Renee revved-up for GOTD this Sunday

Renee McAvoy in action at a GOTD at Broadford in 2016 (Image Credit: SCE Photography).

Renee McAvoy will be revved-up to the max for MV’s first Girls On Track Day for 2017 this Sunday, January 29.

RENEE McAvoy will be revved-up to the max for Motorcycling Victoria’s first Girls On Track Day for 2017 this Sunday, January 29 at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex at Broadford.

The extremely-popular GOTDs is geared towards supporting females and their journeys through motorcycle sport. Renee says that taking part in GOTDs have helped made her a better rider: “I have been able to improve on skills such as cornering, line selection, braking and body positioning,” Renee said.

Girls On Track Days are a fantastic day full of learning and riding whilst making great friends at the track. All compliant road bikes are welcome to take part during GOTDs, including scooters, cruisers and sport bikes.

Renee said GOTDs were a great way to learn new skills and meet great like-minded people at a fantastic Road Race Circuit at Broadford. “I really hope to learn and refine my skills to an advanced-level,” Renee added.

There will be four rebranded Girls On Track Days Proudly Supported by Shannons at the State Motorcycling Sports Complex at Broadford this year. They are:

Saturday, January 29
Sunday, March 19
Saturday, June 3
Sunday, October 1

Renee highly-recommend girls who have ever thought about taking part in motorcycle sport to give Girls On Track Days a go.

“I would really like to thank Jayson Laureta, who is the owner and founder of JMS Tuning for providing me a track bike, and Peta Thomas, the organiser of the GOTD, for all her support and encouragement,” Renee added.

You can register for the Girls On Track Days for 2017 via this Online Entry Form.

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