Do you like riding, driving or watching Motorbikes, cars, Buggies, Quads and Motorbikes with Sidecars?

Well if so you need to be in Condobolin on the 30th March till 1st April 2018 for the biggest and best off road navigational rally held in NSW. Celebrating 30 years of this amazing event.

What is the Condo 750?

The Condo 750 is an annual off road navigational rally for Motorbikes, Cars, Buggies, Quads and Motorbikes with Sidecars held on the 2nd weekend in April. The event attracts competitors from all over Australia including Dakar riders Jake Smith and Rod Faggoter, Australian Safari winners, Todd Smith and Damien Grabham, as well as numerous other riders and whose aim is just to finish the gruelling 750 km track. Autos compete as 2WD, 4WD or buggies and boast local and interstate competitors. Motos compete as two wheeler, Quad or our newest addition the Motorbike with Sidecar class.

Condobolin has great free camping facilities at the SRA grounds and Gum Bend Lake. Admission is free to all official Condo 750 events held over the weekend so grab the family and come to Condo for a great weekend of racing entertainment.
What happens over the weekend?
Friday

Competitors arrive in Condobolin at the SRA grounds on the Friday. Scrutineering will take place around the oval of the SRA grounds from 9am – 12pm, with a prologue to commence from 12:30pm.
Competitors will sign on and pick up their maps for the Saturday’s racing.

This family friendly event is the place to start your weekend of adventure. With the competitor’s machines being lined up inside the sports oval to give everyone the opportunity to get up close and personal with competitors and their machines. Get up close to the action talk with your favourite crew and check out their machine!
Official Condo 750 Merchandise will be available for sale. Free posters will be available so make sure you get your favourite competitors to give you their autograph! Condo 750 have caterers on hand at the SRA grounds to make sure everyone is feed and happy and ready to go for the weekend of the event, along with a bar provided by the Railway hotel Condobolin and amazing coffee from Happy Daze.
Saturday

Saturday starts early, with the competitors leaving the SRA grounds from 6.30am, a great place to see the race rigs. Once out of Town competitors get onto the track with motos (Bikes and Quads) on one track and autos (Cars and Buggies) on the other.
The lunch stop will see competitors heading back to Vermont Hill, to meet their service crews for a quick pit stop and a bite to eat, curtesy of the Vermont Hill hall committee that make the best steak sandwiches in the district. Than back into racing to make their way back to town.
Racing wraps up in the afternoon with competitors arriving back at the Showgrounds by around 4pm. Once at the SRA grounds the vehicles are locked into the impound for the night. Watch the excitement as the teams frantically work on their gear to have it ready for the next day’s racing. The public are welcome to attend and watch from the sidelines however there will be no general public admission to the impound oval.
Sunday

On the Sunday the MOTOS and AUTOS swap tracks and its off in a different direction for some hard competition. Competitors will be leaving the SRA grounds from 7.30am a great place to see who has made it to day two!

The lunch stop will see competitors heading back to Vermont Hill, to meet their service crews for a quick pit stop and a bite to eat, curtesy of the Vermont Hill hall committee that make the best steak sandwiches in the district. Than back into racing to make their way back to town.
After a solid two days of racing the competitors will finish up and be back at the SRA grounds at around 4pm to wash up and attend the Presentation, which will be held at the SRA grounds new hall. This year we have taken it back to basic, offering meat and gravy rolls, bar facilities and a night under the stars.

Be sure to come along to the Presentation evening to find out who will win the 2018 30th Anniversary Condo 750.