Kenilworth Chook Chase is a non-competitive off-road
trail ride through state forest, open to fully licensed riders on registered motorcycles only
(conditional registration is not acceptable).
All funds raised from the weekend are distributed to
community organisations in Kenilworth. The Kenilworth Hall, Show and
Recreation Ground Association Inc utilises the funds to improve amenities at the
hall and surrounding area; the Swimming Pool maintains its facility at the
grounds with help of the income from the event; the local emergency services -
the SES and the Kenilworth First Responders are greatly aided by the monies
raised as is the community newspaper the Mary Valley Voice. All members of
these organisations greatly appreciate the support of
the entrants in the Chook Chase.
All riders in Chook Chase
events organised by the Kenilworth Hall, Show and Recreation Grounds
Association Inc must agree to the following conditions
I participate in the meeting at my sole risk and responsibility;
2. That I
accept the venue as it stands with all or any defects hidden or
3. That I will
abide by the briefing guidelines;
4. That I enter
this event in the understanding that any motorcycle ridden by me
must be currently registered;
5. That I am
the holder of a current motorcycle license authorising me to ride a
motorcycle on the road;
and/or guardians are totally responsible for any minors in their
7. That I
indemnify and hold harmless the organisers, volunteers, land holders
and officials against any actions or claims which may be made by me
or on my behalf arising out of my death or injury, loss or damage to
me or my machinery, equipment, whether caused by negligence, breach
of contract or in any other manner whatsoever.
8. Noise curfew on bikes from
Spot scrutinizing of bike registration will
be conducted: those caught cheating will be sent home with no refund!
must have a current
motorcycle license – not a learners permit – and full motor cycle registration only!Conditional registration is not acceptable as established tracks/roads
10. Protective clothing
must be worn including
goggles, and it is advised you bring a water bottle or camelback.A good knobby, chain and sprocket are essential.Fuel drums need to be clearly named.
Starting point for the
ride is located at the Kenilworth Hall & Recreation Grounds.Free camping on site – Hot Showers –Canteen on site – open
on Saturdayfor lunch and for
dinner,and Sunday for breakfast
and for lunch – No Licensed Booth on site - BYO.