YM2022

6th & 7th August 2022

Entries Open 6pm, 1st July 2022 through RiderNet

 

INSTRUCTIONS for how to enter:

1. Login to RiderNet

2. Join either Condo Auto Sports Club or Tottenham Motorcycle Club

3. Enter event name

4. State controlling body (Motorcycling NSW)

*** DO NOT SELECT ANYTHING FOR Discipline ***

5. Scroll down to 6th August and click on Yellow Mountain

 

The YELLOW MOUNTAIN CROSS COUNTRY is a TWO day event consisting of approximately 240kms each day. It is run the first weekend of August each year. In 2022 it will be held on the 6th and 7th August.

Racing between the townships of Condobolin and Tottenham in western NSW, it is run as an Interclub between the two MNSW Motorcycle clubs of Tottenham and Condobolin. 

The track is marked by arrows and the terrain consists of open red soil plains to snotty mallee trails to rocky hills. Two fuel stops are provided. Your fuel containers will be transported to the two fuel stops but you have to arrange for your 3rd fuel container and swag to be transported to Tottenham. If there is a problem see Clerk of Course. Camping facilities are available at Condobolin & Tottenham, showers, firewood supplied, and canteen. Canteen will run with hot food, drinks will also be available. Breakfast is available from 6.00am Saturday and Sunday. A meal will be served on Friday and Saturday evenings at the Tottenham Race Course (Friday) and Mt Tilga Motorcycle Club (Saturday).

As the event is run on private properties, unregistered bikes that comply with MNSW GCCR's are eligible to race.

Each year the race starts and finishes alternately at either Tottenham or Condo. 2022 race starts and finishes at Tottenham. 

Entries are limited to 250.

Provision is made for riders of average to skilled levels when marking out the track, but riders need to be of reasonable fitness to complete the race.

A friendly and cordial atmosphere is created by both clubs and riders are made welcome with the emphasis on safety, fun and the satisfaction of completing the journey both ways and finishing the race.