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Getting Started in Minikhana

Below is all the information you need to start your Minikhana journey. From what bikes you can ride, what ages and how you obtain your licence. Before you ride though, you will need to complete a Kick Start course at the club.

6 Steps to get you Riding


Join Blacktown Junior Mini Bike Club

Firstly you need to pay the club membership. All our memberships are family memberships, as we do require an Adult member along with the rider. Joining our club is done through Rider Net. Click the button to create an account.

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Book a ‘Kick Start Course’

A Kick Start course must be booked for riders 7 years and older. Blacktown Minibike Club runs these half day courses all year round. Check on our Facebook page, send us a message or give call to find out when the next course will run.

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Pass the Test

The theory part of the course is completed on the day of your Kick Start. Don’t worry, the test isn’t hard and you will have officials there to help you through it!


Get your License from MA

To get your License, you need to submit your theory results and pay for your license from Motorcycling Australia (MA). This is done via the button below.

Licence type required will be discussed with you at your kickstart course, however Junior Restricted will suit most riders.

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Get your License and Go Racing!

MA will send you a license and Log Book. Once you have these you can ride at the next club round. You can download the MA app as well. Click on the link below to go to the download page.

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Register for the Next Club Round

All club ride days are found on RiderNet, Motorcycling Australia’s online event portal. Every event held in the country is listed. This is where you will enter all your riding events for Blacktown Junior Mini Bike Club.


Frequently asked questions

Why do we need to do the Kick Start Course?

The Kick Start course teaches kids and parents all aspects of motorcycling riding at the club. From rider safety, bike scrutineering, event flags and what they mean, as well as very basic things like how to pick your bike up off the ground properly if you drop it. It is important that everyone understands their responsibilities at the club so we can all be safe and enjoy the riding days.

Is the Kick Start theory test hard?

The test is designed for all ages. Parents can help younger kids with the answers. Don’t worry though, your instructor is there to help you get tot the right answer.

Can i come and try Minikhana before I join?

Yes you can. We host regular Ride Park Australia Days (RPA Days) throughout the year. On these days you can come to the club and ride at the track without license requirements. Of course, you are required to adhere to all the safety requirements with regard to your motorbike and gear.

We also hold Come & Try days occasionally where we provide bikes and gear for the first timer.

What will Minikhana teach my child?

Minikhana is a great place to start riding a motorbike. Unlike most other motorcycle disciplines, riders are not competing bar to bar and rather completing fun courses to develop their own skills.

They learn things such as: Cornering, Balance, Acceleration, Vision, Braking, Jumping, Riding different surfaces, Bike Set Up, Body Position, Obstacles, Event etiquette & Sportsmanship

What type of bike can I ride?

Bike sizes starts with smaller 50cc capacity bikes and goes upto 85cc 2 strokes and 150cc four stroke bikes.

NOTE:  Some bike sizes/capacities have age restrictions.  If in doubt, contact us.

What gear do you need to ride?

Safety is number one for every rider and it is a requirement that every rider wears protective clothing and body protection. Exactly what is required can be found on our Rider Information page. Click here to view this page.

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