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10
Mar
2002

RC & CR do it again

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Ricky Carmichael makes it three in a row, and Chad Reed makes it four in a row.

In the 250's, David Vullemin who has been the points leader up until now had to sit out the round due to the injury received last weekend at a magazine shoot. This and Carmichael winning the round sees him now with a 5 point lead over Vullemin.

Tim Ferry also made a good return, after injuring himself in round 4, coming in second.

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09
Mar
2002

Australian Supercross Masters

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Round 4 of the Supercross masters was held on Saturday night at Wayville Showgrounds in Adelaide, South Australia.

In the 250 class, Craig Anderson ran a smart and consistent 3 moto's to come up in first place, with and equal second being decided by the winner of the third moto between Daryl Hurley, and Shane Metcalfe.

1. Craig Anderson
2. Daryl Hurley
3. Shane Metcalfe

In the 125 class, Troy Dorron once again stamped his authority with a convincing overall win, with Troy Carrol and Robbie Marshall bringing up second and third respectively.

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The 2002 Australian Motocross Championship will be sponsored in its entirety by Maxxis Tyres, it was announced today.

Maxxis Tyres manufacture a complete range of MX tyres along with its road and ATV range which are distributed in Australia by McLeod Accessories.

See here for more details, and the http://www.thumpernats.com.au/ website for extra information on the series changes in 2002.

06
Mar
2002

Drysdale V8 New pictures

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The new drysdale V8 motorcycle, developed in response to the new rules that will allow four strokes to compete in the Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing, is nearing completion, with pictures of the cruiser version released (albiet with the 750cc motor, rather than the still in development 1000cc motor).

Check out these sites which have more information on the Drysdale, other wild bikes, and the Changes that the four strokes will bring to the Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing.

06
Mar
2002

Public Land Access

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Anyone who enjoys time in the Victorian bush, 4 wheel drivers, prospectors, dog walkers, rally drivers, shooters, timber workers, miners, apiarists, eucalyptus distillers, farmers, hunters, firewood users, horse-riders, trail bike riders, fishermen, bow hunters, campers... Anyone who enjoys time in the Victorian bush!

Come to Bendigo and join with other bush users to SAY NO to more restrictions

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