The 2021 Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) has been dealt another blow with the cancellation of Kingston rounds nine and 10 on September 18-19 due to the current COVID-19 State border closures and lockdowns.

The AORC management team say they have worked closely with the host club Keyneton MCC, but under the current regulations, with border closures and extended lockdowns in several states, it is not possible for rounds 9 and 10 scheduled for 18-19 September in Kingston SE, SA to proceed.

The AORC management say they fully understand riders were very keen to hit the track for rounds 9 and 10, “but with the current State restrictions, the health and safety of competitors, teams, officials and fans are paramount.”

Despite this, the South Australian Off-Road Championships, which were to run alongside the AORC, will still proceed for South Australian riders at a yet to be confirmed new venue.

AORC management team wish to thank Keyneton MCC for their significant work in preparing for the AORC rounds as well as the wider enduro community for their support and understanding during this difficult time.


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