The cream of Australia's off-road competitors head to Dungog on the weekend for the 2020 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship.
Dungog hosts rounds three and four of the series with E2 champion Daniel Milner (KTM Enduro Racing Team), E3 champion Daniel Sanders (Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team) and record-breaking women's champion Jessica Gardiner (Yamaha Ballards MXstore Off-Road Racing Team) among the starters.
Local hopes will be led by Josh Green.
Dungog Motorcycle Club president Trent Lean said the Enduro format was the same as last year juniors on one side of the property and the seniors on the other.
"We've changed it up from last year but again, it's a similar format and order as riders have previously experienced. This is done especially to maximise ride times on the tests," Lean said.
Lean said changes were designed to improve the experience for competitors and spectators.
"We've also taken on board that not having a control in the bush was fairly demanding on the riders, so what we've done in response to this is given them more time in the control which means they won't have to travel as fast on the trail, plus we've given them a bit more time in the pits," he said.
"So it's made it safer for the general public who might be driving through the forest because the riders are less pressed for time compared to last year, whilst also giving the riders more time in the paddock."
The event has been a huge undertaking by the Dungog Motorcycle Club.
"It's a big deal for us and we hope everyone appreciates the time and effort our club has put in," Lean said.
"We're the only club in Australia that do this two-day Enduro and when you consider that it takes up five weeks to set up and three to pack down."