LETS GET OUR AUSSIES TO THE
ASSEN, NL: 28th – 29th September, 2019
WHY DO WE NEED
TO RAISE MONEY
The cost to participate in the MXON is significant and funding is tight. To ensure that we can continue to enter a competitive team some fund raising has been established by Mark Luksich and Motorcycling Australia, who has been involved with the event for many years. The fund raising includes two very special rider training clinics along with some auctions and other activities. All funds go to the team expenses and allow Team Oz compete against the best in the world. Lets get behind the effort and help make sure that we send the best team to the USA this year to try to get a great result for the green and gold!!!
HOW CAN YOU HELP RAISE MONEY?
All profits raised by our Events & Competition are 100% allocated to the Australian MXoN Team. The funds are managed by Motorcycling Australia and go towards travel, accomodation, freight and all the costs of getting to the event. Let’s get our boys to the MXoN!
Picture this. You’re in the Netherlands, in the city of Assen, wandering around the canals. It’s Summer. You’re not at work. Instead, you’re about to make your way to the 2019 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (MXoN). The small city of Assen comes alive around you as you head to the circuit, with the noise of big thumping singles and the smell of race fuel filling the air…
For your chance to make fantasy a reality, Motorcycling Australia (MA) is giving one lucky winner and their plus one a money-can’t-buy experience to head over to the Netherlands and watch Team Australia execute their campaign to make it onto the MXoN podium! Running from 28-29 September 2019 at the TT Circuit Assen, the MXoN is an unmissable Motocross event that crowns the world’s greatest riders and teams as they go head to head in Holland’s trademark deep sand.
To support the beloved Green and Gold Team MA have introduced a fundraiser with a strictly limited 100 ticket release. Proceeds from all ticket purchases will go toward covering team expenses and ensuring all selected riders receive the opportunity to represent Australia against the world’s best.
Australia first entered the MXoN in 1984 where riders Stephen Gall, Trevor Williams, David Armstrong and Vaughan Style shot off to Sweden to give it a crack with very little experience and budget. Since then Australia has always fielded a team with the likes of Craig Dack, Glen Bell and Jeff Leisk cracking a 4th place in France in 1988 to more recently with Chad Reed, Brett Metcalfe and Matt Moss finally grabbing Team Oz a 3rd place podium finish in 2011.