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Upcoming Events

  1. Ride Day

    August 28 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Membership Fees For 2022

The KMCC wish to advise a membership fee adjustment for the 2022 season.

In a bid to reward those who actively donate their time to Keyneton MCC, we have increased our membership fees, with opportunity for those who help out at KMCC events, and attend club meetings, to have their membership refunded back to 2021 prices. Fees have now been adjusted on Ridernet.

It is the responsibility of each member to notify the committee of your involvement in KMCC to arrange a refund, which must be collected at a club meeting, unless an alternative has been discussed with the committee.

Thank you to all those who have, and continue, to give their time to the club, and actively attend meetings. Your involvement is appreciated.

Prices are as follows;

Membership type 2022 Price 2021 Price
Family $100 $40
Senior $80 $30
Junior $30 $10

How to join [MEMBERSHIP]

Full House For 2021 AGM

Thank you to the members who attended the 2021 AGM held on October 26th.

We had an epic turn out with not one seat to spare in the meeting room – we are beyond stoked to see such fantastic numbers at a meeting.

Congratulating the following people for being elected onto the executive committee for 2022;

President: Sean Heidenreich

Vice President: Matthew Neldner

Secretary: Christopher Paunola

Treasurer: Greg Knight

Assistant Secretary: Melissa Paunola

Competition Secretary: Sofie Kraft

Social Secretary: Brad Hunter

Club Captain: Sani Pfeiffer

Assistant Club Captain: Ryan Heidenreich

Congratulations also to those who won club awards (some are still to be presented).

Next meeting: November 30th @ 7:30pm (last general meeting for the year)

Mike Connors Trial Awarded Best for 2016

SART Sports Manager, John Songailo, presenting the award to club president Matt Rosenzweig

The KMCC Mike Connors Trial was awarded the MSA Best Reliability Trial for 2016. The award was presented at the 2016 South Australian Reliability Trials Championships (SART) Awards night on October 21st. Six of the 7 rounds in the series are scored at the completion of their event (Swann Insurance 24 Hour not included). The award is rated on the course, officials and the running of the event, a total score accumulated from the riders feedback at the completion of the trial.

KMCC also took out the top three solo positions in the series. Rowan Pumpa was awarded the 2016 SART Champion finishing as Outright winner with a total of 120 points. Alex Heidenreich was the most improved rider this year with a second place result gathering a total of 106 points. Third place went Dan Plowman on 101 points.