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The DSMRA only has one paid position - but it is a key position, for the club which is that of the Administration Officer.

In this role, you have a special opportunity to contribute to the operations and ongoing success of the DSMRA at a national level. The Dual Sport Motorcycle Riders Association is a nationwide network of licensed riders who enjoy exploring the bush trails and desert tracks of the great Australian outdoors. As the name “Dual Sport” implies, the club caters for enduro and adventure motorcycles on all terrains. From sealed roads to the toughest bush tracks, we ride responsibly, legally and respectfully. The DSMRA operates in a ‘not for profit’ manner with any money raised funding member services and DSMRA costs.


The role has peaks and troughs in activity around major events; the Kowen Forest Ride (ACT) in April, and an Annual General Meeting (various locations) usually held in October.


The Administrative Officer reports to the DSMRA National Treasurer and supports all DSMRA Office Holders (National Committee) by undertaking the administrative tasks associated with running a shared-interest or hobby association/club. This entails promoting the DSMRA, supporting the club and its members, membership tasks, preparing reports, maintaining records and other relevant duties.

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Tony Kirby Annual Memorial Rides

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About Tony Kirby

Tony Kirby, or 'TK' as he was known, was the definitive adventure rider before the term became popular. With a career in publishing and motorcycle journalism, he had the ability to entertain, inform, and above all inspire us to go riding and explore. He did this by riding across and around Australia every which way himself and then reporting on his adventures.

Among his achievements he created the great SideTrack Magazine in 1995, and during that period of his life, was instrumental in the establishment of the DSMRA, or the Dual Sport Motorcycle Association.

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Looking for Expressions of Interest From Riders

EOI 1 - MOTOGP in October 2017

In what seems to be a growing annual pilgrimage – the Canberra branch is now taking an expression of interest for 2017 for those interested in riding to and enjoying the MotoGP.

The plan is to Depart on Wednesday (18 October 2017) stay at the pub at Bairnsdale then stay on Phillip Island for a return ride on Monday (waiting for the crowd and not feeling rushed on the Sunday is much worthwhile). As a number of members work as track marshalls/ volunteers etc they have a few passes (not enough) which can reduce entry costs.

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DSMRA Acquires Radio Licence

The DSMRA is proud to note that we have now acquired a specific radio licence - so our riders can use their own unique frequency on the UHF Frequency. The DSMRA recommends the usage of the Icom  41W handheld radio with microphone or the new version the Icom 41 Pro. Both of these can be programmed for these channels.

 

The details can be found below.

 Link to the frequency