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South Australian Trophy Teams look to overcome the odds at A4DE
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South Australian Trophy Teams look to overcome the odds at A4DE

South Australia is optimistic of a positive showing in the Trophy Team competition of the 2015 Yamaha Australian Four Day Enduro (A4DE) in Wynyard, Tasmania from October 19-24.

Although South Australia will be going without a Women’s Trophy team this year, SA A4DE Team Manager Kathryn Rothe says the experienced riders assembled for the Senior and Junior Trophy competitions were determined to make a good account of themselves.
“All of the riders want to be there, they want to achieve and they want to do well for themselves, the team and the state,” Rothe said.
“Three of our (senior) riders ride the vet class in SA, and all are committed to finishing and riding as a team, not as an individual.”
In a remarkable effort, Rothe says South Australia’s senior team has had to endure a number of obstacles just to reach the starting line of the A4DE.
“Adam Wright worked very hard to organise and run an SAORC (South Australian Off-Road Championship) round, but he got his bike stolen three weeks ago by thieves who got away,” Rothe said.
“The outpouring of support from the community and the SAORC riders was phenomenal. Riders offered their bikes, businesses offered support and a Facebook page was developed to help Adam get over to Tassie and do well.
“Leigh Bentley has won numerous trophies and awards over the years, but he changed the capacity of his bike so the team had a 250 in class, which means he gave up his new, faster, better bike so the team had an E1 in class, which is very commendable of Leigh. 
“Matt Robinson has been selected a number of times – I don’t have enough fingers and toes. It must be at least 20 rides and I believe he has finished everyone bar last year where he twigged his knee, but Matt is very level headed and will be a great mentor for the junior team as his experience is priceless.
“Adrian Harry is another one with plenty of international racing experience and has won many outstanding awards.”
Rothe was also confident of a good showing from the state’s youngsters after a disappointing campaign last year.
“SA put in a Junior team in 2014 for the first time in many years; unfortunately they did not finish, but we’re confident 2015 will be different,” Rothe said.
“This Junior team has an outstanding team of riders. All are committed, driven and want the same goal to finish.
“Todd Barry was the outright winner of the 2015 SAORC series and is an outstanding rider, while Luke Bunnik has ridden the A4DE and the bug has bitten him.
“Dale (Watson) is a quiet achiever who is always looking to do better and is growing his skills by the minute, while Harry (Norton) has had a bit of bad luck with injury in 2015 but is positive, supportive, conscientious, driven and has all good traits to be on the team.”

To stay up to date with all the news from the 2015 Yamaha Australian Four Day Enduro, make sure to visit the A4DE website and Facebook page.

South Australian Trophy Teams
Team Managers:
Kathryn Rothe
Senior Trophy Team
Rowan Waye 
Shaun Blenkiron 
Adam Wright 
Adrian Harry 
Leigh Bentley 
Matt Robinson 
Junior Trophy Team
Luke Bunnik 
Todd Barry 
Dale Watson 
Harry Norton 

Ben Rowles
Media and Communications
Motorcycling Australia
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