How to join the club?
Print off a Membership form and send it off along with a stamped addressed envelope to Agnes Cadger address on form.
How do I get a competition licence?
On joining the club you will need to apply for an SACU licence.
This licence has to be renewed yearly and requires to be completed then sent to the SACU along with payment and a passport size Photograph.
Although you can still ride will us if you are AMCA, IOPD, MCF licence holder (you will have to pay a £3 insurance supplement) and complete a SACU medical declaration form Download your form HERE
Or you can ride with a One event Licence cost £15 (photograph ID required ie Drivers Licence).
How do I know if my bike is eligible?
See class list below
- Pre ‘60 Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1960
- Pre ‘68 up to 350cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1968
- Pre ‘68 over 350cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1968
- Pre ‘75 up to 300cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1975
- Pre ‘75 over 300cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1975
- Pre ‘77 Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1977
- Pre ‘84 up to 250cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1984 air or water cooled, drum brakes
- Pre ‘84 over 250cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1984, air cooled and drum brakes
- Pre ’89 125cc Any machine manufactured before 31st December 1989
General Eligibility- Applies to all classes
- All machines must be fitted with engine cut-out buttons
- All machines must have front and rear drum brakes except Pre 89 125cc class
- Methanol fuel can only be used in Pre 68 machines
- Machines presented for use at the event must be in a race worthy condi
- Rear shock absorbers may be of a modern type but must be dimensionally the same as the original parts and must not be fitted in such a way as to give greater travel at the rear wheel.
- Pre68 Machines must have fork travel maximum of 6.5 inches. Rear wheel spindle movement maximum of 4 inches.
- Pre75 Machines must have fork travel maximum of 7.5 inches. Rear wheel spindle movement maximum of 4 inches.
The onus is on the rider to demonstrate suspension eligibility if requested.
How do I get a race number?
Call Linda Riddell on 01896 849289 and she will allocate you with a number
What colour of Plates and riding numbers should I have on my bike?
- Pre ‘60 Blue plates with White numbers
- Pre ‘68 up to 350cc White plates with Black numbers
- Pre ‘68 over 350cc Black plates with White numbers
- Pre ‘75 up to 300cc Green plates with White numbers
- Pre ‘75 over 300cc Yellow plates with Black numbers
- Pre ‘77 White plates with Black numbers
- Pre ‘84 Green plates with Black numbers
- Pre ’89 125 cc Black plates with White numbers
Clothing and Equipment
- Helmets must have the current ACU approved stamp.
The minimum standard for Motocross.
- All riders must wear helmet, gloves, knee length protective boots, and must wear body armour whilst racing.
- Goggles or visor of a non-splinterable type must be worn at the commencement of each race. Goggles with tear offs are NOT allowed.
- Spectacles, if worn, must be non-splinterable.
- All riders must have a 2kg dry powder fire extinguisher
Can I use a camera ? (eg. Go Pro)
Helmet cameras and cameras attached to the body are Prohibited unless the helmet is manufactured with the camera as an intrinsic part.
How do I enter an event?
Download an Entry form here.
If you don’t have a licence download One Event Licence HERE
Complete all sections of the entry form
Send it along with payment made payable to SCRMC LTD to Srambles secretary Linda Riddell address on form before the Closing date (Thursday prior to the event)
All riders at some point in the race season will be asked to provide a marshall.
Riders are requested to help dismantle the track at the end of the meeting.
If I enter an event and don’t show up can I get a refund?
You will only get your money refunded or carried forward to the next event, if you contact the secretary prior the event, or on the day of the event (leave a message on the her answer machine) other wise your cheque will be cashed.
To compete in the club championship you must be a club member download your membership form HERE
Where a rider can qualify for two age groups within a year, riders MUST start and end the year in the SAME age group (rider’s choice)
Points are be awarded from first to tenth place in each race as follows. 1st – 15pts, 2nd – 12pts, 3rd – 10pts, 4th – 8pts, 5th – 6pts, 6th – 5pts, ….. down to ….. 10th – 1pt