Join us for the 2019 Enduro Cross Event at the Jackson County Expo on January 25th & 26th, 2019.

At the Jackson county Expo: 1 Peninger Rd, Central Point, OR 97502


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Event Schedule

FRIDAY
REGISTRATION 12-3:00 PM
3:15 Riders meeting at start and track walk.
AFTERNOON PRACTICE – 3 LAPS
3:35 Women
3:45 Beginner
3:55 EMS
4:05 WOMEN
4:15 Beginner
4:25 EMS
4:35 Youth 85 cc
4:55 Youth 50 cc
5:05
TRACK CLOSED FOR REPAIRS 5:15
RACE ORDER

POSTED

5:30
EVENING SCHEDULE
5:45 RIDERS MEETING AT START
6:15 TRACK WALK WITH PUBLIC
7:00 EMS – Moto 1
7:10 Beg – Moto1
7:20 Women – Moto 1
7:30 Youth 85 – Moto 1
7:40 Youth 50 – Moto 1
7:50 Pee Wee
8:00 EMS – Moto 2
8:10 Beg – Moto 2
8:20 Women – Moto 2
8:30 Youth 85 – Moto 2
8:40 Youth 50 – Moto 2
9:00 Raffle
9:30 Main Event – 6 laps. Top 2 compete in Pro.
10:00 Building Closes
SATURDAY
REGISTRATION 12-3:00 PM
3:15 Riders meeting at start and track walk.
AFTERNOON PRACTICE – 3 LAPS
3:35 Amateur – Group 1
3:45 Amateur – Group 2
3:55 Vet
4:05 Pro
4:15 Amateur – Group 1
4:25 Amateur – Group 2
4:35 Pro
4:55
5:05
TRACK CLOSED FOR REPAIRS 5:15
RACE ORDER POSTED 5:30
EVENING SCHEDULE
5:45 RIDERS MEETING AT START
6:15 TRACK WALK WITH PUBLIC
7:00 Am – Group 1 Top 4 transfer to main
7:10 Am – Group 2 Top 4 transfer to main
7:20 Vet Top 4 transfer to main
7:30 Pro Top 4 transfer to main
7:40 Foot Race $100 for winner – 16

year old min. $5 bucks per entry

7:50 Am – Group 1 Top 4 transfer to main
8:00 Am – Group 2 Top 4 transfer to main
8:10 Vet Top 4 transfer to main
8:20 Pro Top 4 transfer to main
8:30 AM – Main – 8 laps Top 2 compete in Pro
8:45 Vet Main – 8 laps Top 2 compete in Pro
9:00 Raffle
9:30 Pro Main – 8 laps
10:00 Building Closes
  1. PeeWee – 50cc max up to 4 years –
    • Friday night only
    • No practice – 2 lap race – Top 3 to podium for awards after
  1. Youth 50 cc max – up to 8 years –
    • 2 moto format Friday – Top 3 to podium for awards after 2nd
    • 3 laps per
  1. Youth 110 cc max – up to 12 years –
    • 2 moto format Friday – Top 3 to podium for awards after 2nd
    • 3 laps per
  1. Women – 13 Years and older – 125 cc
    • 2 moto format Friday – Top 3 to podium for awards after 2nd
    • 5 laps per race
    • Top three compete at main event on Friday with beginner and
  1. Beginner – 13 Years and older – 125 cc
    • Never been on the podium in any motorcycle
    • 2 moto format Friday – Top 3 to podium for awards after 2nd
    • 5 Laps per race
    • Top three compete at main event on Friday with women and
  1. EMS – Must be in the emergency services – show id or badge
    • 2 moto format Friday – Top 3 to podium for awards after 2nd
    • 5 Laps per race
    • Top three compete at main event on Friday with beginner and women
  1. Amateurs – Never been on the top 5 of any expert/pro endurocross type
    • Saturday Only
    • 13 Years and older – 125 cc
    • 2 Heat races and main event
    • 5 Laps per race
    • Top 4 transfer to main, top to can compete in pro main
  1. Vets – anyone over 35 years of age or older
    • Saturday Only
    • 13 Years and older – 125 cc
    • 2 Heat races and main event
    • 5 Laps per race
    • Top 4 transfer to main, top 2 can compete in pro main
  1. Pro/AA – Must have placed in the top 5 of any expert/pro endurocross type event
    • Saturday Only
    • Bring results for proof of
    • 2 Heat races and main event
    • 5 Laps per race
    • Top 4 transfer to
  1. Foot race – must be 13 years

Rider Registration

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Rules

  • Racers can sign up for 2 classes each day
  • Bike numbers If there are duplicates A letter will be added to plate.
  • Scoring will be a combination of electric and
  • 13 years minimum for adult
  • 125 cc minimum for adult
  • Tech Inspection Required before
  • Not required to practice in order to
  • Trials tires are ok to
  • Gaining advantage by cutting course or using edge of course will lose 1
  • Un-sportsmanlike conduct will be
  • Pits are open to public, track is only open to pubic during track

General Info for All Classes:

Equipment:

a.) All motorcycle power and propulsion systems are allowed. Pressurized Oxidizing Systems (NOX) are forbidden, Final determination of acceptance of a power train will be the responsibility of the AMA Referee.
b.) Substituting motorcycles, anytime during the event, is allowed. Substituting motorcycles during an individual race is forbidden.
c.) Off-Road straps for the seat and/or lower triple clamp is recommended in all classes.

Course Cutting:

a.) During competition (Including Timed Practices), should a rider deviate around an obstacle or set of obstacles, or cut inside a lane or corner marker, a time or position penalty may be assessed by the AMA Referee.
b.) During competition (Including Timed Practices), should a rider deviate around an obstacle or set of obstacles, or cut inside a lane or corner marker, more than three times in one lap, the lap may not be counted.
c.) During competition (Including Timed Practice), should a rider deviate around obstacles, or cut inside a lane or corner marker, on multiple laps, the rider may be disqualified from that race.

Starts:
All gates must be filled, 2nd row starters (if any) must line up behind furthest outside gates (i.e.; if there are 10 gates and 12 riders in a race, riders 11 & 12 will line up behind the riders gated in positions 9 & 10). Additionally, 2nd row starters must line up directly behind the bike in the 1st row and their front tire must stay behind the rear tire of the 1st row bike until the gate is dropped. Failure to follow this direction may result in lap and or position penalties.

Restarts:

In case of a race stoppage:

(1) Less than 3 laps completed by the leader, bikes are sent back to the starting gate in original line-up order for complete Re-Start.

(2) If the race is stopped with 3 laps completed by the leader and less than 90% of the total distance completed by the race leader, rounded down to the nearest whole number of laps, bikes are placed in staggered start according to current running order. The lap in which the red flag was thrown will not be considered a complete lap. Upon restart no passing until going through check point. Remaining laps are to be completed.

(3) If 90% of laps are completed by race leader before race is stopped, race is considered complete and finish order is based on scoring (15 lap race x .90% = 13 laps, 6 lap race x 90% = 5, 5 lap race x .90% = 4, 4 lap race x .90% = 3).

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