Club History / Life members


The Coastal Motorcross Club was formed approximately 40 years ago, catered for Juniors and was called the Coastal Junior Motocross Club. Initial events were held at Jarrah Park in Penguin. During this time membership ranged between 30 to 500.

A safer environment marked by strict rules and classification systems led to an increase in member numbers in the 1980's. The 1990's saw an emphasis on coaching, safety management plans and the success/achievement of Australian riders both nationally and internationally.

The club became an incorporated body in 1987 and in the ensuing years became affiliated with the controlling body, Motocycling Australia. This affiliation allowed the club to cater for both Junior and Senior riders. Eventually in 1997, the club changed its name to the Coastal Motocross Club. Support from sponsors and the efforts of hard working volunteer members has enabled the club to be recognised as a National standard circuit.

The track is considered to be one of the best in the world and with its clay surface, in ground irrigation system for dust suppresion and location provides spectacular viewing for spectators.

The Club boasts a large number of accreditated officials amongst members and places significant importance on coaching younger children to learn the skills of the sport early.

Motocross is a family oriented sport and the Coastal Motocross Club emphasises family within its membership and as a result provide a supportive and friendly environment in which your children can learn to ride, gain valuable friendships and see first hand the effects of being a member of a 'team'.


CMXC Life Members

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