CHILDREN aged four to 14 can build their riding skills and confidence in Pinjar on Saturday, July 9.
The minikhana series will be at the Ziatas Road track and will focus on skill and rider control rather than speed.
Riders can compete in a range of skills-based challenges using witches’ hats, tyres and ropes, with a maximum of four riders competing at any time.
Combined with a minicross race or a minitrial, the events will teach youngsters technical skills and how to ride safely and control a motorcycle.
Families are encouraged to come and watch,.
All participants must have a Motorcycling Australia competition, recreation or mini licence to ride.
Bring your bike (maximum size of 85cc 2-stroke or 150cc 4-stroke) and safety gear. Entry is $30 and the event will run from 9am to 2.30pm.
For more information, call 9371 5333 or go to www.motorcyclingwa.org.au.