HOUSE OF MOTORCYCLES RACING
Welcome to House of Motorcycles Racing
• Rider: Mitchell Hawksley.
• Owners: Simon & Merilyn Hrycyszyn. Lindelle Curran-Hrycyszyn.
• Pit Crew: Cameron Hicks
The Bike & Rider
House of Motorcycles Racing is a new team, only having our debut event in September 2023 where we finished 2nd in a Tasmanian state round at Symmons Plains Raceway, then having our second event in October at Baskerville Raceway where we won our first race as a team and were only half of a second off the 600cc lap record.
We come with a very competitive package straight off the bat with an ex-national series 2017 Yamaha R6 being piloted by our sponsored rider, multi-time state, inter-state & endurance champion, Mitch Hawksley.
Mitchell’s List of Racing Achievements from 2020 onwards.
•2020 Tasmanian State 600cc Champion.
•2020 TMCC 600cc Champion.
•2020 Michelin Motorworks2-hour Endurance race 600cc Champion.
•2020 Michelin Motorworks2-hour Endurance race Open Champion.
(First team in history to achieve both class wins on a 600cc bike).
•2020 First Tasmanian ever to win a motorcycle race at The Bend Motorsport Park (South Australia).
•2021 TMCC 600cc Champion
•2022 Tasmanian State 600cc Champion.
•2022 TMCC 600cc Champion.
•2022 SRCT 600cc Champion.
•2022 VRRC (Victoria) Pre-modern 600cc Champion.
•2022 Sydney 5-hour Team Endurance race 600cc Runner-up.
•2022 Sydney 200 Solo Endurance race 600cc Runner-up.
The Team Owners
Simon & Merilyn Hrycyszynand LindelleCurran-Hrycyszynare the proud owners of House of Motorcycles Racing. Simon is the owner of Richardson’s Harley-Davidson, Iron Horse Bar & Grill and of course, House of Motorcycles.
Simon has been in the motorcycle industry for of 45 years. He has built his whole motorcycle and bar facility from the ground up, starting out underneath his Fathers house, all the way back in 1973.
Our Racing Plans for 2024
Our aim is to complete a full season in Tasmania while competing in many other states for future track knowledge as we hope to be competing in the Australian Superbike Championship full-time within the next 2-3 years.
There are currently no Tasmanian competitors in the Australian Superbike Championship and has not been for over a decade. (Competing in any racing events outside of Tasmania in 2024 will be determined by the amount of sponsorship funding and dates not clashing with our first full season racing in Tasmania).
We are currently looking for sponsors for our 2024 season for racing in Tasmania and in the Interstate rounds and Australian Super Bikes.
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