Welcome to the Mini Track part of our site. We welcome all mini track riders including pitbikes. It is all about getting out there and giving motocross a try and having fun.
On the day, (especially over winter) it pays to check our Raceline to make sure that the track is open. For practice the raceline is always updated by 10am on the day.
Please click on the following link to download all the information you need to know about our mini track:
Intro To The Mini Track
Please click on the following link to download our mini track Practice Day rules:
Mini Track Practice Day Rules
Note: Quads are no longer run on the mini track
Practice will be split into two sessions - A and B grade, for 20 minutes each. 'A' grade commences at the beginning of the practice, with 'B' grade commencing 20 minutes later, etc etc. If you are not sure which grade you should be in, ask one of the mini track representatives. If we think you are riding in the wrong grade, we will let you know. You cannot ride in both grades.
On the mini track 85cc bikes are only allowed by prior approval from the mini track representative on the day and is for beginners only, however if you are an experienced 85cc rider you can ride on the big track of our club. You cannot ride both big and mini tracks.
Harrisville (Summer only - 1 Oct to 31 May):
Every Saturday all year round 1pm - 3pm (except when Mercer is open for practice once a month over winter only). The Harrisville track is also closed the Saturday before a club day.
The Mini Track Committee has decided to close the Harrisville mini track for practice over winter from 1st June - 30 September. However, there will still be the monthly practice at Mercer over Winter.
Mercer (Winter only - Jun to Oct):
Generally 1st Saturday of the month over winter only - 1pm to 4pm (refer to Mercer Sandtrack page)
- $15 Members (you must show your membership card to qualify for member rate)
- $25 Non Members
- $20 Members (you must show your membership card to qualify for member rate)
- $30 Non Members
All the appropriate riding gear - no shorts or short sleeve tops are allowed, unless you have knee and elbow pads, and you need solid footwear and helmet
You do not need to be MNZ licenced to ride at practice days
Please click on the following link to download our mini track Club Day rules:
Mini Track Club Day Rules
Over summer we hold racing at the Harrisville track (Nov - May), and in winter at the Mercer track (Jun - Oct). That means all year round racing. Our club days are generally held on the 3rd Sunday of every month, however always check our website.
At our club days, we run the following classes on our mini track:
* 50cc - Intro Jap: 4-8 years
* 50cc - Intro Non-Jap: 4-8 years
* 50cc - MX: 4-8 years
* Trail: 7-11 years (under 12) - 14 inch front/12 inch rear
* 65cc: 7-8 years (under 9)
* 65cc: 9-11 years (under 12)
* Junior Pitbike: 7-15 years (under 16), up to 160cc
* Senior Pitbike: 16 years and over, up to 160cc
Sign On: 8.30am to 9.30am
Riders Briefing: 9.30am
Practice Starts: 10.00am
- $25 PMCC Members (you must show your membership card to qualify for member rate)
- $35 Non Members
- $15 Transponder Hire (you can only hire a transponder if you are a Pukekohe Motorcycle Club member - not compulsary)
- $25 MNZ Day Licence for 16yrs+(only if required - you are only allowed 4 in a season)
PMCC is a MNZ affiliated track so you need to be MNZ licensed to ride there. However:
Seniors: You can purchase a day licence for $25 (Seniors 16yrs+ only)
Mini: Must be MNZ licenced, The only exception is that riders are allowed to enter two club events as an introduction to the sport before they need a competition licence
You need all the appropriate safety riding gear, riding boots/solid footwear, helmet, armor, elbow pads, knee pads etc etc. It is all about being safe.
Note: All bike stands are to be removed before riding on our track
You can only be points scored if you are a PMCC member & MNZ Licenced, and if you have a transponder. If you are a MNZ Licenced PMCC member and want to be included in the points series, you can hire a transponder for an additional cost of $15 for the day. If a club member doesn't wish to be points scored, then a transponder is not mandatory to be able to ride on a club day.
Transponders for hire on club days are limited (34 available), so it is first in first served. To avoid missing out, you can purchase your own from AMB's online shop - www.amb-it.com