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Mini-Khana - This Saturday March 11th 2017 at Coolup

  • 7 March 2017
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Mini-Khana - This Saturday March 11th 2017 at Coolup
Minikhana is an exciting event for junior riders and we now have the opportunity to hold a Minikhana at a venue in Coolup.
Race experience isn't necessary as it is an exciting carnival style event. Riders put themselves against each other to be the most skilled in gymkhana style games which include start and park, ring return, clover, bending, mini cross, looping and slow races. 
This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with throughout the year.
Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.

ABOUT MINIKHANA 
In short MiniKhana will suit riders from 4 to under 14 years riding a maximum sized 85 cc 2 stroke or 150 cc 4 stroke. More information about Minikhana is under the "For Kids tab on our Website. http://www.motorcyclingwa.org.au/kids
This event will be open to all licence holders including Mini, Recreation, Junior Club and Junior National and costs $15 to enter. In addition, for newcomers to the sport a free "Come and Try" licence will be available. For those riders who have previously held a licence, one event recreation licences will be available for $20. The classes for the event will be finalised once entries are received. 
Online entries are now open and can be found at https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=20843. Entries will be taken on the day with a small extra cost of $5. We would encourage online entries, not just to save some money, but to allow us to best cater for the event in advance.
Full information is on the Motorcycling Western Australia website, along with action packed videos showing the games of Minikhana. 
And did you know? 
Participating in a Minikhana also counts as 5 log book hours towards renewing your competition licence.
 


Entry Information:

Mini-Khana - Coolup-Saturday 11th March 2017 
Location-Heron Point Road (west of Forrest Highway approx 15 km south of Pinjarra Road)
Fees:
The cost to enter the event is $30 person for any rider that holds a Motorcycling Australia Junior National, Junior Club or Mini/Rec licence. 
If the rider has never held any of the above licenses including the free come and try licence, they will be eligible for a FREE One day "come and try" Licence.
If the rider has held any of the above licences but does not have a current licence, they will need to purchase a One day Licence at the additional cost of $20.
The MAXIMUM sized bike you can use for Minikhana is a 85cc 2stroke or 150cc 4stroke. This is because the arenas used are too small for bigger bikes.
Gear:
All participants are to have the following riding gear as a minimum requirement:
Helmet (Australian or International Standards Approved)
Boots
Body Armoür
Goggles
Gloves
Long Sleeve Shirt or Jersey
Long pants that are non-combustible or Riding Nylons 
Recommendations:
What to bring: Water, lunch, fruit and snacks, chairs/picnic rugs, sunscreen, hat, and positive attitudes.

Important Times for the Day of the Minikhana:

8:00am Registration and Scrutineering Opens. 
9:15am Registration and Scrutineering Closes
9:45am Riders Briefing.
10:00am Start. 
Minikhana is a family participation sport. For Minikhana to be successful it is important for parents to understand that they will have an active role throughout the event.
 

Here is the link to register for next weeks Minikhana event on Saturday March 11th in Coolup.
Address and event details are available upon registration.
Any questions contact Mark at development@motorcyclingwa.org.au
https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=20843



Minikhana dates for 2017 are:

March 11th     Coolup/Practice
April 23rd       York Motorcycle Festival/Special Stage
May 27th      Practice/Coolup
June 24th      Round1 Pinjar
July 22nd     Round2 Gidgegannup
August 19th      Round3/Pinjar
September 16th      Round4/Gidgegannup
October 21st         Round5/Coolup

This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with through ought the year.

Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.

This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with through ought the year.

Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.

This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with through ought the year.

Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.

This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with through ought the year.

Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.

This year’s Minikhana will be run as a Championship with the hopes of building it from a once off event for kids, to be something they become involved with through ought the year.

Along with the competition there will be 2 Yamaha bikes and a quad for those who are keen to try but have not yet committed to buying a motorcycle.
Every event will have accredited Coaches to help those who are not yet confident in competing and will help develop their riding skills.
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