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Welcome to the Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA - Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA
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.

Coming Events

Tuning Day - All Groups
MA Licenced Riders Only

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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.

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
MCRCWA attended the York Motorcycle Festival on a rather wet Sunday on 11 April 2021. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the stand to say hello! Thanks go to Tim Simmons for displaying the current State Championship leading R1 from VRT Racing Team #35 ridden by Ben Stronach, and also to the GoMoto Store team for also displaying two of their bikes #38 Yamaha R6 ridden by Andrew Biffen and ZX10R #109 Warren French. The LCR Suzuki 1000cc sidecar of #9 Gary Cushnahan was a big hit with a few lucky kids who got to sit inside and pretend to ride it. Due to the weather unfortunately rather than a few thousand attendees there were a few less, but the hardened riders still came out in the wet. It stopped raining mid-morning so everyone was able view the stalls, watch the Harley Wheelies and Supermoto display... oh and eat some hot jam donuts! Next year is the 10th Anniversary of the York Motorcycle Festival so let's try to make our presence even bigger and stronger.
Monday, April 12, 2021
Sunday 21st March saw the Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA state the first of the six round AGV Helmets Australia WA State Road Racing Champsionships which will be run at both Wanneroo Raceway and Collie Motorplex. The weather was a little on the warm side and the action put on by the riders was even hotter. Kicking off the action was the 'B Grade' Series with Adam Parsons (Triton Roof Plumbing Triumph 675) the winner from Sean McHale (Razor Racing Suzuki GSX-R 1000) with Lachlan Hickey (JB Racing Kawasaki ZX6) in third place. The Rick Gill Motorcycles Clubman series saw 27 riders greet the starter. After three hard races it was Stephen Blount (Gomoto Store Honda CBR 1000RR) stood atop the podium with three wins and 75 points. Second was Francesco Bietto (Scooter Shop Australia Yamaha R1) with 57 points and third was Adrian O'Callaghan (Yamaha R6) with 52 points. The Professional Printers Sidecar Championship went exactly as expected with Dillan McDermott/Grady Norris (Super Spray Suzuki LCR) winning both championship races plus the reverse grid/handicap race. Graeme Evans/Robert Dillon (RHR ZX10) were second in both the championship races and veteran pairing Murray Stronach/Stephen Marshall (Aceman Ent RHR ZX10) had a brace of third places. The GoMoto Store Production Championship provided some of the best racing on the day. This class is predominately made up of previous years Junior racers and three of them stood on the podium after three hard fought races. Jayden Martin (PTT Lubricants Yamaha R3) stood on the top step with 68 points after two wins and a third place. Second was Jordan White (Gomoto Store Ninja 300) with 60 points and third was Hannah Stewart (Igen Racing Yamaha R3) with 51 points. In the Triton Electrical Superbike Championship the three way battle didn't quite eventuate with brothers Ben and Cameron Stronach and Adam Senior. In the absence of injured Sam Clarke the three were expected to make the podium theirs, but the Ducati of the younger Stronach expired on the previous Saturday, so it was out with the BMW he rode a few years ago but that too expired with a broken 'Big End'. Jeff Cameron came to the rescue with his spare Honda, so at least the weekend wasn't wasted for Cameron. Ben Stronach (VRT Signs Yamaha R1) took the three wins for 75 points Adam Senior (Hydroquip Yamaha R1) kept him honest with three solid second place for 60 points and Raymond Kies (GoMoto Store ZX 10R) in third place overall with 54 points. He also leads the Superbike 'C' grade championship with 75 points. The The Cullys Yamaha Supersport Championship saw the top two from 2020 go head to head again over three races with Tommy King (Keen Edge Construction ZX6) once again the winner with three wins for a perfect score. Bronson Pickett (FastFix Services Yamaha R6) placed 2nd overall with three second places and third, while Lachlan Hickey (Trakdayz ZX6) finished third overall with 52 points. Chris Vance (Doolans Heavy Haulage Yamaha R6) leads the Supersport 'C'grade championship with 75 points. Round 2 will be run at Wanneroo Raceway on Sunday 23rd May. Full results available from Natsoft Report and Photos courtesy John Innes
Friday, March 19, 2021
This Sunday 21st March sees the MCRC launch the 2021 AGV Helmets Australia WA State Road Racing Championships with the first of the six round Championship at the Collie Motorplex . There will be two qualifying sessions that will be followed by 16 races, three for each class plus the 'B' grade race. In the Triton Electrical Superbike Championship the defending champion will not be racing at Rd 1 following a training accident so the likes of Ben Stronach, Cameron Stronach and Adam Senior will all be keen to bag as many points as possible during his enforced absence. A couple of guys who could just cause an upset are Rob Fannin on his brand new Yamaha R1 and Josh Mathers on a Kawasaki ZX-10. Josh is also on the recovery trail following injury. In the Cullys Yamaha Supersport Championship all eyes will be on defending champion Tommy King and the 2020 runner up Bronson Pickett. Waiting in the wings for the slightest mistake will be Andrew Biffen, Lachlan Hickey, Adam Parsons and a dark horse would have to be Paul Joshua, who is new to MCRC but has been very competitive on two and three wheels on the historic scene. In the GoMoto Store Production Championship there are five youngsters who are new to the class having recently moved up from the Junior Road Racing Championship, versus the experienced brigade like David Manson and Patrick Browne. This will be an interesting class to follow with all of the ex- juniors showing a huge amount of potential in early season practice runs. In the Professional Printers Sidecar Championships the majority of the boys have had one hit out already in 2021 at the King of Collie meeting and it is very hard to look past Dillan McDermott/Grady Norris to back up last years championship with a second. Graeme Evans/Robert Dillon, Murray Stronach/Steve Marshall and Gary Cushnahan/Michael Matesich will be strong contenders for the minor places and don't discount the hard charging Sam Watson/Eamon Hegarty on the 600 F2 machine. In the Rick Gill Motorcycles Clubman class there is a field of 28 nominated starters and it would be a game man who would try and pick a winner. There are also a good number of new riders whose potential has not yet been seen. Preview and photos courtesy John Innes
Tuesday, November 03, 2020
The Motor Cycle Racing Club of WA are proud to announce that we are partnering with MATES in Construction W.A for our fourth and final round of the 2020 WA State Road Racing Championships, to be held at Wanneroo Raceway on Sunday 29th November. MATES in Construction W.A is a fantastic charity established in 2008, that aims to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers. Alongside our full program of exciting racing, including Superbike, Supersport, Sidecar, Production, Clubman and Golden Era classes, MATES will be running a FREE fun family friendly event at the circuit. Highlights include: 1. Formal welcome by Lord Mayor Ms. Tracy Roberts. 2. β€œLap of Honour for Your MATES 2020” – Recognising the MATES lost to Suicide in 2020. The lap will be led by MATES WA Youth Ambassador Sam Clarke, who is also the current leader of the Triton Electrical Superbike State Championship. Please follow this link to register your intention to ride the lap of honour www.esaonlinesales.com , pre-registration is required. 3. Round 4 Championship awards presentation 4. MATES Charity Family Fun Day Raffle. 5. Mobile Animal Farm - Petting Zoo. 6. Simply More Golf Simulator - Longest Drive and Nearest to the Pin (Gold Coin Donation) 7. Free Everlast drinks and ice creams 8. Kids fun rides, face painting and activities. 9. Food stalls and drink stations This event is FREE so please tell all your friends and family to come along, see some fantastic racing, and support an important charity.

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