Korumburra Hosting Come & Try Day On 5th November

Participants of Korumburra MC. KMCC is a good family-friendly club and will host a Come & Try Day on 5th November.

KORUMBURRA Motorcycle Club will host a Come & Try Day to welcome newcomers to try out motorcycle sport on Sunday 5th Nov 2017.

KMCC committee member Graeme Boston says the club is a fantastic family-orientated club. “It’s all about getting out there and helping everyone enjoy themselves, from the really little ones that have just begun right through to the teenagers and even some parents. It’s just a good down to earth family-friendly club,” Graeme said.

Come & Try Days are an excellent opportunity for our club to attract new riders and increase the club’s membership-base. It’s a fantastic chance to attend a day at a club and to get familiar with your bike in your chosen discipline of motorcycle sport. KMCC is well equipped to host these days with several accredited officials, level 2 first aiders, and club coaches. The club will also provide a paramedic who will be in attendance for the entire day.

Graeme says the day will consist of rides that will be split up into groups regarding the level of age and skill.

“We’ll try to give them as much introduction to the sport as we possibly can. We’ll have a lunch break with a sausage sizzle (canteen open all day). During lunch, we’ll get our more-experienced riders to put on a display to show them what motocross racing is all about. Then we’ll give them a few more sessions after lunch, “It’s a really good day to be a part of,” Graeme said.

Come & Try Days also provide the opportunity for newcomers, who have never had a Motorcycling Australia licence before, to receive a free three month recreational licence.

Graeme would like to thank the club’s major sponsor Wonthaggi Motorcycles and all the club’s members and volunteers that help make the club run. “That’s what it’s all about; a club with fantastic members,” Graeme added.

Korumburra Motorcycle Club is located at 966 Outtrim-Leongatha Road Outtrim and sign-in starts at 8.30am with a riders briefing at 9.30am and riding to commence at 10am. To find out more visit:

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