Key Time, Classes & Fees
Key Time: 10:00 a.m. (Registration closes at 9:30 a.m.)
*All 2023 rule changes/additions in red
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)
Vintage *Check with individual clubs to see if this class will be offered
ACES Membership Card: No longer required after 2013
Points classes: min. $70 entry (Points & Awards)
Sportsman, vintage, and dual sport classes (non-points): $60 entry — No points or awards
Race Format & Scoring
The racer must enter by their name on their AMA card. (If your name on your AMA card is William Smith. Do not enter the race as Billy Smith.) You must also be sure to list your bike brand.
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.
Except for the assigned AA rows, all rider numbers will be drawn. For riders wishing to ride together, one rider will draw for all riders. If the row is not empty, the closest empty row will be assigned. Only the assigned AA rider’s slot and one additional rider slot will be reserved. It may be released if not claimed by Wednesday prior to the event. *Not applicable to national events that are co-sanctioned.
Sportsman riders will be mixed in with other rows. (Take them under your wing and teach them the ropes.)
It is at the hosting club’s discretion to perform tech inspection at each event. Closed-course events do not require a headlight, taillight or license plate. At all other events, the appearance of legality is at the club’s discretion. Ultimately, it is the rider’s responsibility to follow applicable laws. All bikes are subject to AMA sound test standards. The club retains the right to refuse entry.
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.