Late in 2016, following the 2016 Burt Munro Challenge, the organising committee voted to change the date of the event to the second week of February in hope of better weather. This means there will be no event in 2017; the next Burt Munro Challenge taking place from 8-11 February 2018. Please see media release for more info via our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BurtMunroChallenge/
Support vehicles can be parked outside of the camping ground at Oreti Park. Campervans will be directed to a separate field within the grounds in which to park.
Rally pass holders have access to a free shuttle bus service from the Burt Munro Rally site camping grounds to the Indian Motorcycle NZ Beach Racing Champs (and back). Access to Oreti Park Speedway and Teretonga Park are in walking distance from the Burt Munro Rally site camping grounds. There is also a shuttle bus service available from the Burt Munro Rally Site camping grounds that goes on a loop into town (Dropping off at Waxy O’Shea’s Irish Pub) and back again from 7pm - 1am on the Friday and Saturday nights of the Burt Munro Challenge.
All overseas competitors wishing to compete in New Zealand must obtain a Start Permission and FIM International Licence (if applicable) from their own Federation and have this sent to MNZ prior to the event being held. This is the competitor’s responsibility. MNZ shall send the organising Club and Steward for the event a copy of these documents.
Competitor packs will be posted out on Tuesday 16 January 2018. This includes your order confirmation, competitor wristband (access to your racing events), competitor medal, an event information manual and any crew passes you may have purchased (maximum of two per competitor). International competitor packs will NOT be posted out prior, but kept at the gate of your first racing event.
You can pick up your Rally Pass at the Rally Registration Tent from 5pm - 7pm on Wednesday 7th February and from 9am onwards on Thursday 8th February.
The Burt Munro Rally site is located at Oreti Park - 439 Dunns Road, Invercargill.
Tickets are bought on the Burt Munro Challenge Website, at the Invercargill i-SITE or at the entrance to the event (CASH ONLY, NO EFTPOS).
Single event costs $20 (without Rally Pass).
The site will be open from Sunday? 4th February 2018 with very limited facilities.
The Burt Munro Rally itself does not start until 9am Thursday 8th February
Competitors must buy a Competitor's Camp Pass ($40) when signing up to compete. Competitors camp with all other Rally goers at the Burt Munro Rally site.
Yes, but they must abide by the following rules: