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Sherco rider Jonte Reynders is ready for action this weekend for the start of the 2024 AORC where he is keen to finally get the Outright.

The excitement is palpable as the 2024 Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) season kicks off this weekend in Roma, Queensland. Sherco Australia proudly announces the return of the Motul Pirelli Sherco Race Team, led by the explosive talent of incumbent rider Jonte Reynders #714, who is set to embark on his sixth season with the team.

Reynders will continue competing aboard the Sherco 300SEF Factory four-stroke in the E2 class, showcasing the all-new engine featured in the 2024 platform. Building upon a stellar second half of the 2023 season, Reynders has dedicated his pre-season to refining the latest generation package, coming away with a newfound confidence in his riding form and the advancements made to his machine.

Reflecting on the developments, Reynders expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “I honestly couldn’t be happier with how the 2024 Sherco 300 SEF Factory is performing. We’ve fine-tuned a few aspects during the off-season, incorporating the new engine and refining our chassis and suspension set-up to optimise performance. I am confident we’re in a prime position to build upon our successes last year and contend for the E2 championship.”

The team’s preparations have been meticulous, culminating in a successful shake-down test last weekend that reaffirmed Reynders’ belief in the exceptional capabilities of the new bike. As anticipation builds for the season opener in Roma, Reynders eagerly anticipates the challenge of competing against Australia’s finest riders, poised for another year of fierce competition.

The 2024 AORC season commences with sprint format races in Roma, Queensland, followed by rounds three and four at Mount Misery in Victoria. Spectators can expect adrenaline-fueled action as the nation’s top riders vie for supremacy.

For further details on the 2024 AORC schedule and events, please visit AORC’s official website,