Murray Valley Training Co will be giving keen motorcycle riders an introduction to the race circuit this weekend.
MVTC founder Chas Hern will hold his first come and try day at the Barnawartha Logic Centre track on Sunday, in what is hoped to get more people involved in the sport in a safe environment.
"We're here to offer the right mentoring and coaching so people can come and enjoy riding motorcycles safely," Hern said.
"People who may have thought about it but thought it might be too dangerous now have a place where they can learn how to operate a motorcycle safely with coaching, the right gear and bike.
"We'll walk them through it from the basics."
Hire bikes will be available for the sessions, with riders over the age of seven set to take part.
Hern has raced in Australia and overseas, spending time in Asia and Europe.
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Since returning to form the MVTC, he's mentored the likes of AFLW star Iilish Ross.
"After semi-retiring from racing I decided to use my knowledge as a racer, mechanic and team owner to help guide beginner riders and racers," he said.
"In 2012 I introduced Table Top local Iilish Ross to road racing and she finished runner-up in her first attempt at an Australian Championship on one of my bikes."
The come and try day has received plenty of interest, with the event reaching its capacity.
Hern hopes to hold more sessions this year.
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