2021 TT Nationals a Wrap

The Kawasaki sponsored annual event, on grassy farmland 20 minutes North of Hamilton featured great racing over the 2-day event.

With no man-made obstacles and no high-flying jumps, road-racers and offroad racers went head to head on a neutral playing field demonstrating their skills on the road-racing style layout on dirt. Take a look at some of the action held at the Fuller Farm.

Grass paddock racing layout.

Billee Fuller (KX85) was on form in the Senior Women’s division, taking out 2nd overall on her 85cc!

KawiGirls offroad ambassador Mikayla Rowe (KX250X) dominated the Senior Womens class with 5 wins from 5.

Seton Head (KX450) came from behind to win MX1 moto 1. Unfortunately he hit a marker and sustained a tendon injury in his hand.

Angus Evans (KX250) rounded out the podium in the MX2 class.

Loamy berms made for some spectacular action.

Mitch Rowe (KX500) and daughter Mikayla Rowe (KX250) in the classic class.


Kawasaki NZ Motocross TT Nationals 2020

In accordance with MNZ’s COVID-19 statement, the Kawasaki New Zealand Motocross TT Nationals 2020 has been postponed.

Please keep an eye on the Patetonga MX Facebook page for updates regarding a new date possibly later in the year or for entry refunds.

The team at Kawasaki New Zealand

The 2020 Kawasaki NZ Motocross TT Nationals returns to Taupiri, Waikato in held by the Patetonga Motorcycle Club.

Camping available for $20 per vehicle and a bonfire on Saturday night. $5 Spectator entry at the gate.

Contact Maurice Hayman for details – 027 473

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