Thousands attend vintage motorcycle event

The TeamMoto Classic Weekend presented by Motul was a huge success.

Not even Covid could curb the enthusiasm of over 1500 people who attended the vintage motorcycle event, the TeamMoto Classic Weekend, presented by Motul.

Terrific weather, a great turn out, amazing bikes, skilled riders, positive vibes and tons of punters loved the vintage action at Green Park, Conondale over the weekend.

The event hosted 400 riders, over 1000 spectators with the help of over 150 volunteers, sponsors and staff.

Saturday was a huge day of activity with riding kicking off at 9am, riders in all pre-1995 dirt bikes hit over five tracks non-stop, the energy was pulsating through the valley with colours bright and smiles abundant.

The Show and Shine during the lunch break saw over 70 fully restored dirt bikes on display in the Village, it was shoulder to shoulder as spectators and bike fanatics got up close and personal with the bikes and their creators.

Judges Stephen Gall, Lex Taylor and Geoff Ballard had a tough job to decide the winner which was an immaculately restored Honda CR250 1989 model.

Legend Jeff Leisk bought his incredible collection of Honda bikes to display and rode like a demon across the tracks.

The Maico at Chippy’s grasstrack was busy all day everyday with fanatics looping around one of the best tracks in the country, with pre-78 Shannons notably just as popular.

As it’s the biggest fundraising event for the upkeep and operation of the community run Sunshine Coast Motor Cycle Club – SCMCC, the team thanks everyone for the support and involvement in the 2021 TeamMoto Motorcycles Classic Weekend presented by Motul.