Important Information

2022 Rules

Key Time, Classes & Fees

Key Time: 10:00 a.m. (Registration closes at 9:30 a.m.)
*All 2020 rule changes/additions in red

Points Classes
AA (86cc-Up)
200 A (86cc-200cc)
200 B (86cc-200cc)
250 A (201cc-250cc)
250 B (201cc-250cc)
Open A (251cc-Up)
Open B (251cc-Up)
30+ A (86cc-Up)
30+ B (86cc-Up)
40+ A (86cc-Up)
40+ B (86cc-Up)
50+ A (86cc-Up)
50+ B (86cc-Up)
60+ A/B (86cc-Up)
65+ A/B (86cc-Up)
15-29 C (86cc-Up)
30+ C (86cc-Up)
Women’s (86cc-Up)

Non-Points Classes
Vintage *Check with individual clubs to see if this class will be offered

Race Fees
ACES Membership Card: No longer required after 2013

Points classes: $60 entry (Points & Awards)

Sportsman, vintage, and dual sport classes (non-points): $45 entry — No points or awards

Race Format & Scoring

Race Format
The series is sanctioned by the AMA and will run according to AMA traditional timekeeping enduro rules and restart format enduro rules, depending on discretion of each individual club. View the AMA Rulebook.

Row Assignments
Except for the assigned AA rows, all rider numbers will be drawn. Riders wishing to ride together – one rider will draw for all riders. If row is not empty, the closest empty row will be assigned. The AA riders must notify the club no later than Wednesday night before the event, if they will require additional numbers on their row, and identify the riders that are riding with them. Without notification, only the AA rider’s number (not the row) will be reserved, and may be released if not claimed by 8:00 a.m. on the day of the event.

For events with pre-entry, the following MUST occur, NO LATER THAN the Wednesday before the event:.

Riders that want to ride on AA row with said rider MUST pre-enter the event and signify to us that they are riding with that particular rider. The AA rider should notify us, identifying their row mates by name and AMA #. If the AA rider does not pre-enter, only their number (not the row) will be held until 8:00 a.m. on the day of the event. After 8:00 a.m., it may become available in the draw. If AA rider doesn’t ride, the other rider’s will be treated as any other pre-entry.

Sportsman riders will be mixed in with other rows. (Take them under your wing and teach them the ropes.)

Tech Inspection
Bikes must pass tech inspection at each event. We will be looking for headlight, taillight, license plate and sound test (2-Stroke 96db, 4-Stroke 94db). Expect to see the same Tech Crew at each event, so be prepared.

Scoring at the Race
If you’re unable to finish a race, but made it to the first check, be sure to turn in your scorecard to a club member BEFORE you leave the event. You could still receive points.

Once the protest period is over at the enduro, the scores for that event final. It’s possible that mistakes happen in the key-in process with manual score cards, but after the referee calls the end of protest period the results are finalized. It’s the racer’s responsibility to stay and make sure the score is correct. If a racer chooses to leave before the end of the protest period, that’s their choice. Scores will not be changed when the racer gets home later and realizes something has been keyed in wrong. Results cannot be changed after the protest period is over and awards have been handed out.

Points & Advancement

Points System
Class and overall points will be calculated using the scale below. A club member will receive points equal to their highest class and overall points for working their club’s event – effective 2014. We have developed a program that will automatically calculate (and recalculate) a club member’s worker points after each event. This will prevent someone from “sneaking in on you” for the class awards. Everyone should know where they are at all times.

We encourage rider participation in event organization, however we will not provide worker points to someone for showing up to “help” run a check. We hope that this point system will allow others to consider joining a club without fear of forfeiting the chance of winning their class. Each club will notify the ACES Scorekeeper in advance of their event with a list of club members that have been assisting in layout and desire worker points. If a rider’s club has more than one event in a year, and the rider works to prepare for the event/works the event, the rider will earn worker points for each event.

In order to qualify for ACES year-end awards, all enduro riders must be active, working club members of an ACES club. First year ACES riders shall be exempt. A rider must ride five (5) or more events to be considered for year-end awards (not including worker points). You will have one (1) throw-away race – meaning your lowest event score will be thrown out at the end of the season – for your class points. No throw-away race for the overall points.

If you see a mistake in the points listed on the website (meaning a human error in the input after the race, not a protest of placement), you must notify Mike Copsey no later than one week after the event that you have a discrepancy with.

Any questions regarding points should be directed to: ACES Scorekeeeper

Points Scale
All classes will be calculated on the 20 point scale regardless of number of entrants.

Finish Position / Points
1st / 20
2nd / 16
3rd / 13
4th / 11
5th / 10
6th / 9
7th / 8
8th / 7
9th / 6
10th / 5
11th / 4
12th / 3
13th / 2
14th / 1

All ties in final points will be broken as follows:
-Rider with the most 1st place finishes.
-Then, the most 2nd place finishes if needed.
-Then, the most 3rd place finishes etc.
-If still tied, the winner of the last head to head competition will prevail.

Advancement to AA:
-ACES will advance the top 10% of the A class to AA for the coming season.
-Advancement will be based on the average A attendance for the year. ACES will always round the average up to the next whole number.

Advancement from B to A class is based off of the AMA advancement list. View the AMA advancement.

C class riders will advance as follows:
-Winning the C class for the year
-Two or more class wins
-Self-promotion to B