Andrew is NSW based, he has a passion and desire to put a national association together for recreational trail bike riding.
Spending the last 3 years researching and advocating for riders, Andrew's background includes leadership, strategic planning and risk management.
He is a self employed consultant specialising in WHS.
Greg is at ground zero in regard to liaising with riders.
Greg has extensive experience in the off-road motorcycling scene, organizing both recreational and racing events.
Greg promotes the Australian Hard Enduro Championship, the NSW Hard Enduro Championship, along with working with various clubs & councils throughout Australia for the betterment of the sport & riders.
Daryl has qualifications and is licensed in driving and riding instruction, workplace health & safety, training and assessment, high rise building and construction, and business. Over the years Daryl has developed many successful car and motorcycle clubs, including the only not for profit motorcycle training organisation and the only motorcycle focused charity in Australia. Daryl is responsible for developing the only successful alternative motorcycle sport and recreation body to exist in Australia and is the Executive Officer of the AMA clubs including the Association of Motorcycle and Automobile Clubs Ltd, the Australian Motor Association Ltd, the Australian Motorist Association Ltd and the Australian Motorcyclist Association Ltd.
Don Martin is a racer and rider who is involved with the State Trails Reference Group (WA) and the State Offroad Vehicle Committee (WA) and Recreational Trailbike Riders Association of Western Australia (RTRA).
RTRA has been formed around four key objectives:
- To have safer, legal off-road riding opportunities for recreational trail bike riders of all ages.
- To encourage responsible and safe riding attitudes, including minimising social and environmental damage and how this helps keep riding areas open.
- To actively pursue the needs of trail bike riders with State and Local Government, landowners and other stakeholders.
- To improve the perception of trail bike riding as a recreational activity