s best result in the MXoN until third places in 2011 (Chad Reed, Brett Metcalfe and Matt Moss) and 2022 (Jett Lawrence, Hunter Lawrence and Mitchell Evans) – both usurped by a brilliant second place in 2023 (the Lawrence brothers and Ferris).