Minikhana is an entry point to the sport for youth participants, where the emphasis is on safe and fair competitions where skill, is the determining factor to success.
A typical Minikhana event features a series of competitive Events – requiring riders to navigate the course in a predetermined pattern or shape, utilising braking, cornering, and acceleration techniques to manoeuvre the bike.
Minikhana events are a great way for youth to engage in the sport, and learning the basic skills required in other racing disciplines.
What you need to get started
Minikhana motorcycles are the Junior versions of those used in competitive Motocross events, ranging from 50cc to 100cc 2-stroke and 50 to 150cc 4-stroke, with age groups ranging from 4 years to 16 years. An entry-level PW50 or equivalent motorcycle can be purchased for as little as $2,200 new, making this a safe and affordable entry into Motorcycle sport.