-Recreational riding, excessive speeds and/or racing in the pits will not be allowed.
-Helmets MUST be worn at all times at Jeeps while operating a bike or quad.
-We recommend you have a fire extinguisher at your disposal.
-You must affix the assigned practice # to your number plate in order to practice.
-It is YOUR responsibility to make your scheduled practice time.
-Vintage=1975 or older (except the 375 class which is 1979 and older).
-Twin shocks; no upside down forks
-Must have working tether strap.
-No visible/working lights.
-Open Amateur: flat track tires recommended.
-Pro quads: flat track tires ONLY.
All Equipment must have:
-working kill switch/compression release.
-drain plugs safety wired.
-folding footrests and be non-skid/rubber covered.
-control levers w/ ball ends
-exhaust extending straight back or up.
-working rear brake; no front brake
-3 number plates (bikes), 2 quads; must be securely fastened-NO FLAPPING.
-no kickstand (or kickstand wired up)
Any machine leaking fluid(s) will not be allowed on the track.
-Helmet: Full coverage/full face; manufacturer certified with sticker stating DOT standard 2000, Snell M2000 or higher rating.
-Shatterproof eye protection.
-Proper protective gear (includes a long sleeve jersey or jacket)
-Boots must be worn by all riders.
-Lineup orders for heats determined by drawing at sign in, lowest getting first choice.
-Rider is responsible for reporting to staging area on time. If you cannot make it to the staging area, report to a race official and you will be given an additional 2 minutes to make the start. Anyone reporting late to the starting line (without notifying an official) may lose their starting position.
-Three (3) feet between machines at the line.
-Jumping: Front tires must be between the two starting lines. If a front tire touches the front line before the flag is thrown that rider will be moved to the penalty line and their spot will not be filled.
-Starting positions for the Main will be determined by finish in the heats.
-If you need to change bikes from the one you qualified, notify an official and you will be allowed to start from the penalty line. Failure to notify an official will result in disqualification.
-A bike/quad is "qualified" after it receives its first green flag drop.
-Qualified machines that enter the pits during a red flag may be disqualified.
-Red flag-Races red flagged before 2 laps are scored will be a complete restart. After 2 laps are scored a single file restart will occur.
-A race may be restarted if all riders do not complete the first lap.
-At the referee's discretion, a race may be called if at least 60% of the race is completed. Riders will be scored according to the last completed lap.
-If a rider causes 2 race stoppages that rider may be sent to the pits for the remainder of that race.
-Any rider who endangers an official, other riders or the public may be disqualified immediately and/or permanently.
-Minimum age for Vintage classes is 30.
-Any rider holding an active pro license (raced an AMA pro race within the last year) cannot race any vintage class.
-No rider may participate in an amateur and pro class at the same event.
A protest must be made within thirty (30) minutes of the final race for the class in question, in writing to the referee with cash in hand. Teardown fees: $400 four strokes; $300 two strokes. If deemed illegal the protester will get teardown fee back. If deemed legal, the protested keeps teardown fee.
**These rules are subject to change.**
50cc, up to 8 years old **
65cc, 6-12 years old
85cc, 7-15 years old**
**Must be within the age limits on March 1 of the racing season.
150cc,stock appearing (except tirend pipes), air cooled, 4 stroke, no age limit
250cc modern, no age limit
400cc Vintage, '79 and older, no age limit
Vintage open, '75 and older*
Vet 40+ (modern okay)
Quad open amateur
Quad open pro
* Vintage riders must be 30 years of age as of the date of competition