Enduro warning for Coast’s motorists

ORGANISERS of a national motor sport spectacle on the Coast next week have asked spectators to stay away until the final day of the event.

“We are asking the public to be aware that riders will be coming off private land and forestry roads onto public roads,” chairman of the Yamaha A4DE enduro Glenn Phillips said.

Riders taking part in the event will be limited to speeds of 60km/h on public roads and 30km/h in Wynyard.

Mr Phillips wants drivers to be mindful that competitors will be moving at slow speeds in public areas.

The enduro race will consist of 200 kilometres of trail tracks linking six test zones.

Many of the world’s best riders will compete among the 227 riders in the event, including world champion Toby Price (NSW), world No.2 Daniel Milner (Victoria), and world women’s champions Taylor Jones, Jess Gardiner and Gemma Wilson.

Local riders competing in the event are Matt Phillips and Seton Broomhall racing for the Tasmanian junior team.

Spectators are more than welcome to attend the final event of the enduro at 10am on October 24 at Blackwood Park in Penguin.

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POINTING THE WAY: Matthew Eustace and Julian Moore prepare track markers for the Yamaha A4DE enduro. Picture: Grant Wells.

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