Quality racing returns to Albury-Wodonga Motorcycle Club with the opening round of its track series at Diamond Park on Saturday.
This is the seventh year the series has run and the club is expecting a large contingent of riders from near and far to contest the event.
"We have multiple national and state champions riding at the event, along with our newest members to the series, the Harley Hooligans, who proved to be a popular addition at last year's final round," AWMCC vice-president Josh Antone said.
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"The three-round series has become a must-do event on the dirt track calendar as the meeting grows in popularity with both the riders and the crowds that watch.
"We have made some changes to the format of racing this year in the main classes where we will get to see up to 15 riders on a multi-grid start gate, which is bound to be a spectacle."
Racing ranges from the 4-7 non-competition 50cc to the 1200cc Harley Hooligans.
The three-round series has become a must-do event...Josh Antone
A total of $10,000 in prize money will be shared across the three rounds in the pro 450, pro 250 and pro open classes.
Racing starts at 4pm. Entry is $20 for adults, $15 for pensioners, $5 for children 12 to 16 and $40 for families, with kids under 12 free.
Round two is February 29, with the finale on March 21.