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The South Australian track at Murray Bridge will be making its debut under the ProMX banner in 2024 having last appeared in the MX Nationals.

The 2024 Penrite ProMX Championship presented by AMX Superstores calendar is now set, with Murray Bridge to rumble to the sounds of the nation’s top motocross riders on Sunday, June 23.

Like Horsham in round two, the South Australian track will be making its debut under the ProMX banner in 2024, with its last national championship experience coming in 2019 when Dean Ferris (MX1) and Kyle Webster (MX2) claimed the spoils in the two major classes.

The 1.6km track has always been highly regarded, challenging riders at every juncture, while the precinct provides ample spectator viewing areas and quality amenity.

The event, which will be run by the South Coast Motocross Club, will kickstart the second half of the ProMX Championship with pressure coming from all angles – the perfect setting for some high-tempo racing in Australia’s premier motocross championship.

Murray Bridge will be the second South Australian round on the 2024 ProMX Championship following on from Gillman on May 5.

The Sunday schedule at Murray Bridge will be huge, with practice, qualifying and racing in a jam-packed program. Spectators can also grab autographs from their favourite riders or grab a bargain at Trade Alley between the on-track action.

2024 Penrite ProMX Championship presented by AMX Superstores calendar:

•    Rd1: March 17, Wonthaggi, Vic
•    Rd2: April 7, Horsham, Vic
•    Rd3: May 5, Gillman, SA
•    Rd4: May 26, Maitland, NSW
•    Rd5: June 23, Murray Bridge, SA
•    Rd6: July 21, Toowoomba, Qld
•    Rd7: August 11, MX Farm Queensland, Gympie, Qld
•    Rd8: August 17-18, Queensland Moto Park, Coulson, Qld

A further announcement will be made soon on the class composition at each round of the ProMX Championship. The Thor MX1, Pirelli MX2 and Maxxis MX3 classes will compete at all rounds, Ezillift MXW (Women’s) at four rounds, and the Veterans at one.

In addition, MX85 (World Junior Motocross Championship qualifying) will be a support class at three rounds.

Peter Doyle, CEO, Motorcycling Australia:
“The 2024 ProMX Championship is now locked in, and we’re delighted to see Murray Bridge return to the national motocross scene for the first time since 2019.

“The track always provides exceptional racing, and the South Coast Motocross Club knows how to run events with clockwork precision.

“All the elements are in place for an outstanding round on June 23.”