We are offering a Nov, Int, Exp class breakdown and 3 rides make a class for each skill level, otherwise, classes will be open (except where indicated).
“All 250 to 500cc Pre-1965 Era Machines”
Scrambles Lightweight: All Pre-1965 era machines up to 250cc.
Scrambles 350:Pre-1965 era machines 275-350cc max (or like design).
Scrambles 500: 360-500cc machines. Pre-1965 era.
Scrambles Heavyweight: All 550cc to 1000cc Pre-1964 era 4-Stroke single and twin machines and like designs. There are no transmission restrictions and 2-Stroke machines must use stock exhaust system of era (open pipe or muffler).
“Covering Machines from 1965 to 1971 Era”
125 Classic: 125cc 2-Strokes manufacturer 1965-1971 and 4-Strokes up to 175cc manufacture 1965-1974.
250 Classic: 250cc Two strokes manufactured from 1965 to 1971. 250cc to 310cc four stroke singles and twin cylinder engines. There is no transmission or exhaust system restrictions in this class.
500 Classic: 500cc 2-Stroke & 4-Stroke machines manufactured between 1965 and 1971. No transmission or exhaust restrictions.
“Covers all Machine manufactured up thru 1974”
Sports 125: 125cc machines built up to and including 1974.
Sports 250: 250cc machines built up to and including 1974.
Sports 500: 500cc machines built up to and including 1974.
Sports Open Twins: Unlimited twin class to include any and all twins manufactured between 1965 and 1974 from 600-1000cc.
“Age & and Rider Specific VINTAGE Classes thru 1974”
Open Age: Any eligible rider on an eligible vintage machine.
40+: Riders age 40 or older on any eligible vintage machine.
50+: Riders age 50 or older on any eligible vintage machine.
60+: Riders age 60 or older on any eligible vintage machine.
70+: Riders age 70 or older on any eligible vintage machine.
Women: Females riding any eligible vintage machine.
“Covers all 1st GEN PV Machines and Post-Vintage 1978 & Newer Non-Disc Brakes ONLY”
125 Historic: 125cc machines built up to and including the 1977 model year (& like design).
250 Historic: 250cc machines built up to and including the 1977 model year (& like design).
500 Historic: 325-460cc two-stroke and up to 636cc four-stroke machines, built up to and including the 1977
(& like design).
4-Stroke Historic: 4-Stroke motorcycles built up to and including the 1979 model year with up to 636cc
(& like design).
Post-Vintage: Any post-vintage bike 1978 or newer with non-disc brakes.
ADDITIONAL SUPPORT CLASSES
Modern Support: Any bikes up to current year.
The "Kids Ride Free" Program: The Kids Mini Support class is for KIDS only on mini of any type. This is an introductory to TT Scrambles type racing to our young folks and their families. Any youngster accompanied by an adult who signs up in this class will race for FREE throughout the 2018 TT Scrambles Championship Series, funding provided by Rod Lake Racing and photo awards by SoCal Maico.
Reign VMX "Masters of Mini" Championship
Two classes: 95cc and smaller, and 100cc to 140cc. Two or four stroke, air-cooled only, no wheel over 19", Championship prizes supplied by Reign VMX
Additional Adult Mini Classes:
CRF150F / Modified: Any Chassis / Suspension / Engine or Carb changes. Air cooled 4-Strokes only(No 2-Strokes)
Open Adult Mini: Up to 100cc 2-Strokes and liquid cooled 4-Strokes (ie; CRF150R’s) No 125cc 2-Strokes or 200/230cc 4-Strokes
Women Adult Mini: Any Mini bike XR’s, CRF’s, TTR’s, KLX’s, DRZ’s up to 100cc 2-Stroke or 150R liquid cooled.
ADULT MINI NOTE: Maximum rear wheel 16 inches, maximum front wheel 19 inches. There will be no ability breakdown in these classes, they all run together.
4-Stroke 200-230cc Support: Any 200-230cc Air-Cooled 4-Strokes.
Women's Modern Support: This is an open modern support class for females riding modern bikes.
SIDECAR TT CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES: Any and All Sidecar Teams are Welcome!
We embrace all clubs and riders alike. At our events, we honor your VMX club membership, giving you a $5 discount on your first entry, whether it be with AVDRA, ARX, REM, AMA, AHRMA, Cal-VMX, CVRG, or a member of none, you're all welcome to race with us!
We are a group of like-minded old school motorcycle enthusiasts, dedicated to enhancing the sport of historic motorcycle racing for the enjoyment of riders and spectators alike. Our team coordinates "Old School Scrambles Racing Events" on courses designed like the ones found in the 60' & 70's under the track guidelines as those of the "OSM" that only natural whoops will be used and we only use single, low angle jumps under 60 feet in our track layouts. We have a wide range of classes to include vintage, post-vintage, modern support, the Kids Ride Free program, quads and sidecars. We take pride in our program, while educating young folks and riders of other disciplines what the sport was back in the day, where it came from and who the champs were. There's nothing like getting back to basics.