Kilcoy Motorcycle Club is situated on the corner of Neurum Road and Runges Road Glenfern/Kilcoy.
Kilcoy MX appreciates the generous assistance of Somerset Regional Council in providing a Community Assistance Grant to spread approximately 350 tonnes of sand into the track.
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Kilcoy Motorcycle Club hosts many club competition days every year along with rounds of Sunshine State Series, South East Queensland Junior Series and is home to the annual Ironman Competition.
Kilcoy has great facilities including; a full canteen and licensed bar, said to be one of the best around Australia, numerous clean and tidy hot showers and toilets and fantastic grand stands for spectator viewing.
Our club encourages family involvement in a fun environment while following strict Motorcycling Australia guidelines for safety.
Our practice and race days are fully supervised by trained officials and medical personnel, for you to ride in a safe and controlled environment.
Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, we
will be closed until further notice.
We will notify everyone via our
Facebook page and our website
when we can confirm a date to
Let's hope it will be soon!!
Keep safe Motofans!!👊🏁
WHO'S KEEN TO RACE??!! 👊👊🏁
All Divi 1 parents: If you would like to go out on the track with your rider, please bring a hivis vest as the club only has a small number and they may already be in use on the day.
Transponders: Due to the large number of competitors for the day, nearly all of the club transponders have been hired out, so there won't be many left to hire. Make sure to charge your transponders today on a wall socket as they don't like to be charged in the car. When they are on charge, the light sequence should be blue, green then a slow flashing red (as in the photo). If the middle light is red, this means the subscription has expired on your transponder. To renew your subscription, you will need to plug the transponder in to a computer to update it.
*50cc DEMONSTRATION CLASS*
To recognize this class as a non-competitive class designed to encourage and promote participation, safety and skill acquisition, MQ have requested that all clubs abide by the rules for the running of this class. As such, moving forward, this class will no longer start by gate drop but will start in front of the gates with riders leaving one at a time. A reminder that kids can move to the 50cc auto class from age 7 which is a competitive race class.