An exclusive new television program – The AusMoto Show – will showcase the best of Australian motorcycling, MA’s National Championships, and riders competing here and internationally when the show is launched this Sunday, Motorcycling Australia (MA) CEO, Peter Doyle, announced today.

Motorcycle enthusiast and long time motoring journalist, Kate Peck, will the face of the show.

The AusMoto Show has been developed by Motorcycling Australia and TV production partner AVE, who are the specialist broadcasters behind MA’s National Championships, including mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, ProMX Championship, presented AMX Superstore, and the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship.

The AusMoto Show will debut this Sunday at 1pm on SBS staring Kate Peck – renowned motorsport journalist and self-confessed motorcycle addict – along with a who’s who of Australian motorcycling talent dropping in for a chat and Aussie riders joining from overseas as special guests.

Oli Bayliss will be on hand for the first episode, speaking about his recently signed contract to race a Ducati in the ASBK.

The first episode proudly features former FIM SGP World Champion and Australia Speedway legend Jason Doyle, ASBK rising star Desmosport Ducati’s Oli Bayliss, ProMX standout CDR Yamaha Monster Energy’s Luke Clout, and multiple ISDE and AORC Champion, Jessica Gardner.


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The AusMoto Show will run over 5 episodes throughout 2021 giving viewers a front row seat to the latest in motorcycle sport, exclusive interviews and inside opinions and reviews of upcoming MA National Championships and international competition for Australian riders around the World.

Be sure to tune into SBS this Sunday from 1pm to catch the first ever episode of the AusMoto Show.

“This year we have seen massive interest in our MA National Championships across ASBK, ProMX, AORC and speedway, which have seen significant crowds returned to the tracks again this year, as well as coming off one of the best years in motorcycle sales in 2020… The Show will showcase these high profile Championships and put a spotlight on MA’s other disciplines, as well as focus on growing a new audience to our sport here in Australia,” Mr Doyle said.


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The AusMoto Show will debut this Sunday at 1pm on SBS, which will also be followed by the first ever episode of the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXstore, TV show from 1.30pm-2.30pm.


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