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2017 Merchanise

2017 Merchanise

24hr FactsDid you know: 1929 was the first year the trial started in daylight hours, before that year it started at midnight.

What lights can be used and how many can I run? …read more to find out!

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UK Sidecar Team Competing

The sidecar team of Alun Davies (rider) and James Ferguson (passenger) are the first international sidecar team to visit the Swann Insurance 24hour. Coming all the way from Wales and arriving in Australia only days before the start, they will have to familiarise themselves with the drier Aussie terrain on their first lap. Continue reading…

Shane To Announce The Riders

After competing and finishing last years ‘Swann Insurance 24hour’ on a 40 year old Yamaha TT500, in the toughest conditions experienced in recent years, Shane Kraft has hung his boots.

Shane’s passion of ‘Australia’s Ultimate Reliability Test’ has brought him back this year, but this time, he’ll be swapping his 500 Thumper for a microphone, Continue reading…

Inspired by Winifred Wells

Beetle Bayley is the organiser of P.A.M.S. Ride. He is currently undertaking fundraising and promoting P.A.M.S. Ride, and the woman whose achievements are the inspiration for this ride. As part of his fundraising endeavours, Beetle is participating in the 2017 Swann Insurance 24 Hour, and will line up as rider number 154 in the Rally category, mounted on his Royal Enfield 350 Classic motorcycle. Continue reading…

Where it all begins

The 2017 Swann Insurance 24hr starts with the first rider leaving from the Eudunda Sporting Complex (Oval) on the Kapunda to Morgan Road. First rider leaves at t 11:01am on the 8th of July, and if all went well the first rider will return again at 11:01am on the 9th of July.

The course is quite hard on both bike and rider, and there is usually an attrition rate of at least 50%. Last years trial turned out to be one of the toughest held in recent years due to the amount of rain received in the area during the event. Continue reading…