Motorcycle Racing Club of WA 
Promoters of Modern Motorcycle Racing & RidedaysWA Courses in Western Australia
Welcome to the
Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA
The Motorcycle Racing Club of WA Inc. (MCRCWA) is the premier promoter of motorcycle road racing and RidedaysWA rider coaching courses in Western Australia.
Welcome to the
Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA
Road race related activities are also run including rider coaching at our RidedaysWA courses, along with tuning days and social events.
Welcome to the
Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA
By becoming a member of the Motorcycle Racing Club of WA, you are joining WA's one and only modern bike Club.

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Learn more skills, ride in a safe environment, and have the buzz of your life at the same time.

Gain from the experience of our accredited Coaches and Road Racing Champions as they explain the theory and
technique that has taken them to the top.
As an affiliate of the Motorcycle Racing Club of WA (MCRCWA) we provide the safest and most fun you can have on two wheels in WA.
Our exciting NEW courses are designed to cater for all grades of riders from first timers to experienced racers and everyone in between.

Our coaching, with emphasis on safety, is by far the best in WA.

There are three types of courses on offer:

Sunday, August 23, 2020
RACE REPORT - Round 1 The long awaited return to racing for the Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA finally arrived on the 9th August with Round 1 of the revised four round championship held at CollieMotorplex . There was plenty of enthusiasm around the pits although many riders were keeping an eye on the weather. Approximately 70 riders entered, including several cross entries, for the days racing – great numbers considering the delayed start to the season. Unfortunately, as qualifying began the weather took a turn for the worse, with the wind picking up and the rain getting heavier by the minute. By the time racing commenced the rain was steady with gusty winds and a temperature around 15C. The unpredictable weather conditions caught a few riders out with a couple of the younger riders namely William Wasley and Jayden Martin both sliding out unhurt in qualifying. When racing commenced it was the GoMoto Store Production Championship with defending champion Bronson Pickett (M&B Rubbish Disposal Yamaha R3) continuing where he left off in 2019 with a strong win. Second was Michael King (BAT Racing KTM RC390) with up and coming star William Wasley (JB Racing Ninja 300) grabbing a strong third place. In the second race it was King who took the win from Jordan White (DJ White Contracting Ninja 300) with Pickett in third place. Hannah Stewart (Lee Mechanical Yamaha R3) was fourth in both races. The Rick Gill Motorcycles Clubman Series saw Jeff Cameron (Mototech T. Yamaha R1) take the win, his first in four years from pole position ahead of Paul 'Dickie" Davies (Honda CBR 1000RR) with newcomer Raymond Kleyn (Go Moto ZX-10) in third place. The Professional Printers Sidecar Championship saw polesitter Jero Joyce/Corey Blackman (RHR Racing) and second on the grid newcomers Paul Joshua/Josh Mathers(RHR Racing) both beaten for the holeshot by Dillan McDermott/Grady Norris from third place on the grid. McDermott/Norris went on to win comfortably in their first competitive outing together, with Joyce/Blackman second and Graeme Evans/Jarrod Scott (RHR Racing) in third place. Joshua/Mathers finished a very creditable fourth place after the six lap race. The Triton Electrical Superbike Championship saw the return of Sam Clarke (Team RS36 Suzuki GSXR 1000) to WA, following a stint racing in the BSB Championship. Clarke put the bike on pole in a time of 1:26.7890 seconds ahead of Leigh Boujos (JB Racing BMW S1000RR) and Jeff Cameron (OZsteel Design Yamaha R1). In the race Clarke had a minor off at T9 with rider and bike unscathed which allowed Boujos through to take the win ahead of Adam Senior (Senior Engineering Yamaha R1) and Cameron Stronach (Motorcycle Movers Ducati 1299).Clarke finished the race in sixth place salvaging some valuable points. The Cullys Yamaha Supersport Championship saw Bronson Pickett on pole with a time of 1:32.2800 seconds take the win ahead of Lino Mazzali (JHPM Yamaha R6) with Tim Boujos (JB Racing Yamaha R6) taking the minor placing. The Senior Engineering Junior Championship saw Jayden Martin (Aussie Moto Engineering Yamaha R15) on pole in a time of 1:47.3750 seconds set on the only lap he did in qualifying 1, and managed to hold on despite his minor off during the session. He went on to win the race from William Wasley (Yamaha R15) and Calvin Moylan (Major Luck Lottery Centre Yamaha R15) in third place. Thank you to all of the competitors who supported the event, its great to see everyone back racing again! An even bigger thanks needs to go to out volunteers and officials on the day, especially those who travelled down from Perth and stood out in the weather all day! Round two will be held at Wanneroo Raceway on the 20th September, with a Tuning and Training event held at the same track the week before, on Saturday 12th September. Photos and report thanks to Innesphotografix-John Innes
Thursday, July 23, 2020
The Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA would like to welcome GoMoto Store onboard as the 2020 sponsor for our Production State Championship!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Andrew and Krystal have been part of MCRCWA since 2013 when Andrew started racing in the Clubman class.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In 2018 they started GoMoto Store to help the road racing community by supplying them with products designed for road racing at affordable prices.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ GoMoto Store decided that in 2020 they would sponsor the Production Championship as their way of giving back to the Road Racing community, who have helped their business grow to the success it is today.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ You can find them at most track events with their pop up store or order online at⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ www.gomotostore.com.au ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Please support the businesses that support your club.
Saturday, July 11, 2020
The Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA would like to welcome Rick Gill Motorcycles onboard as the 2020 sponsor for our Clubman class. Like all of us, Rowan and the team at Rick Gill Motorcycles know that a club cannot survive without both volunteers and sponsors. They believe that motorcycle racing supports the motorcycle industry, so it is in their interest to show support to local clubs and riders. For a long time Rowan, and Rick (ex club president), have shown their support for our club and riders behind the scenes. We are so happy to have them back involved as a sponsor in 2020. Support the businesses that support your club. Head into the shop or check out their website. rickgillmotorcycles.com.au
Saturday, June 06, 2020
WE ARE BACK!!!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Following collaboration with Trakdayz, Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA is excited to announce a revised calendar of tuning, coaching and racing, visiting both CollieMotorplex and Wanneroo Raceway ! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 2020 will see a revamped 4 round State Championship, with two rounds at each circuit! All categories, including beginner and novice classes, will be competing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you have ever thought about racing, why not start now! Tuning, practice and coaching will be available through Trakdayz and MCRCWA, with the first date available on the 5th July at Wanneroo Raceway! Book Here: www.trakdayz.com.au/shop/ categories/ Championship details to come!


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Accreditation Courses

Volunteer Officials

  • Motorcycling, like most sports, relies heavily on the input of volunteers to ensure that race meetings and events continue to run efficiently.
  • One of the best ways to get up close to the action is to get involved as a volunteer official.
  • Motorcycling WA hold regular Accreditation courses for any interested volunteer officials.
  • Level 1 is a 3 hour course held mostly weeknights but also some weekends.
  • All info can be found at www.motorcyclingwa.org.au