The Wanneroo Junior Motocross Club prides itself on providing its junior riders with a challenging and safe track to learn, improve and build their motocross skills on.
The WJMC are also very proud of the sense of family within their club and the ability to pull together and support each other whenever and wherever necessary.
The upcoming, MARTY McSHANE CUP is an inspiring example of this.
The McShane family have been an integral part of the WJMC MX family since the boys were old enough to ride. The family have run the club’s amazing canteen for the past few years and are always willing to help anyone, anyway they can.
Sadly, late in 2016 Marty was diagnosed with Leukaemia. He immediately started a very aggressive treatment program consisting of bone marrow transplant and chemo. Late in 2017 he was in “remission’. Recently however the aggressive cancer has returned and the McShane family are once again fighting this dreadful battle.
The MARTY McSHANE CUP promises to be a fun, family, twilight event to be held on Saturday 24th March. ALL PROCEEDS (including $35 rider’s fee) will be going directly to the McShane family. In the hope that this will help ease some of the financial pressures and to contribute towards making a few more beautiful family memories during this challenging time.
The event will provide two rounds of racing on normal track with normal classes (no dual classing), then will move to a shortened track, under lights, for pit bike racing. WJMC are excited to announce that this event is open to both Junior and Senior riders.
SPECTATORS, RIDERS and SUPPORTERS ALL WELCOME
One day licences available
$35 rider’s fee includes pit bike also
Fantastic raffles and Auctions will be held on the day
Food and Bar will also be available
Pits open from 1.30pm Sign on and machine examination from 1.30 -2.30pm
(Riders please provide a flaggie over 16 yrs. old)
To make a donation to the McShane Family please click on this link https://www.gofundme.com/help-the-mcshane-family
If you have any inquiries please visit our website www.wjmc.org.au or our Facebook page or contact Nicole Martin on 0417 947 137 (firstname.lastname@example.org)