Track Licences

To participate in events sanctioned by Motorcycling Australia (MA) you are required to hold a current MA licence. Your licence also covers you under the association’s Personal Accident Insurance policy while competing or travelling to the event. Further information can be found on the MSA website.

Types of Licences:

Recreation Licence: For Ride Days only. One Day licences can be bought at the track or with your online booking.  You can buy a Annual licence on Ridernet if you ride more than 3 times a year and want to save time queuing at the track.  Cost: One Day licence $40,  Annual licence $135

One Event Licence: For Competition events. Pay for this licence on your entry form if required. Cheaper than a full licence if you only race a few times a year.  Cost: $100

National Licence: This annual licence can be used at any Competition or Ride Day.  Cost: $325
1.  Join Ridernet  and get your ID number
2.  Apply for Phoenix Club membership  HERE and tell us you Ridernet ID
3.  Wait for our email confirmation that we have registered your membership in Ridernet.
4.  You can now apply for your Licence online at Ridernet. You will need the following:

  • Proof of Identity
    Scan or photograph your Drivers Licence, Birth Certificate, Passport or Photo ID card.
  • Proof of Practical
    Scan or photograph your Drivers Licence with the letter ‘R’ printed on it OR a copy of a One Event Licence OR proof of practical signed off by a Club. The
  • Ambulance Fund Details
    Details of your Medical policy. The policy number and expiry date OR Centrelink Health care card/Pension card CRN Number.  
  • Theory Test
    Study the Rule Book so you can pass the Senior Theory Test in the application. Junior members must have completed their Kickstart or coaching and the coach must have logged them as having completed the appropriate course.

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Note:

If you have medical insurance, make sure that it covers you for the cost of ambulance transport. If not, you must join an ambulance scheme as the cost of ambulance transportation is very expensive. It is not covered by medicare or your the Personal Accident insurance.

It also is recommended that you check all your insurance policies to ensure that you are covered for racing your motorcycle rather than just riding it in a paddock or on the road.  There are a number of accident policies available to cover racing situations. It is recommended that you investigate insurance cover which will protect you from the loss of your earnings if you are injured.

 

The Phoenix Motorcycle Club of South Australia