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Kamfari four-hour enduro | Off-Road | Sport

If the A4DE was too dusty for your air filter, then perhaps the Northern Territory’s Kamfari four-hour enduro is more your bag.

Hailed as the muddiest enduro in Australia, the Kamfari will be hosted by the Darwin Motorcycle Club at Cox Peninsula, just a short drive from Darwin, on Sunday
6 May.

Entries are filling up fast, so contact the club if you are keen on having a shot at the title, along with the coveted buffalo-horns trophy awarded to the winner.

Now in its 47th year, the Kamfari attracts all levels of riders from around Australia looking for a unique and challenging experience. Mud, and lots of it.

Kye Anderson (pictured) came so close to taking the title last year but was beaten by the Territory’s own Chris Warwick, who recently completed the 1134km Baja 1000 and is keen to defend his title in the swamps of the Cox Peninsula.

Spectators are well catered for with viewing areas so close to the track you can taste it!

Helicopter rides are available for those wanting to avoid the mud and view the entire track.

By Max Sullivan