FAQ – SPRINT HERO ENDURO RACING SERIES

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Sprint Hero Enduro Racing Series FAQs

Q: What is it?
A: Basically we take about 6 miles of the most fun sections of motocross, single track and sand sections that event location has to offer and make separate and full length loops out of them. You are racing against the clock, not head to head like normal.

Q: How does it work?
A: You will line up individually at the start line and take off. 30 seconds later another racer takes off. You go as fast as you can for the entire race loop until you come through the finish line. Then you take a break and wait for your turn to go again. The racer in each class that has the lowest total time on course over the two days is the winner.

Q: Who can do it?
A: Anyone. You don’t have to be in great shape for this format. The longest you will ride at full speed is about 10 minutes. We think you can do that. There is an old saying…”I may not be as good as I once was but I am as good once as I ever was!”

Q: What is the cost?
A: For two days of racing it cost $90 which includes your transponder. There is gate fees at each track which should run $10 per person per day and camping is charged if you decide to camp. You don’t have to race both days but to earn points for the race weekend you will need to race both days.

Q: Is it fun?
A: Oh heck ya. You get to ride hard for short times and bench race in between and tell stories of how fast you are. Just remember, the clock does not lie.

Q: Do I have to keep my own time?
A: Nope, since you are issued a transponder by us it will keep track of your total track time. It starts your timing when you leave the start line and stops it when you come through the finish.

Q: Is there Special Test?
A: No, each time you leave the start line you pin it to win it.

Q: How do I find out more info?
A: Go to SprintHeroRacing.com or shoot us an email at info @ offroadsportsllc . com

See rule book for complete rules and regulations.

Q: What classes will be available?

A:

Class Displacement
Pro 122cc-Open
Open A 251cc and over 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
Lites A 122cc-250cc 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
Vet A 30+ 122cc-Open
40+ A 122cc-Open
50+ A 122cc-Open
Open B 251cc and over 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
Lites B 122cc-250cc 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
Vet B 30+ 122cc-Open
40+B 122cc-Open
50+B 122cc-Open
Open C 251cc and over 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
Lites C 122cc-250cc 2-Stroke or 4-Stroke
60+ 122cc-Open
Women 122cc-Open
50+C 122cc-Open
40+C 122cc-Open
Juniors 12-17 100cc-200cc
Youth Classes
Supermini 12-15 79-112cc 2-Stroke; 75-150cc 4-Stroke Max. Wheels: Front 19″; Rear 16″. Big wheel and small wheel models permitted.
85cc 12-15 79-85cc 2-Stroke; 75-150cc 4-Stroke Max. Wheels: Front 17″; Rear 14″. Small wheel models only.
85cc 7-11 79-85cc 2-Stroke. Wheels: Front 17″; Rear 14″. Small wheel models only.
65cc 7-11 65cc 2-Stroke Max. Wheels: Front 14″; Rear 12”

Age Requirements

DIVISION AGE ENGINE DISPLACEMENT
Youth Bike 7 65/85cc 2-Stk
12 150cc 4-Stk
Amateur Bike 12 250cc
14 450cc

 

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