Race Classifications

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TERMINATOR

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For young beginner riders (Ages 5-9)

  • 50cc two-stroke, 90cc four-stroke
  • No manual clutches
  • Up to 90cc four-stroke 
  • Up to 50cc two-stroke

50 CUP

  • 50 CUP
  • 50 CUP

The purpose of the 50 Cup class is to provide fun competitive racing at a very low cost.

  • 50cc four-stroke (PW50 and JR50 are the ONLY exceptions)
  • Stock OEM chassis
  • No manual clutches
  • Motor must remain stock, except exhaust may be changed
  • Ergonomics (triple trees, pegs, handlebars, seat, controls) may be changed
  • Wheel spokes may be replaced
  • Street tires must be used
  • Front suspension may be changed internally
  • Rear shock may be replaced

50 STOCK

  • 50 STOCK
  • 50 STOCK
  • 50 STOCK
  • 50 STOCK
  • 50 STOCK
  • One bike, many classes.  Bring out your inner Rossi. The purpose of the 50 Stock class is to provide very competitive racing at a very low cost. All 50 Stock class motorcycles must be or have been street legal in any nation. 

  • 50cc Two-Stroke Novice
  • D-Store Dainese Expert (16 lap - single race)
  • Vet (25 years old and up)
  • “Junior” (24 years old and younger)

  • Race bike must maintain all stock components except:
  • Wear items (brake pads, clutch springs/plates, reeds, hardware) may be replaced.
  • Ergonomics (clip-ons, pegs/rearsets, throttle tube, levers, shift pattern) may be replaced.
  • Oil pump and reservoir tank, kickstarter, speedometer and cable, airbox/filter may be removed.
  • Brake lines, countershaft and rear sprockets, fork internals and rear shock may be changed.
  • Installation of a steering damper is allowed.
  • Wiring harness may be trimmed.
  • Engine swaps are allowed, but both frame and engine must be stock OEM.

FORMULA 100

  • FORMULA 100
  • FORMULA 100
  • FORMULA 100
  • FORMULA 100

For the budget racers who want great battles with little maintenance

100/125cc four-stroke, 50cc two-stroke

Stock

Race bike must maintain all stock components unless explicitly stated:

  • 125cc four-stroke. (Engines other than stock 125cc may not be modified beyond 100cc).
  • 50cc two-stroke
  • Engine may be swapped into any street legal frame
  • Stock carburetor 
  • airbox/filter may be removed.
  • Stock brakes
  • Stock forks (Internal modifications allowed)
  • Wear items (brake pads, clutch springs/plates, hardware) may be replaced.
  • Ergonomics (Handlebars, pegs/rearsets, throttle tube, levers, brush guards) may be replaced.
  • Aftermarket exhaust and wheels are allowed.

Mod

  • Any bike that fits displacement limits, but does not fit in Stock class.
  • GROM

    • GROM
    • GROM
    • GROM

    A class designed specifically for the Honda Grom MX125

    125cc four-stroke

      Stock

    • Race bike must maintain all stock components except:
    • Must remove all parts required for street-legal riding (turn signals, mirrors, lights, rear
    • fender/plate, etc.)
    • Aftermarket rearsets, pegs, levers, clip-ons, brake lines, tires allowed.
    • Mod

    • Any Grom that does not fit in Stock class.

    65GP

    • 65GP
    • 65GP
    • 65GP
    • 65GP

    For the racers who need a little more go.

    65cc two-stroke, 125cc four-stroke

    Open regulations, but must meet displacement limits:

    • 65cc two-stroke
    • 125cc four-stroke

    85GP

    • 85GP
    • 85GP
    • 85GP
    • 85GP
    For the racers who need a little more go. Open regulations, but must meet displacement limits: 85cc two-stroke, 150cc four-stroke

    Stock 150 Motard

    • Stock 150 Motard
    • Stock 150 Motard
    • Stock 150 Motard
    • Stock 150 Motard

    150cc four-stroke. Period.

    Race bike must maintain all stock components except:

    • Wear items (brake pads, clutch springs/plates, hardware) may be replaced.
    • Ergonomics (clip-ons, pegs, throttle tube, levers, brush guards) may be replaced.
    • Kickstarter, airbox/filter may be removed.
    • Brake lines, countershaft and rear sprockets, fork internals and rear shock may be changed.
    • Aftermarket Brakes, 17” wheels and triple clamps may be installed

    Sport BIke

    • Sport BIke
    • Sport BIke
    • Sport BIke
    • Sport BIke

    A race class for all 250cc/300cc class sportbikes.
    Restricted to four stroke bikes up to 320cc offered as street legal in the United States

    Race bike must maintain all stock components except:

    • Wear items (brake pads, clutch springs/plates, hardware) may be replaced.
    • Ergonomics (clip-ons, pegs/rearsets, throttle tube, levers, shift pattern) may be replaced.
    • Brake lines, countershaft and rear sprockets, fork internals and rear shock and linkage may be changed.
    • Stock air box is required. Filter may be removed or replaced.
    • Exhaust may be replaced with an aftermarket model.
    • A "piggy-back" ECU may be added.
    • Center stand MUST be removed.

    OPEN GP

    • OPEN GP
    • OPEN GP
    • OPEN GP
    • OPEN GP
    • OPEN GP
    • OPEN GP
    The class to let it all out. Run what you brung!} Up to 125cc two-stroke Up to 390cc four-stroke (street legal chassis only) Up to 549cc four-stroke single cylinder motards

    ROAD WARRIOR

    * Advanced Riders Only! An original M1GP class for a taste of something different.

    This unique racing class will be a single race class; run the same as the other classes. Qualifying will be done based on lap-times set throughout the weekend. Road Warrior will always be the last race of the day.
    HOW IT WORKS: A Road Warrior race will begin with a grid of bikes with the slowest lap-times at the front of the grid with each rider after the first, being given an individual green flag after the calculated deficit time has elapsed, with the rider and bike with the fastest recorded lap-time for the day going last. In theory, it will make for an exciting ending and require everyone to ride without making a mistake in order to maintain their chance to win the Road Warrior race.