Motorcycling Western Australia
ORCWA is proud to be
affiliated with MWA. MWA is the recognised state controlling body for all motorcycle sport in Western Australia. Click HERE for more details
Recreational Trailbike Riders Association of WA (RTRA). Formed to represent your interests as a responsible recreational trail bike rider. Click HERE to find out more and become a member now!
Want to know what Junior Off Road Riding is all about? Click HERE
July 23 - Non Stop Cross Country
Event registration is opening soon for the Toodyay Non Stop Cross Country. Click HERE for details
Club Round 3 & State Round 2 Results
The club round 2 & state round1 results are now available on our results page. Click HERE for details
2022 Club Membership Registration
Club memberships are now available. Visit our Membership PAGE for more details.
2022 Club Championship Series Calendar
Check out our Calendar Page HERE to see what events we'll be running in 2022.
2022 Class Championship Guidelines HERE
Club Round 1
Westdale Enduro Sprint
We were blessed with amazing weather for our Offroad Skills & Kickstart Coaching event recently. The day started around the registration tent with eager faces ready to progress to the next phase of their riding experience.
Our fantastic coaching team took all the riders through their skills of cornering, starts & stops, clutch & throttle control, rocks, logs..... you name it, we threw it at them. I think all riders came out at the end of the day feeling like they had some valuable skills passed onto them.
We finished up with every one back at presentations for kickstart logbook signing and spot prizes.
We would like to thanks the amazing coaches and demo riders for their efforts throughout the day. Thanks also to the sweep riders who participated in the sweep rider training course.
Now to the first competitive event for 2022. Registrations are now open HERE
We're back at the awesome Westdale property for an Enduro Sprint. For those who aren't aware, this Enduro Sprint will be including two special tests where the riders will start in the first special test on their own time (usually 15-30 seconds apart). Once complete, they will need to ride an untimed trail to get to the second special test where they will also start on individual times. Then it's back to the pits for a feed, drink and bike maintenance if required. We aim to do that 4 times throughout the day but some classes may need to do less to manage rider fatigue.
Importantly, before the first riding event, please ensure that you've checked your bike over thoroughly. We often find at the first event that chains and wheel bearings need a little TLC before the bike can be deemed safe to ride by our scrutineers.
For our first time riders, it's really important to make sure you have all you correct gear. Boots, riding pants & top, gloves and goggles need to be checked that they are still in good condition from when you packed them away last. Body amour is a must along with a hydration pack. Riders can be out on the course for some time so you want to make sure you have a good supply of water with you. Make sure you have a spare spark plug (or two) and a plug spanner. It's not fun waiting for your bike to be towed back when the problem could have been sorted in a few minutes out on the trail.
As usual, if you have any queries, please don't hesitate contact any of our committee on the CONTACTS page or the event co-ordinator listed on the event information download.
We look forward to catching up with you soon!