VICMOW is a ride on lawn mower racing club with members located all around Victoria
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Lawn mower racing is a great family sport, many of our mower racing members are from the same family.

You may remember seeing Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup racing around on ride on lawn mowers at Bathurst, those racing lawn mowers actually belong to TJ Racing who are members of VICMOW   The racing lawn mower used in all the promotional footage from the Vodafone Mower challenge can still be seen looking the same today as it did then, competing in C Class, the A Class racing lawn mower of Marty Saunders is the one that was used by Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup.

Looking for something different for your next fundraiser? Why not consider having VICMOW and their super modified racing lawn mowers come and have a race for you, we can help with race track design and set up and be an event on our own or in conjunction with a show n shine or something else.

Don't be fooled by the look of these racing lawn mowers, they are super modified and have motor bike engines in them. We have four classes starting with the Juniors who run 110cc engines, C Class running up to 200cc motors, B Class run up to 250cc and A Class who run up to 450cc motors.

To get involved with the sport of supermodified ride on lawn mower racing in Victoria, contact us and we'll help get you started.

Australia's first mower race was dreamt up in a small, country pub in Harrietville Victoria in 1988. Five men challenged each other to a race around the local hills of the area after an alcohol-related argument. They chugged up the steep slopes belching smoke from their unmodified Briggs and Strattons , rounded a nominated gum tree, then flew down in "Angel Gear" - Australian outback slang for neutral - to the finish line. "Half the town's 100 people, 300 sheep and 150 dogs were there," according to Brian Ross, six-time president of AROLMRA.




VICMOW is a ride on lawn mower racing club with members located all around Victoria
.
Lawn mower racing is a great family sport, many of our mower racing members are from the same family.

You may remember seeing Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup racing around on ride on lawn mowers at Bathurst, those racing lawn mowers actually belong to TJ Racing who are members of VICMOW   The racing lawn mower used in all the promotional footage from the Vodafone Mower challenge can still be seen looking the same today as it did then, competing in C Class, the A Class racing lawn mower of Marty Saunders is the one that was used by Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup.

Looking for something different for your next fundraiser? Why not consider having VICMOW and their super modified racing lawn mowers come and have a race for you, we can help with race track design and set up and be an event on our own or in conjunction with a show n shine or something else.

Don't be fooled by the look of these racing lawn mowers, they are super modified and have motor bike engines in them. We have four classes starting with the Juniors who run 110cc engines, C Class running up to 200cc motors, B Class run up to 250cc and A Class who run up to 450cc motors.

To get involved with the sport of supermodified ride on lawn mower racing in Victoria, contact us and we'll help get you started.

Australia's first mower race was dreamt up in a small, country pub in Harrietville Victoria in 1988. Five men challenged each other to a race around the local hills of the area after an alcohol-related argument. They chugged up the steep slopes belching smoke from their unmodified Briggs and Strattons , rounded a nominated gum tree, then flew down in "Angel Gear" - Australian outback slang for neutral - to the finish line. "Half the town's 100 people, 300 sheep and 150 dogs were there," according to Brian Ross, six-time president of AROLMRA.


                    ABOUT US
The Victorian Mower Racing Association (VicMow) is a not for profit organisation designed for lawn mower racers, by lawn mower racers. VicMow was founded in 2014 by a group of like minded people based on the core values of fun, friendship, integrity, sportsmanship and respect. Our sole focus is on providing affordable family friendly entertainment for both the competitors and the local communities, who benefit from these events.......


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Special Thanks to
our Sponsors
 
  Camperdown College Lawn Mower Racing Team.
VicMow are delighted to announce that Camperdown College will be continuing on with their project this year, a race date has already been locked in, watch this space for further information. If anyone would like further information about his project or how your school can get on board please contact us. You can have a look at their project here....
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© VICMOW 2014 - 2016

We provide racers, their families and friends
the opportunity to get involved with competitive     racing that is fun, friendly and affordable, whilst helping raise valuable funds for local Community groups and organisations..........
For Communities and Organisations we provide an entertaining display of competitive racing like you’ve not seen before, our sport is unique or different and that is the draw card, people are never sure quite what to expect when they hear the phrase lawn mower racing, but they are never disappointed once seeing it..........
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This year, VicMow has
helped raise over

$25,600

for Local Communities

Total funds to date:
$85,800
      VicMow is proud to support the following Community groups and Organisations

Rotary Club of Koo Wee Rup - Lang Lang                                                           Camperdown College

Maffra Show Society                                                                                Moe Apex/Lions Club

              Australian Tractor Pullers Association                                                     Neerim and District Show Society

                         Churchill Family Fun Day                                                                       Longford Good Friday Family Day
 
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