24 Hour Trial participants continue to test their ability

Australia’s ultimate motorcycle reliability test, The 24 Hour Trial, once again entertained spectators with dirt bike solo and sidecar action across the weekend.

The event, which has run since 1924, was held in cold and mostly dry conditions, taking riders on four, six-hour laps.

The annual event began this year at the Kapunda Harness Racing Club Complex on Hancock Road, with the first rider leaving at 11am.

According to organisers, the course was quite hard on both bike and rider.

They shared how last year’s trial turned out to be one of the toughest held in recent years due to the weather conditions experienced over the weekend.

The event could not be run without massive support from many clubs, organisations and individuals, plus landholders.

As well as the courageous men and women who ride the event, this was a fun weekend for the spectators as they watched their favourites battle the most beautiful scenery in SA.

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