Meet the MX Nationals Stars

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With Round 2 of the Motul MX Nationals just days away, local fans now have the chance to meet some of the biggest names in Australian Motocross, with teams and riders making selected appearances this Friday and Saturday!

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Press Release

Fans will have the opportunity to get up close and personal with a long list of Motul MX Nationals stars, from CDR Yamaha, Serco Yamaha, and Yamalube Yamaha GYTR Racing Team, as well as the National Pump Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team, and the Crankt Protein Honda Racing Team.

Grab a poster, free product, an autograph, a showbag, or stickers and don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet some of the biggest names in Australian motocross, ahead of Round 2 of the Motul MX Nationals kicking off on Sunday April 17 in Appin, New South Wales.

For more details on when and where you can meet your favourite riders, check out the below.

CDR Yamaha, Serco Yamaha and Yamalube Yamaha GYTR Racing Team – Daniel Reardon, Dean Ferris, Wilson Todd, Wade Hunter, Mitch Evans and Jordan Hill

Where: On Two Wheels Motorsports
When: Saturday April 16th
Time: 11:00am – 2:00 pm
Address: 304 Queen St Campbelltown South, NSW 2560
More information available here

National Pump Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing Team – Matt Moss, Kade Mosig, Jake Moss

Where: Kawasaki Australia Head Office
When: Friday April 15th
Time: 2:30pm – 4:30pm
Address: Unit Q, 10-16 South Street, Rydalmere NSW 2116
Free tickets available here

Crankt Protein Honda Racing Team – Dylan Long and Jay Wilson

Where: Coles Supermarket Picton
When: Friday April 15th
Time: 5:00pm
Address: 9 – 13 Margaret Street, Picton Avenue, Picton, NSW 2571

For more information on the 2016 Motul MX Nationals including all of the details on Round 2 being held at Appin, New South Wales this weekend, head to www.mxnationals.com.au

 

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