Maschine Alpine Rally Assault. December 1-3, 2017

Updated: August 4, 2017





Have you watched the Dakar Rally thinking you’d really like to try that some day?  Perhaps not the rally itself, but just navigating a ride the same way they do?

Maschine is excited to be introducing a new motorcycle navigation rally event in Australia. We have created a new non-competitive travel enduro ride to give riders a chance to exercise their navigation skills and experience following an authentic rally-style roadbook.

The Alpine Assault Rally will run over 3 days from 1-3 December 2017 in Victoria’s High Country where riders will have a choice of following the tracks by either printed roll chart style roadbook or GPS.  After riding 170-250km each day, riders will arrive at a bivouac with motel beds or camping available and dinner/breakfast provided.  Expect hard-core riding during the day and a fun social atmosphere at night!

Will it be doable on a big adventure bike? Sure, but only if you are a very good rider capable of riding tight single track and going up and down gnarly hills.  We’re talking a step above the KTM Rallye and BMW Safari Enduro.
Find out all the details here.

Aimed at adventure bikes or enduro bikes set-up with navigation gear to go the distance. Although it is a non-competitive event, this supported ride will be a new challenge for riders looking for something they can’t find anywhere else.

To accurately navigate their way through Victoria’s High Country and negotiate the sometimes gnarly terrain this area is renown for, riders will have to be well prepared technically, mentally and physically.

Entries Open 18 August

We’ll have some some cracker special offers coming up for when we open entries on 18 August, so make sure you sign up to our email updates to get the latest.


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We’re going to have the option of a teams entry with special offers for teams of two or more.



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