New Proposed SuperBikers2 Asphalt Only RoadRace Competition Classes

New Proposed SuperBikers2 Asphalt Only RoadRace Competition Classes

My thoughts with the asphalt only portion of the SuperBikers2 schedule is to make it fairly simple with the 100 classes.  It works with groups in other parts of the country.  It shouldn’t be that hard here.

For the “big bikes”, or our “MX Roadracers”, pretty much nothing will have changed.  Except maybe the name.  I will add a 250 class and if there is enough participation, it would be a really good way for some of those 125CC bikes to get out and show us some corner speed.

Bring out the kids!  Lets get them started in the MiniGP 50-spec class.  More than likely a shorter course.  Alot of fun to watch!

Any thoughts??  Please let me know what you are thinking as I want to make it work for everyone.  You can respond at the bottom of this page or go to the SuperBikers2 Facebook post on this.

Schedules coming soon.

 

2018 Proposed SuperBikers2 Competition Roadrace Classes 2/22/2018

MiniGP 50-Spec

  • Ages-5-17 with little to no track riding experience
  • Bike limited to: Honda CRF50 and Yamaha TTR50
  • No engine or chassis modifications whatsoever
  • OEM engine internals only
  • Stock bore and stroke must be maintained
  • Tires, jetting,gearing and controls may be changed
  • After market aluminum wheel are allowed but must retain stock 10”wheel size and OEM style hubs
  • Only standard octane pump fuels are allowed (no oxygenated, leaded or high octane race fuels permitted)

Stock 100

  • Ages 17 and up
  • Bikes limited to:
    • Honda XR100, CRF100, CRF125L, MSX125 (Grom)
    • Yamaha TTR125L
    • Suzuki DRZ125L
    • Kawasaki Z125 Pro
    • Honda CRF110, Yamaha TTR110, Kawasaki KLX110, Suzuzki DRZ110 (Spec110 legal bikes)
  • Small wheel versions not permitted (CRF125, TTR125, DRZ125)
  • Front forks must remain OEM. Internal modifications are allowed.
  • No engine or chassis modifications whatsoever
  • Only standard octane pump fuels are allowed (no oxygenated, leaded or high octane race fuels permitted)

Stock 100 Heavy Hitters

  • Riders over 200lbs
  • Bikes limited to:
    • Honda XR100, CRF100, CRF125L, MSX125 (Grom)
    • Yamaha TTR125L
    • Suzuki DRZ125L
    • Kawasaki Z125 Pro
    • Honda CRF110, Yamaha TTR110, Kawasaki KLX110, Suzuzki DRZ110 (Spec110 legal bikes)
  • Small wheel versions not permitted (CRF125, TTR125, DRZ125)
  • Front forks must remain OEM. Internal modifications are allowed.
  • No engine or chassis modifications whatsoever
  • Only standard octane pump fuels are allowed (no oxygenated, leaded or high octane race fuels permitted)

Stock 100 Women

  • Bikes limited to:
    • Honda XR100, CRF100, CRF125L, MSX125 (Grom)
    • Yamaha TTR125L
    • Suzuki DRZ125L
    • Kawasaki Z125 Pro
    • Honda CRF110, Yamaha TTR110, Kawasaki KLX110, Suzuzki DRZ110 (Spec110 legal bikes)
  • Small wheel versions not permitted (CRF125, TTR125, DRZ125)
  • Front forks must remain OEM. Internal modifications are allowed.
  • No engine or chassis modifications whatsoever
  • Only standard octane pump fuels are allowed (no oxygenated, leaded or high octane race fuels permitted)

F1

  • Ages 17 and Up
  • Wheel sizes may vary
  • Bikes limited to
    • 63cc 2-stroke
    • 125cc 4-stroke (horizontal cylinder config) TTR/DRZ/KLX125 ARE allowed in this class
    • 120cc 4-stroke (vertical cylinder conig)

Super Mini

  • Ages 17 and Up
  • Bike types no larger than:
    • 105cc 2-stroke
    • 195cc air-cooled 4-stroke
    • 150cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke

MXRr MXRoadRacer

  • Asphalt only for supermoto bikes
  • Unlimited modification
  • Open displacement liquid-cooled Single

MXRr250  MXRoadRacer

  • Asphalt only for supermoto bikes
  • Unlimited modification
  • Up to 250cc liquid-cooled Single
*All Stock 100 classes will grid together unless numbers allow individual fields
*Spec50 may run on a shortened configuration

5 Responses

  1. Stock 100 class….. how young is too young? Give me some thoughts.

  2. I like the idea of bringing out my two Honda XR100s or my TTR125. Should be a blast.

    1. Alex Bub…. in the house. Alex, it will be an honor to have you at the track with us again.
      Glenn

  3. Looks like the specs are taken directly from the NJ/NY/SFL MiniGP rules section, where are you located (looks like WI)? I’m a member of the NY MiniGP group and I’m sure we would love to have you comply to the same set of rules for wider adoption across the country.

    1. We are in Wisconsin. We did look at what was going on very successfully all along the east coast and thought that we shouldn’t change a perfectly good formula. We normally don’t have alot of participants with the mini’s. But I am hoping to build that. Please keep in touch with any ideas if you have any. Call me if you need more info.

      Glenn

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