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  1. Introduction
  2. MA Structure
  3. General Competition Rules And Making Rule Changes
  4. Jurisdiction s
    1. 1.1 Definitions
    2. 1.2 Purpose of Rules
    3. 1.3 Repeal of Current Gcrs
    4. 1.4 by Laws
  5. Administration s
    1. 2.1 The Controlling Bodies
    2. 2.2 Sports Development Levy
    3. 2.3 Sports Development Account
    4. 2.4 Officials
  6. Licensing s
    1. 3.1 Licensing Requirements
    2. 3.2 Licensing General
    3. 3.3 Licensing Seniors
    4. 3.4 Licensing Juniors
    5. 3.5 Licensing Entrants
    6. 3.6 Licensing Speedway Mechanics
    7. 3.7 Licence Issuing And Renewals
    8. 3.8 Junior Coaching Program
  7. Competitions s
    1. 4.1 Venues
    2. 4.2 The Promotion And Conduct of Competitions
    3. 4.3 MA Events
    4. 4.4 Protocols
  8. Alternative Forms of Competition s
    1. 5.1 Alternative Activities
    2. 5.2 Venues Alternative Activities
    3. 5.3 Permits : Alternative Activities
    4. 5.4 Supplementary Regulations Alternative Activities
    5. 5.5 Licensing of Competitors Alternative Activities
    6. 5.6 Technical Specifications Alternative Activities
  9. Recreational Motorcycle Activity s
    1. 6.1 Purpose
    2. 6.2 Recreational Activities
    3. 6.3 Controlling Bodies Recreational Activities
    4. 6.4 Officials Recreational Activities
    5. 6.5 Venues Recreational Activities
    6. 6.6 The Promotion And Conduct of Recreational Activity
    7. 6.7 Permits Recreational Activities
    8. 6.8 Entries
    9. 6.9 Licensing of Participants
  10. Offences Protests And Appeals s
    1. 7.1 Offences
    2. 7.2 Protests
    3. 7.3 Appellate Bodies
    4. 7.4 Appeals
  11. Judicial Committee Guidelines s
    1. 8.1 MA Hearing Guidelines
  12. National Personal Accident Insurance s
    1. 12.1 Summary of Policy Coverage
    2. 12.2 Capital Benefits
    3. 12.3 Weekly Benefits
    4. 12.4 Definitions
  13. Road Racing s
    1. SECTION 13 A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 13 B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 13C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 13 D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
    5. SECTION 13 E: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS: SOLO CLASSES
    6. SECTION 13 F: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS: SIDECARS
    7. SECTION 13 G: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS: JUNIOR CLASSES
    8. SECTION 13 H: MINIMOTO
  14. Historic Road Racing s
    1. SECTION 14 A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 14 B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 14 C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 14 D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS: GENERAL
    5. SECTION 14E: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS: PERIOD
  15. Motocross And Supercross s
    1. SECTION 15 A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 15 B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 15 C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 15 D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  16. Classic Motocross And Dirt Track s
    1. SECTION 16 A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. Section 16 B Competition Classes
    3. SECTION 16 C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 16 D TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  17. Enduro And Reliability Trials s
    1. SECTION 17A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 17B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 17C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 17D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
    5. SECTION 17E: AUSTRALIAN FOUR-DAY ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIPS
  18. ATV s
    1. SECTION 18A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 18B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 18C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 18D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  19. Speedway s
    1. SECTION 19A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 19B: AUSTRALIAN SPEEDWAY CHAMPIONSHIP
    3. SECTION 19C: AUSTRALIAN TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
    4. SECTION 19D: COMPETITION RULES
    5. SECTION 19E: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  20. Dirt Track s
    1. SECTION 20A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 20B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 20C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 20D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  21. Track s
    1. SECTION 21A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 21B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 21C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 21D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  22. Supermoto s
    1. SECTION 22A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
    2. SECTION 22B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. Section 22c Competition Rules
    4. SECTION 22D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  23. Trial s
    1. SECTION 23A: AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
    2. SECTION 23B: COMPETITION CLASSES
    3. SECTION 23C: COMPETITION RULES
    4. SECTION 23D: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
    5. SECTION 23E: CLASS TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
  24. Minikhana s
    1. SECTION 24A: MINIKHANA CLASSES
    2. SECTION 24B: COMPETITION RULES
    3. SECTION 24C: TECHNICAL REGULATIONS
    4. SECTION 24D: MINIKHANA COURSES
  25. Policies s
    1. 25.1 Member Protection Policy
    2. 25.2 Anti-doping Policy
    3. 25.3 Anti Match-fixing Policy
    4. 25.4 Privacy Regulation
    5. 25.5 Occupational Health and Safety Policy
    6. 25.6 Environmental Sustainability Policy
    7. 25.7 National Team Selection Policy

Rules

SECTION 13 H: MINIMOTO


13.33 COMPETITION RULES

13.33.1 Minimoto: Grid Positions

13.33.1.1 There must be a maximum of five (5) riders per row with a minimum of one (1) metre between the riders; and
13.33.1.2 There must be a minimum of two (2) metres between rows.
13.33.1.3 No more than 30 riders may participate in each race.

13.33.2 Minimoto: Starting

13.33.2.1 Unless otherwise provided for in supplementary regulations, massed starts must be used.
13.33.2.2 Unless otherwise provided for in supplementary regulations, qualifying for starting positions must be held.
13.33.2.3 In the absence of qualifying, the Clerk of Course must allocate starting grid positions.

13.33.3 Minimoto: False Starts

13.33.3.1 Upon recommendation of the Clerk of Course, a board showing “Stop & Go” as well as the riding number will be shown at the finish area to the rider who made the false start.
13.33.3.2 The rider making the false start must:

  1. Go to the designated “Stop & Go” penalty zone,
  2. Bring their machine to a stop (the engine must not be turned off),
  3. Remain stationary for a full (5) seconds.
13.33.3.3 The rider may then re-join the race.
13.33.3.4 This procedure is under the strict control of the designated Marshals.

  1. If a rider fails to stop after being shown the Stop & Go board three (3) times, the rider will be black flagged,
  2. If more than one (1) rider is to be penalised, the riders will be signaled on subsequent laps.
  3. Where the Marshals have been unable to carry out the “Stop & Go” procedure before the end of the race, the rider will incur a time penalty of 15 seconds.

13.34 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: MINIMOTO

13.34.0.1 No competitor may practice, start or compete in any Minimoto competition unless wearing the following protective equipment and clothing:

13.34.1 Helmet

13.34.1.1 An approved and correctly fitting full-faced helmet which must comply with GCR 13.10.1.

13.34.2 Clothing: All classes other than Elite Open

13.34.2.1 Protective Clothing must consist of:

  1. Full leathers (one or two- piece),
  2. Minimoto race suits, or
  3. Motocross pants/jeans (Including body armour and knee sliders),
  4. A leather jacket must be worn in any class and while riding at any time.
13.34.2.2 A commercially manufactured back protector.

13.34.3 Clothing: Elite Open Classes

13.34.3.1 Protective Clothing must consist of:
13.34.3.2 A one-piece suit or jacket and trousers constructed of leather or other material of similar or greater durability.
13.34.3.3 Where jackets or one-piece suits are fitted with front opening slide fasteners, a safety strap must be fitted and secured at the neck.
13.34.3.4 A commercially manufactured back protector.

13.34.4 Footwear

13.34.4.1 Boots with ankle protection which must:

  1. Be constructed of leather or other material of similar or greater durability, but not constructed of rubber,
  2. At least overlap the suit or trousers when the rider is in the normal riding position,
  3. Not have soft leather soles.

13.34.5 Gloves

13.34.5.1 Gloves of leather or other material of similar or greater durability.

13.34.6 Goggles and Visors

13.34.6.1 Spectacles, protective goggles, helmet visors and/or “tear-offs” must be worn provided:

  1. Eye protectors and spectacles are made of non-shattering material,
  2. Eye protectors which cause visual disturbance are not to be used,
  3. Visors are an integral part of the helmet,
  4. Metal or Perspex face shields are not used,
  5. Eye shades or peaks are of a flexible material.

13.34.7 Hair and Jewellery

13.34.7.1 Hair longer than shoulder length must be confined in the helmet or jacket.
13.34.7.2 Body jewellery is to be removed or securely covered with tape prior to competition.

13.34.8 Footwear in Pits

13.34.8.1 Closed footwear must be worn in the pit lane at all times.

13.35 FRAMES AND PARTS: MINIMOTO AND MINIMOTARD

13.35.0.1 Minimotos must be fixed or rigid frames with no suspension.
13.35.0.2 Minimotos must have a working handlebar mounted engine kill-switch.
13.35.0.3 Foot pegs must be covered in plastic, rubber or nylon.

13.36.1 Tyres

13.36.1.1 Knobby tyres are only permitted in Minimotard classes.
13.36.1.2 Treaded road tyres may be used at any time.

13.36.2 Rims

13.36.2.1 Classes other than Minimotard – Rims must be 6.5″ diameter.
13.36.2.2 Minimotard classes – Rims other than 6.5″ diameter may be used.

13.36.3 Brakes

13.36.3.1 A pin or locknut must be fitted to the brake pad fixture. The safety wire used on the brake caliper bolts must be visible.
13.36.3.2 Brakes may be cable or hydraulically operated.
13.36.3.3 Handlebar levers must have ball ends with a minimum diameter of 10mm.

13.36 ENGINES: MINIMOTO AND MINIMOTARD

13.37.1 As per GCR 13.16 plus:

13.37.1.1 Lock wiring used on oil and water filler caps and drain plugs must be visible.
13.37.1.2 A non-return valve must be fitted to the tank breather pipe which must discharge into a catch tank with a minimum capacity of 100cc.
13.37.1.3 Other than Minimotards: Final drive must be single speed via a dry centrifugal clutch (adjustable allowable).
13.37.1.4 Minimotards may have manual or automatic gearboxes.
13.37.1.5 Minimotards must be fitted with a hose running from the crankcase breather into a catch tank with a minimum capacity of 200cc.
13.37.1.6 Fuel must not leak when machine is laid on each side. Use of an O-ring under cap permitted.

13.37.2 Minimoto

13.37.2.1 Junior riders (under 16 years) cannot compete with Senior riders
13.37.2.2 Seniors and Juniors Class 1: Basic CAG (Chinese air cooled copy of Italian original):

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Standard air-cooled CAG only,
  3. Crankshaft: Standard half circle CAG only,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals: Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Standard CAG only, maximum two intake & one exhaust port without modification, must be cast only,
  7. Coil: Standard CAG only,
  8. Timing key allowed,
  9. Flywheel: Standard without modification,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Maximum 15mm bore
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Standard CAG only,
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Machining: Porting, machining (including polishing) of barrel/head, crankcase, crankshaft, con-rod, piston or flywheel is NOT permitted,
  20. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.3 Seniors and Juniors Class 2: Pro CAG.

  1. Capacity: Up to 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Standard aircooled CAG only,
  3. Crankshaft: Open,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals: Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Open,
  7. Coil: Standard CAG only,
  8. Timing keyway allowed,
  9. Flywheel: Open,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Open,
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Open,
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Chain: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.4 Seniors and Juniors Class 3: Elite Aircooled.

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc aircooled only,
  2. Crankcase: Open,
  3. Crankshaft: Open,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Open,
  7. Coil: Open,
  8. Timing key: Open,
  9. Flywheel: Open,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Clutch Bell: Open,
  13. Carburettor: Open,
  14. Air filter: Open,
  15. Reed block: Open,
  16. Reeds: Material open,
  17. Exhaust system: Open,
  18. Tyres: Open,
  19. Gear ratios: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.5 Seniors and Juniors Class 4: Basic Chinese Watercooled:

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Chinese,
  3. Crankshaft: Chinese,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open
  6. Barrel / Head: Standard Chinese for that model,
  7. Coil: Standard Chinese,
  8. Timing key: Standard Chinese,
  9. Flywheel: Original Chinese,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Open,
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Standard Chinese, reed spacer accepted.
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Chinese made, but can be modified to suit application. Stinger/muffler open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Machining: Porting, machining (including polishing) of barrel/head, crankcase, crankshaft, con-rod, piston or flywheel is NOT permitted,
  20. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.6 Seniors and Juniors Class 5: Pro Chinese Watercooled:

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Chinese made,
  3. Crankshaft: Chinese made,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Barrel: Chinese made,
  7. Head: Open,
  8. Coil: Open,
  9. Timing key: Open,
  10. Flywheel: Open,
  11. Spark Plug: Open,
  12. Clutch: Open,
  13. Carburettor: Open,
  14. Air filter: Open,
  15. Reed block: Open,
  16. Reed Material: Open,
  17. Exhaust system: Open,
  18. Tyres: Open,
  19. Gear ratios: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.7 Seniors and Juniors Class 6: Elite Open 40cc:

  1. May be air or watercooled,
  2. Origin open, (may be Chinese or European made),
  3. Capacity: Maximum 40cc,
  4. Crankcase: Open,
  5. Crankshaft: Open, maximum 39.2mm stroke,
  6. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  7. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  8. Head/Barrel: Open,
  9. Coil: Open,
  10. Timing key: Open,
  11. Flywheel: Open,
  12. Spark Plug: Open,
  13. Clutch: Open,
  14. Clutch Bell: Open,
  15. Carburettor: Maximum 14mm. Must be marked as 14mm or less by OEM, or Carburetor must be sized before commencement of racing by the Clerk Of Course, then marked and sealed,
  16. Air filter: Open,
  17. Reed block: Open,
  18. Reeds: Material Open,
  19. Exhaust system: Open,
  20. Tyres: Open,
  21. Gear ratios: Open,
  22. Chain: Open,
  23. Machining: Open,
  24. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.8 Seniors and Juniors Class 7: Elite Open 50cc;

  1. May be air or watercooled,
  2. Origin open, (may be Chinese or European made),
  3. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  4. Crankcase: Open,
  5. Crankshaft: Open,
  6. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  7. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  8. Head/Barrel: Open,
  9. Coil: Open,
  10. Timing key: Open,
  11. Flywheel: Open,
  12. Spark Plug: Open,
  13. Clutch: Open,
  14. Clutch Bell: Open,
  15. Carburettor: Open,
  16. Air filter: Open,
  17. Reed block: Open,
  18. Reeds: Material Open,
  19. Exhaust system: Open,
  20. Tyres: Open,
  21. Gear ratios: Open,
  22. Chain: Open,
  23. Machining: Open,
  24. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.9 Seniors and Juniors Class 8: Maxi Bikes:

  1. Capacity: Up to 51 cc 2-stroke or up to 110cc 4-stroke aircooled,
  2. Motor: Chinese,
  3. Maximum 12′ wheels,
  4. Gear box: CVT or locked in one gear no manual changing of gears,
  5. All other parts open,
  6. Tyres: Open,
  7. No combustion enhancers such as NOS,

13.37.3 Minimotard

13.37.3.1 Junior riders (under 16 years) cannot compete with Senior riders.
13.37.3.2 Class 5 (A & B): Minimotard 2 & 4-stroke:

  1. Must be Motard designed bike, no road race type bikes allowed,
  2. Age and capacity limitation,
  3. Seniors – 4-stroke up to 160cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke up to 85cc (auto or manual),
  4. Juniors age 9 to under 13, 4-stroke up to 125cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke 85cc (auto or manual),
  5. Juniors age 13 to under 16, 4-stroke up to 140cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke 85cc (auto or manual),
13.37.3.3 Class 5 / A – Chinese 4-stroke, example – Motovert, PitsterPro, Thumpstar, DHZ etc

  1. Capacity: As mentioned above 4-stroke only,
  2. Bike frame, engine, barrel and head must be Chinese manufacture,
  3. Engine must be horizontal design,
  4. Engine work unlimited (up to capacity for specific classes),
  5. Fuel must comply with GCR 13.15,
  6. Engines may be air/oil cooled only, (no watercooled),
  7. Gear box maybe used,
  8. Maximum wheel base: 1250mm,
  9. Frames: To be open cradle design/construction,
  10. Maximum wheel size up to 12″ front and up to 12″ rear,
  11. Treaded or slick road tyres must be used,
  12. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.3.4 Class 5 / B – Open 2 and 4-stroke, example – Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, KTM, BBR, Takegawa etc

  1. Capacity: As mentioned above,
  2. Bike and engine may be of any country of origin, (outside of China),
  3. Engine may be horizontal or vertical design,
  4. Engine work unlimited (up to capacity for specific classes),
  5. Fuel must comply with GCR 13.15,
  6. Engines may be air/oil or watercooled. The only coolant permitted is water,
  7. Gear box may be used,
  8. Maximum wheel size up to 12″ front and up to 12″ rear,
  9. Treaded or slick road tyres must be used,
  10. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes may be naturally aspirated or EFI.

SECTION 13 H: MINIMOTO


13.33 COMPETITION RULES

13.33.1 Minimoto: Grid Positions

13.33.1.1 There must be a maximum of five (5) riders per row with a minimum of one (1) metre between the riders; and
13.33.1.2 There must be a minimum of two (2) metres between rows.
13.33.1.3 No more than 30 riders may participate in each race.

13.33.2 Minimoto: Starting

13.33.2.1 Unless otherwise provided for in supplementary regulations, massed starts must be used.
13.33.2.2 Unless otherwise provided for in supplementary regulations, qualifying for starting positions must be held.
13.33.2.3 In the absence of qualifying, the Clerk of Course must allocate starting grid positions.

13.33.3 Minimoto: False Starts

13.33.3.1 Upon recommendation of the Clerk of Course, a board showing “Stop & Go” as well as the riding number will be shown at the finish area to the rider who made the false start.
13.33.3.2 The rider making the false start must:

  1. Go to the designated “Stop & Go” penalty zone,
  2. Bring their machine to a stop (the engine must not be turned off),
  3. Remain stationary for a full (5) seconds.
13.33.3.3 The rider may then re-join the race.
13.33.3.4 This procedure is under the strict control of the designated Marshals.

  1. If a rider fails to stop after being shown the Stop & Go board three (3) times, the rider will be black flagged,
  2. If more than one (1) rider is to be penalised, the riders will be signaled on subsequent laps.
  3. Where the Marshals have been unable to carry out the “Stop & Go” procedure before the end of the race, the rider will incur a time penalty of 15 seconds.

13.34 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: MINIMOTO

13.34.0.1 No competitor may practice, start or compete in any Minimoto competition unless wearing the following protective equipment and clothing:

13.34.1 Helmet

13.34.1.1 An approved and correctly fitting full-faced helmet which must comply with GCR 13.10.1.

13.34.2 Clothing: All classes other than Elite Open

13.34.2.1 Protective Clothing must consist of:

  1. Full leathers (one or two- piece),
  2. Minimoto race suits, or
  3. Motocross pants/jeans (Including body armour and knee sliders),
  4. A leather jacket must be worn in any class and while riding at any time.
13.34.2.2 A commercially manufactured back protector.

13.34.3 Clothing: Elite Open Classes

13.34.3.1 Protective Clothing must consist of:
13.34.3.2 A one-piece suit or jacket and trousers constructed of leather or other material of similar or greater durability.
13.34.3.3 Where jackets or one-piece suits are fitted with front opening slide fasteners, a safety strap must be fitted and secured at the neck.
13.34.3.4 A commercially manufactured back protector.

13.34.4 Footwear

13.34.4.1 Boots with ankle protection which must:

  1. Be constructed of leather or other material of similar or greater durability, but not constructed of rubber,
  2. At least overlap the suit or trousers when the rider is in the normal riding position,
  3. Not have soft leather soles.

13.34.5 Gloves

13.34.5.1 Gloves of leather or other material of similar or greater durability.

13.34.6 Goggles and Visors

13.34.6.1 Spectacles, protective goggles, helmet visors and/or “tear-offs” must be worn provided:

  1. Eye protectors and spectacles are made of non-shattering material,
  2. Eye protectors which cause visual disturbance are not to be used,
  3. Visors are an integral part of the helmet,
  4. Metal or Perspex face shields are not used,
  5. Eye shades or peaks are of a flexible material.

13.34.7 Hair and Jewellery

13.34.7.1 Hair longer than shoulder length must be confined in the helmet or jacket.
13.34.7.2 Body jewellery is to be removed or securely covered with tape prior to competition.

13.34.8 Footwear in Pits

13.34.8.1 Closed footwear must be worn in the pit lane at all times.

13.35 FRAMES AND PARTS: MINIMOTO AND MINIMOTARD

13.35.0.1 Minimotos must be fixed or rigid frames with no suspension.
13.35.0.2 Minimotos must have a working handlebar mounted engine kill-switch.
13.35.0.3 Foot pegs must be covered in plastic, rubber or nylon.

13.36.1 Tyres

13.36.1.1 Knobby tyres are only permitted in Minimotard classes.
13.36.1.2 Treaded road tyres may be used at any time.

13.36.2 Rims

13.36.2.1 Classes other than Minimotard – Rims must be 6.5″ diameter.
13.36.2.2 Minimotard classes – Rims other than 6.5″ diameter may be used.

13.36.3 Brakes

13.36.3.1 A pin or locknut must be fitted to the brake pad fixture. The safety wire used on the brake caliper bolts must be visible.
13.36.3.2 Brakes may be cable or hydraulically operated.
13.36.3.3 Handlebar levers must have ball ends with a minimum diameter of 10mm.

13.36 ENGINES: MINIMOTO AND MINIMOTARD

13.37.1 As per GCR 13.16 plus:

13.37.1.1 Lock wiring used on oil and water filler caps and drain plugs must be visible.
13.37.1.2 A non-return valve must be fitted to the tank breather pipe which must discharge into a catch tank with a minimum capacity of 100cc.
13.37.1.3 Other than Minimotards: Final drive must be single speed via a dry centrifugal clutch (adjustable allowable).
13.37.1.4 Minimotards may have manual or automatic gearboxes.
13.37.1.5 Minimotards must be fitted with a hose running from the crankcase breather into a catch tank with a minimum capacity of 200cc.
13.37.1.6 Fuel must not leak when machine is laid on each side. Use of an O-ring under cap permitted.

13.37.2 Minimoto

13.37.2.1 Junior riders (under 16 years) cannot compete with Senior riders
13.37.2.2 Seniors and Juniors Class 1: Basic CAG (Chinese air cooled copy of Italian original):

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Standard air-cooled CAG only,
  3. Crankshaft: Standard half circle CAG only,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals: Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Standard CAG only, maximum two intake & one exhaust port without modification, must be cast only,
  7. Coil: Standard CAG only,
  8. Timing key allowed,
  9. Flywheel: Standard without modification,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Maximum 15mm bore
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Standard CAG only,
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Machining: Porting, machining (including polishing) of barrel/head, crankcase, crankshaft, con-rod, piston or flywheel is NOT permitted,
  20. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.3 Seniors and Juniors Class 2: Pro CAG.

  1. Capacity: Up to 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Standard aircooled CAG only,
  3. Crankshaft: Open,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals: Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Open,
  7. Coil: Standard CAG only,
  8. Timing keyway allowed,
  9. Flywheel: Open,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Open,
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Open,
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Chain: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.4 Seniors and Juniors Class 3: Elite Aircooled.

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc aircooled only,
  2. Crankcase: Open,
  3. Crankshaft: Open,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Head/Barrel: Open,
  7. Coil: Open,
  8. Timing key: Open,
  9. Flywheel: Open,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Clutch Bell: Open,
  13. Carburettor: Open,
  14. Air filter: Open,
  15. Reed block: Open,
  16. Reeds: Material open,
  17. Exhaust system: Open,
  18. Tyres: Open,
  19. Gear ratios: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.5 Seniors and Juniors Class 4: Basic Chinese Watercooled:

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Chinese,
  3. Crankshaft: Chinese,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open
  6. Barrel / Head: Standard Chinese for that model,
  7. Coil: Standard Chinese,
  8. Timing key: Standard Chinese,
  9. Flywheel: Original Chinese,
  10. Spark Plug: Open,
  11. Clutch: Open,
  12. Carburettor: Open,
  13. Air filter: Open,
  14. Reed block: Standard Chinese, reed spacer accepted.
  15. Reeds: Material open,
  16. Exhaust system: Chinese made, but can be modified to suit application. Stinger/muffler open,
  17. Tyres: Open,
  18. Gear ratios: Open,
  19. Machining: Porting, machining (including polishing) of barrel/head, crankcase, crankshaft, con-rod, piston or flywheel is NOT permitted,
  20. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.6 Seniors and Juniors Class 5: Pro Chinese Watercooled:

  1. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  2. Crankcase: Chinese made,
  3. Crankshaft: Chinese made,
  4. Connecting rod & piston: Chinese made,
  5. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  6. Barrel: Chinese made,
  7. Head: Open,
  8. Coil: Open,
  9. Timing key: Open,
  10. Flywheel: Open,
  11. Spark Plug: Open,
  12. Clutch: Open,
  13. Carburettor: Open,
  14. Air filter: Open,
  15. Reed block: Open,
  16. Reed Material: Open,
  17. Exhaust system: Open,
  18. Tyres: Open,
  19. Gear ratios: Open,
  20. Machining: Open,
  21. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.7 Seniors and Juniors Class 6: Elite Open 40cc:

  1. May be air or watercooled,
  2. Origin open, (may be Chinese or European made),
  3. Capacity: Maximum 40cc,
  4. Crankcase: Open,
  5. Crankshaft: Open, maximum 39.2mm stroke,
  6. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  7. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  8. Head/Barrel: Open,
  9. Coil: Open,
  10. Timing key: Open,
  11. Flywheel: Open,
  12. Spark Plug: Open,
  13. Clutch: Open,
  14. Clutch Bell: Open,
  15. Carburettor: Maximum 14mm. Must be marked as 14mm or less by OEM, or Carburetor must be sized before commencement of racing by the Clerk Of Course, then marked and sealed,
  16. Air filter: Open,
  17. Reed block: Open,
  18. Reeds: Material Open,
  19. Exhaust system: Open,
  20. Tyres: Open,
  21. Gear ratios: Open,
  22. Chain: Open,
  23. Machining: Open,
  24. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.8 Seniors and Juniors Class 7: Elite Open 50cc;

  1. May be air or watercooled,
  2. Origin open, (may be Chinese or European made),
  3. Capacity: Maximum 51cc,
  4. Crankcase: Open,
  5. Crankshaft: Open,
  6. Connecting rod & piston: Open,
  7. Seals, Bearings, Gaskets: Open,
  8. Head/Barrel: Open,
  9. Coil: Open,
  10. Timing key: Open,
  11. Flywheel: Open,
  12. Spark Plug: Open,
  13. Clutch: Open,
  14. Clutch Bell: Open,
  15. Carburettor: Open,
  16. Air filter: Open,
  17. Reed block: Open,
  18. Reeds: Material Open,
  19. Exhaust system: Open,
  20. Tyres: Open,
  21. Gear ratios: Open,
  22. Chain: Open,
  23. Machining: Open,
  24. Non-programmable ignition systems must be used. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.2.9 Seniors and Juniors Class 8: Maxi Bikes:

  1. Capacity: Up to 51 cc 2-stroke or up to 110cc 4-stroke aircooled,
  2. Motor: Chinese,
  3. Maximum 12′ wheels,
  4. Gear box: CVT or locked in one gear no manual changing of gears,
  5. All other parts open,
  6. Tyres: Open,
  7. No combustion enhancers such as NOS,

13.37.3 Minimotard

13.37.3.1 Junior riders (under 16 years) cannot compete with Senior riders.
13.37.3.2 Class 5 (A & B): Minimotard 2 & 4-stroke:

  1. Must be Motard designed bike, no road race type bikes allowed,
  2. Age and capacity limitation,
  3. Seniors – 4-stroke up to 160cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke up to 85cc (auto or manual),
  4. Juniors age 9 to under 13, 4-stroke up to 125cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke 85cc (auto or manual),
  5. Juniors age 13 to under 16, 4-stroke up to 140cc (auto or manual) or 2-stroke 85cc (auto or manual),
13.37.3.3 Class 5 / A – Chinese 4-stroke, example – Motovert, PitsterPro, Thumpstar, DHZ etc

  1. Capacity: As mentioned above 4-stroke only,
  2. Bike frame, engine, barrel and head must be Chinese manufacture,
  3. Engine must be horizontal design,
  4. Engine work unlimited (up to capacity for specific classes),
  5. Fuel must comply with GCR 13.15,
  6. Engines may be air/oil cooled only, (no watercooled),
  7. Gear box maybe used,
  8. Maximum wheel base: 1250mm,
  9. Frames: To be open cradle design/construction,
  10. Maximum wheel size up to 12″ front and up to 12″ rear,
  11. Treaded or slick road tyres must be used,
  12. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes must be naturally aspirated.
13.37.3.4 Class 5 / B – Open 2 and 4-stroke, example – Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, KTM, BBR, Takegawa etc

  1. Capacity: As mentioned above,
  2. Bike and engine may be of any country of origin, (outside of China),
  3. Engine may be horizontal or vertical design,
  4. Engine work unlimited (up to capacity for specific classes),
  5. Fuel must comply with GCR 13.15,
  6. Engines may be air/oil or watercooled. The only coolant permitted is water,
  7. Gear box may be used,
  8. Maximum wheel size up to 12″ front and up to 12″ rear,
  9. Treaded or slick road tyres must be used,
  10. No combustion enhancers such as NOS may be used and all bikes may be naturally aspirated or EFI.