HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER OF OUR CLUB
Club membership is open to all ages and trials classes.
For 2018 membership of Western Districts Trials Club costs
$18 for a Senior Membership
$10 for a Junior Membership (under 18 yrs old)
$10 for a Non-Rider Membership or
$30 for a Family Membership (includes Head of Family, Spouse and up to 4 family members under the age of 18.
You will also need an MA licence (details below).
Membership year runs from 1st November to 31st January (15 months).
There are no part year memberships.
TWO WAYS TO JOIN OUR CLUB
The first option (by far the easiest and everyone’s preferred option) is to join online using the Ridernet website. It is quite straight forward and is a paperless system. If you already have a Ridernet ID then logon and buy a membership from the home page. If you don’t have a Ridernet ID then register with Ridernet and it will assign you an ID. This ID will become your license number and will enable you to buy memberships and enter events.
HOW TO OBTAIN AN MA LICENCE
To attend any of our events, you also need an MA licence from Motorcycling Queensland. This provides the necessary insurance at all of our events. You are also covered by a comprehensive insurance policy against permanent disablement or death, as well as many other benefits. This is also available via the Ridernet link above. More information is available at the Motorcycling Australia Website and the Motorcycle Queensland Website
The MA licence will cost $135 a year for a recreational licence, or $240 a year for Senior National Restricted Licence. The recreational licence allows you to still enter club competitions and be scored on each section but your score won’t be entered into the competition scores.
Costs for junior riders (under 16) is $140 for a Junior Restricted National Licence.
Day licences are available also for most competitions at a cost of $75 for a competition licence and $30 for a non-competition licence. This is good if you want to try the sport without committing to the cost of a full licence.
WHAT’S THE NEXT STEP?
Read our page about entering a trials event. It tells you where to find the upcoming trials events, how to prepare your bike for them and what happens on the day. You’ll have a ball!