Riders eye enduro race

Robert DoughertyBroome Advertiser
The Willare Enduro is held on the unrelenting landscape of Yeeda Station.
Camera IconThe Willare Enduro is held on the unrelenting landscape of Yeeda Station. Credit: Hailey Seccombe

Endurance riders will be gathering for the Willare Four-Hour Enduro early next month.

Riders are offered the choice of a two-hour junior enduro race on Friday, September 1, the main event four-hour senior enduro race on Saturday or the one-hour step-thruough challenge on Sunday.

Kimberley Enduro Club president Robert McGregor said registrations were now open.

“It will be a weekend of racing and fast-paced motorsport — there’s nothing like an enduro in the Kimberley and spectators are welcome,” he said.

“The junior race is a 17km closed loop for 12 to 16-year-olds — it has tight technical trails and vast fence lines with firebreaks.

“The senior enduro is a 47km loop over ... Yeeda Station. The one-hour step-through challenge is a fun event for postie bikes and scooters with part proceeds to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, the course set at Willare roadhouse.”

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