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A3VE Supplementary Regulations

The Supplementary Regulations for the second Australian 3 Day Vintage Enduro (A3VE) on 6-9 May 2021 are now available.


Supplementary Regulations
Australian 3 Day Vintage Enduro (A3VE)
6 – 9 May 2021

EVENT: Australian 3 Day Vintage Enduro

DATE: 6-9 May 2021

VENUE: Wombat Forest, Victoria.

PARC FERME: Recreation Reserve Road, Blackwood.

MA PERMIT NUMBER: 2440

HOST CLUB: Vintage Enduro Riders Inc. (VERi)

EVENT CONTACT: Peter Drakeford | Ph: 0422 299 003 | e: verivinduro@gmail.com

EVENT KEY OFFICIALS: Steward - Chris Gray | Clerk of Course - Peter Drakeford | Race Secretary - Karen Flowers

1. ANNOUNCEMENT

The Vintage Enduro Riders Inc. hereafter called the Promoter will conduct the Australian 3 Day Vintage Enduro for pre-1988 Vintage Enduro motorcycles at the Blackwood Recreation Reserve, on 6-9 May 2021.

2. JURISDICTION

2.1

The above mentioned meeting has been authorised by Motorcycling Australia which has issued the Motorcycling Australia Permit Number 2440 and is open to holders of current Motorcycling Australia Senior National Licences. One event licences are available for riders who do not hold a current MA National Licence.

2.2

The meeting will be held in accordance with the current General Competition Rules (GCRs) contained in the Manual of Motorcycle Sport (MoMS), these Supplementary Regulations (SRs), and any final instructions approved by Motorcycling Australia. By entering this meeting all parties agree to comply with these rules, regulations, by-laws and instructions.

3. EVENT OFFICIALS

The following officials will be overseeing the meeting:

Steward - Chris Gray

Clerk of Course - Peter Drakeford

Assistant Clerk of Course - TBA

Race Secretary - Karen Flowers

Assistant Race Secretary - John O'Brien

Chief Scrutineer - TBA

Eligibility Scrutineer - Geoff Morris

Mechanical Scrutineer - Bruce McIntosh

Sound Control Officer - Bryan Noble

Course Coordinator - Peter Drakeford

Assistant Course Coordinators - Steve Cannon, Terry Tremayne, Ian Trewavis.

Paddock/Parc Ferme Manager - David White

Drugs and Alcohol Tester - Rachelle Wilkinson

Sponsorship/Media - John O'Brien

4. ENTRIES

4.1

Entries are now open and close midnight Saturday 17 April 2021. Late entries will not be accepted.

4.2

In the case of postponement or abandonment of the meeting, all or any part of the entry fee may be retained by VERi, if such retention is approved by Motorcycling Australia.

4.3

Competitive classes entry online at Ridernet. (now closed)

Rally Class entry by online questionnaire

4.4

Entry fees will only be refunded if a rider informs VERi, in writing, 10 days before the event. A medical certificate is required if a rider withdraws less than 10 days before the event, if withdrawing due to illness/injury.

Any entrants that are unable to attend due to COVID-19 issues will receive a full refund of their entry fee.

4.5

Any entry changes must be sent to entry@verivinduro.com.au before midnight Saturday 17 April 2021

5. ENTRY FEES

5.1

Competitive Class riders $350.00 Early bird entry $300.00

5.2

Rally Class riders $160. (non-competitive) Early bird entry $110.00

5.3

Competitive Class Riders needing a one event National Licence will pay $75.

5.4

Rally Class Riders will need a one event Trail Ride Licence, $15.

5.5

Transponder hire is $25. Transponder bracket purchase is $15. Transponders and brackets not required for Rally Class.

5.6

Unregistered Vehicle Permits are $60.
Applications for UVP must be received by 19 April 2021 at the latest (now closed)

5.7

Early bird entry closes Midnight 31 March 2021

Competition Class $300, Rally Class $110.

6. ENTRY PASSES

Entrants are entitled to one pit pass for a mechanic/manager.

7. INSURANCE

7.1

MA National Personal Accident Scheme provides basic cover for death and permanent disability.

7.2

Ambulance insurance is compulsory for both competitive and non-competitive entrants.

VERi cannot guarantee that TAC will approve claims made by competitive or non-competitive riders in the A3VE.

It is strongly recommended that entrants have their own insurance coverage..


8. MEDICAL SERVICES

Medical Service providers are CERT, SES and Event Medical.

9. SCRUTINEERING AND ELIGIBILITY

9.1

Scrutineering;

Thursday 6th May 11am for Competitive and Rally classes, sound check etc. (See 9.3 for machine requirements). Impound/Parc Ferme open to take bikes. Closed 6pm. Once scrutineered all motorcycles MUST be impounded. Failure to do so will require the motorcycle to be scrutineered again.

Friday 7th May 8.00 AM: scrutineering and sign in for Rally Class only, sound check etc. Impound/Parc Ferme open to take bikes up until 10.00. Note, Sat/Sunday between 8-9am there will be scrutineering for Rally Class Riders who decide to enter for that day only.

9.2

The event will be open to all licensed riders and registered bikes whether they be Enduro, MX, Trials, Trail, Agricultural or Road. As Enduro and Trail bikes evolved differently to Motocross bikes our classes have been designed to try to keep bikes of a similar technology together with the emphasis on Trail and Enduro bikes. Therefore, the classes are not based solely on model year alone but will have some other criteria to them however this will be quite minor.

9.3

Class eligibility for the A3VE is explained below.

Motorcycle eligibility will be based on the model year of the bike, not the build date.

Registration may be Full, Club Permit Scheme, Recreation or Unregistered Vehicle Permit (UVP).

Applications for UVP must be received by 19 April 2021 at the latest. Failure to do so may result in the entrant not being able to start as VicRoads need a lot of notice.

Queries and applications for UVPs to uvp@verivinduro.com.au

All motorcycles will be expected to comply with Victorian road rules and MA GCRs, refer to 18.1.

All motorcycles will be expected to have quiet exhausts. Whether you have original or aftermarket exhausts please repack your mufflers before the event and make sure they comply. Failure to do so may result in exclusion from the event.

As stated above, again, motorcycle eligibility will be based on the model year of the bike, not the build date.

The VU, VW, V4, V3, V2 and V1 (Pioneer) classes, and outright positions, will be scored on outright accumulated times calculated using a bonus/handicap system.

This event is a competitive Vintage Enduro, featuring the following classes:

V1 (Pioneer):

Intended for motorcycles from the early era of trail/enduro:
  • short travel suspension as standard - up to 140mm / 5.5 inches of rear wheel travel
  • manufactured in 1976 or earlier
  • any major modifications shall be with components from eligible Pioneer class bikes (see below for definition of major components)suspension mounting points on frame and swingarm must be in manufacturer's original position

Questions regarding bike eligibility can be directed to eligibility@verivinduro.com.au

V2:

Open to all 1979 models and earlier, any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components. Suspension mounting points on the frame and swingarm must be in the manufacturer's original position. No disc brakes except for Rokon. No water-cooled bikes except for aftermarket water cooled heads from the era.

V3:

Open to all 1983 models and earlier, any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components.
  • No disc brakes.
  • Water-cooled and air-cooled bikes will ride together as they did in the day.
  • Twin shock and single shock bikes will ride together as they did in the day.

V4:

Open to all 1987 models and earlier, any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components.

VW:

Women's Class, all ages (over 18), open to all 1987 models and earlier (V1 – V4). Any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components.

VU:

For riders under the age of 40 riding , open to all 1987 models and earlier (V1 – V4). Any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components.

Outright:

All competitive classes are eligible for outright honours will be scored on outright accumulated times calculated using a bonus/handicap system.

VR:

Rally Class; (non-competitive - not scored at the Special Tests, no transponder fitted)

Open to all 1987 models and earlier (V1 – V4), any modifications shall be with major components of the same era, see below for definition of major components.

Flow on models:

Shall be those where the major components have remained the same.

Major components can be aftermarket if available in the class era.

Bike eligibility will be defined by the model year of the major components, taking into account flow on models and additions as stated in the V1 Pioneer class.

Major components consist of:
  • Frame
  • Swingarm
  • Engine cases and cylinder
  • Wheel hubs and backing plates
  • Forks and triple clamps
  • Carburetor
Note: HVA reproduction Husqvarna hubs are allowed as 'major components'.
Questions regarding bike eligibility can be directed to eligibility@verivinduro.com.au

9.4

Machines entered in the competition must have successfully passed a machine examination prior to taking part in practice, qualifying or racing. An MA decal will be placed on the front number plate to indicate that it has been successfully examined for safety. Further, for the competitive class riders machines; the hubs, crankcase, frame and muffler will be marked with an adhesive sticker. Entrants must ensure their bikes are clean before scrutineering but free of silicon sprays.

The stickers will be examined before the machines are impounded.

9.5

Helmets must be presented at scrutineering.

9.6

Eligibility checks can take place at any time during the meeting. Machines which suffer accident damage in practice or race sessions must be re-examined before participating again. Damaged mufflers will be allowed to be repaired within one hour and sound checked. Failure to meet noise standards may lead to exclusion.

9.7

In addition to supervising the pulling down and checking of machines after official protests have been received by the Clerk of Course in accordance with the GCRs, the Steward can order that any machine be measured and if this occurs the Scrutineer will supervise a team member to pull down any machine that has taken part in the event. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in this matter being referred to the Clerk of Course for further action.

9.8

Any machines that are to be pulled down and scrutineered will take place at the circuit before the machine is released by the Scrutineer after the Final Moto. A member of the rider's team must always be available to carry out the strip down under the control of the Scrutineer. Failure to comply with this regulation will result in this matter being referred to the Clerk of Course for further action.

10. CLASSES OF COMPETITION

10.1.

  • V1 (Pioneer) all capacities, 40 y.o. and up.
  • V2 all capacities,40 y.o. and up.
  • V3 all capacities, 40 y.o. and up.
  • V4 - all capacities,40 y.o. and up.
  • VU - up to 40 y.o., any V class, all capacities.
  • VW - Women's Class; any V class, all capacities, all ages.
  • Outright Class - any competitive entrant from any class based on the handicap system in point 36.
10.2.

State Trophy teams (STT) will consist of Teams of 4 riders from all the competitive classes with motorcycles from at least two different V1 to V4 classes (no VU or VW). All scores count. STT members cannot ride in either Club Teams or State Vase Teams (SVT).

Riders wishing to be in a State Trophy team must liaise with the appointed state coordinator at the event. More details will be published closer to the event.

State Trophy Teams will be scored on handicapped accumulated times. See 36.

10.3.

State Vase teams (SVT) will consist of teams of 4 riders from all the V1 - V4 (no VU or VW) competitive classes with motorcycles from at least two different V1 (Pioneer) to V4 classes. All scores count. SVT members cannot ride in either Club Teams or STTs.

Riders wishing to be in a State Vase team must liaise with the appointed coordinator at the event. More details will be published closer to the event.

State Vase Teams, will be scored on handicapped accumulated times. See 36.

10.4.

Club Team riders will consist of Teams of 3 riders from ALL the competitive classes (including VU & VW), with motorcycles from at least two different classes. Club Teams can enter as A, B & C Teams (i.e. more than one team). All scores count. Club Team members cannot ride in State Trophy or State Vase Teams.

Club Teams will be scored on handicapped accumulated times. See 36.


11. ENTRIES TO CONSTITUTE A CLASS

11.1

To constitute a class the number of contestants entered and competing in each class shall be 10, excepting VW, VU and V1 (Pioneer). If less than 10 entrants, the entrants will start in their applicable V2-4 class but still receive a trophy for first place.

11.2

Should there be insufficient entries in any class of competition, the decision to run or cancel the class, or to combine them with the next appropriate class will be at the discretion of VERi subject to Motorcycling Australia approval.

12. STARTS AND FINISHES

12.1

Per 12.14.7 MoMS

12.2

Class starting order: V1, V2, V3, VW, V4, VU and VR in that order. All competitive entries are placed in random order within their class. Weather conditions or other considerations may necessitate changes.

12.3

There will be no mass starts bar the Final Moto. All riders will be competing against the clock. Trail times are to the minute at a maximum 50kph average. Trail times to be announced.

12.4

Timecards will be used and scored per MA Enduro rules excepting the change to a 60 minute 'hour-out' exclusion. Make sure you have a rain proof pocket/pouch for the paper timecard.

12.5

All motorcycles will be impounded uncovered overnight and scrutineering markers checked. Timecards will be collected and checked here. Rally machines will still have to impound overnight unless withdrawing from the event. Any Rally machine not impounded will have to be scrutineered before starting each day.

13. FLAGS AND SIGNALS

Per 12.14.1.1 MoMS 1

14 EVENT FORMAT

14.1

Riders will leave 3 per minute.

Based on the 1970s system of 'flipcards' at controls, riders will have the system operating as well as timeclocks. i.e.: if your start number is 9C you will start when the flipcard is turned over to 009 correlating to the check clock showing 11:09 for the start of the Friday loops, 09.09.00 for Sat/Sun.

14.2

Trail loops will be between 50-60 km returning to the Parc Ferme/paddock/start area for refuelling. The checkpoints are a non-service area. Enviromats will have to be used for servicing.

14.3

Special Tests will be both Enduro (bush) and Cross Country (grass track) as per 2020 MoMS.

14.4

Special Test starts will be self-starting at 15 second intervals. Riders refusing to start when directed or 'tailgating' will incur a time penalty as per 2021 MoMS refers to Special Tests 11.14.14.1.e where a rider that leaves the test course and gains advantage my incur penalties as in GCR 6.1.3

Also, Riders must start within 15 seconds of being told to do so.

14.5

Day 3 will have the culmination of the event at the Final Moto at 'Mere Farm' (Countess Lane Trentham), with a 15-minute work period prior.

The Final Motos will start when the last Comp. Class entry arrives in the Impound after the Work Area. Moto order: V1 (Pioner), V2, VW, V3, V4. Eras and age groups will be divided and combined where necessary to a maximum of 40 starters.

VR class will not participate in timed laps but the possibility of the Rally Class riders having a 'demonstration' lap exists if time allows.

14.6

Motorcycles will be impounded for 30 minutes after their Moto. If no protests, collection ID (wristband, licence etc) is necessary to remove your motorcycle.

14.7

The A3VE will conclude at the Final Moto. Riders will return to Blackwood via North Blackwood Rd which will be arrowed, alternatively you may transport your motorcycle back to Blackwood.

15. EVENT SCHEDULE

15.1

Thursday 6 May:

8am - Important Officials Meeting Rec Reserve HQ.

9am - Scrutineering and sign in, sound check etc. Impound/Parc Ferme open to take bikes. Closed 6pm. All bikes to be impounded by 6pm.

Friday 7 May:

8am - Important Officials Meeting Rec Reserve HQ. (and each subsequent morning).

8am - Scrutineering and sign in, sound check etc. Impound/Parc Ferme open to take bikes up until 9:45am.

9:45am - Riders briefing

10:15am - first 3 riders enter Parc Ferme

10:20am - work period

10:30am - 1A, 1B & 1C start 3 per minute. 2A, 2B, 2C etc. Riders cover two loops of 50 – 60 km, total approx. 130 km, plus 2 special tests, anticipated time taken – 5 hours.

Saturday 8 May:

9am – Start. Riders cover three loops of 50 - 60, km about 150 km plus 2 special tests, anticipated time taken – 5 hours.

Sunday 9 May:

9am – Start. Riders cover two loops of 50 km, total 100 km plus 2 special tests, anticipated time taken – 4 hours and the Final Moto.

15.2

For the purposes of drug and alcohol testing, the commencement of the meeting will be deemed to be 9am 21 May with the completion of the meeting for the participant being when the participant has vacated the venue.

16. AWARDS

16.1

Gold, Silver and Bronze medals for VW, V1 (Pioneer), V2, V3, V4 & VU riders within 10% (gold) and 25% (silver) of the fastest rider's time in that class and for bronze within 60 minutes late. Riders will have their medal posted to them or collected at the next VERi event.

16.2

VR Rally riders receive a finishers medal if they complete the 3 days of the event without houring out.

16.3

Each member of the winning State Trophy and Vase Team will receive a trophy as well as their individual medal.

16.4

Each member of the winning Club Team will receive a trophy as well as their individual medal.

16.5

VW, V1 (Pioneer), V2, V3, V4, VU & Outright Class receive a trophy for first, second and third.


17. PRESENTATIONS

Blackwood Hotel 6pm Sunday 9 May. (TBC)

18. MACHINES AND RIDERS

18.1

All machines entered must comply with the current MoMS Chapter 12 for Enduro and Reliability Trials competition. This includes VicRoads Rec Rego requirements: a headlight, taillight, rear stoplight, mirror, horn, countershaft sprocket cover. Machines must have front, LHS & RHS plates for identification numbers. Sidestands must be fitted. Special attention will be given to chain guides fitted to guide the chain onto the rear sprocket to ensure fingers cannot be caught in a gap. Handlebar crossbar pads must be fitted. Bars must be plugged.

18.2

See 9.2 & 9.3 for eligibility details.

19. RIDING NUMBERS

All numbers (1A, 1B, 1C etc) will be allocated at VERi's discretion inside the class entered. Interstate and Vase teams will be mixed in with others in their class. The same applies for Club Team riders. All number plates on all machines MUST comply with the GCRs and must not contain any decals or advertising other than the required MA decal. Please remove all ID stickers from previous events to eliminate scoring confusion. Riders will be given a sticker/decal set of sponsors logos for visible placement on the bike. These must be fitted as well as their ID numbered/lettered stickers

20. RIDERS' BRIEFING

A riders' briefing will be held prior to the commencement of racing, which ALL competitors MUST attend. Details will be included in the final instructions.

21. TRACK INSPECTION

21.1

All competitors will be given the opportunity to walk and inspect the special tests prior to any on track participation. This inspection must be done on foot and competitors are reminded that service vehicles may be in operation on the circuit at this time. Special tests and the final Motocross Test will be open to be walked on Tuesday 4 May. Take out your rubbish when on the tests private land. Directions to test and control locations will be available from the Rec Reserve HQ.

21.2

Competitors who are not satisfied with any aspects of the track can present these concerns to the Clerk of Course if those concerns cannot be resolved, the competitor will be invited to withdraw from the meeting.

22. FACILITIES

New shower/toilet facilities (M & F) are available at the Rec Reserve. BW Campground is fully serviced. Officials will be billeted at the Special Outdoor Schools buildings. Prefab tent sites with facilities are available in the School Residence grounds.

23. NOISE

MoMS. Appendix C, Method B, all of point 1.Noise testing may take place at any time at the discretion of the Chief Scrutineer or the Clerk of Course. Refer to Chapter 13 for details, Appendix C for testing details.

24. ANTI-DOPING POLICY

24.1

All competitors and officials are advised that drug testing may take place in accordance with MA's Anti-Doping Policy, as carried out by the Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority. Refer to MA website for details.

24.2

If any doubts exist over banned substances it is recommended competitors contact the Drugs in Sport Hotline, ph: 1800 020 506. When drug testing takes place, the awards may be delayed at Motorcycling Australia's discretion until the results of the tests are known.

25. DRUG AND ALCOHOL TESTING

All competitors and officials are advised that random drug and alcohol testing may take place during the competition. Refer to MA website for details on the Safety Policy – Drug and Alcohol testing. A certified Drug and Alcohol Tester will be on the team. Entrants will be chosen at random.

26. CODES OF BEHAVIOUR

All competitors, officials and parents are reminded of MA's Codes of Behaviour contained within MA's Member Protection Regulations, found at www.ma.org.au which is a guide to appropriate behaviour at all motorcycle race meetings. These Codes of Behaviour apply to this meeting and will be enforced.

27. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND ENVIROMATS

All riders must have a minimum 2kg, dry powder A:B (E) class, working fire extinguisher in their pit area. Absorbent but fuel proof Enviromats must be used for refueling. 2020 MA MoMS state size must be at least wheelbase long and bars wide, 5mm absorbent material able to take 1 litre and have a waterproof sole.

No smoking in the Pit/refuel area. 10 litre fuel drums only.

28. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA

All competitors, officials and parents are reminded of MA's Electronic Communications and Social Media Policy, found at www.ma.org.au, which sets out a framework for acceptable online behavior where communications involve fellow MA members, volunteers, officials, coaches, sponsors, partners, staff and any other connected persons.

29. PADDOCK/PIT AREA, PARC FERME SET-UP

The paddock/pit area will be available for setup (times and dates TBA) .Positions will be allocated by the Parc Ferme Manager. Space is limited so please be neat. Service vehicle will have to be moved to the Service Area Carpark by 5pm each day.

30. SIGN IN ALL DAY THURSDAY

Rally Class riders too, all day Thursday, (and up until 10am on Friday).

RIDERS MUST SIGN IN BEFORE SCRUTINEERING YOUR MOTORCYCLE.

Please bring :

Comp. Class bring Road Licence, proof of Ambulance Cover, MA Senior Comp Licence, Registration papers or electronic copy, 1698 Helmet (or other international Standard – see Appendix A in MoMS).

VR Rally Class riders entering on Saturday/Sunday 8-9am will have to supply the same as above bar the MA Licence.

31. COURSE DESCRIPTION

The course will consist of 4 different loops of approximately 50- 60ks used over the 3 days returning to the start/finish/Parc Ferme each loop. Checkpoints in the bush are not service checks. The terrain will be suited to vintage enduro motorcycles and the average rider. Special tests will separate the faster riders. As we use public roads which are not closed to the public, all riders will conform to the Traffic Codes and any recorded infringement will result in exclusion from the event. Police will be requested to attend. Riders must obey all STOP/GO traffic signals from our Road Crossing Supervisors. Riders reported ignoring these Road Crossing Supervisors will be excluded.

32. PENALTIES

Refer to Chapter 12 MoMS. But briefly:

NO OUTSIDE ASSISTANCE even from the sweeps unless your motorcycle is dead and out of competition. Sweeps will not assist you to get it going again.

Ghost riders will be hunted down, riders bumbags can't be touched by helpers/pit crew.

Spare parts replacement, tyres changing and refueling at the start area only.

No tear-offs.

33. TRANSPONDERS

Electronic Timing will be used for the competition classes only at this event. This occurs a transponder hire fee of $25 in addition to your entry fee. Transponder brackets (to be mounted vertically) are mandatory and have to be purchased for $15.

If you don't return your Transponder immediately you finish you will be charged a $20 late fee. If you lose your transponder or it is not returned for 7 days, you will be charged $610.

For riders hiring a transponder it will be removed from your bike after Day 2 for charging and given back at the start of Day 3.

If you have your own, recharge it then.

Special Test timing is to 1/100 of a second and is final. Queries only accepted if the unit fails.

Riders damaging the scoring equipment will be penalized by the Clerk of Course.

34. NO RESTART RULE

While there was historically no Restart Rule in the 1970s and 80s, Comp. Class riders who mechanically DNF, after clearing it with the Clerk of Course, can ride with the Rally Class the next day. Rally Class riders who mechanically DNF (NOT 'hour out') can restart the next day after consulting the C of C. No medal will be awarded in either situation.

35. ACCOMMODATION

For home stay availability, bookings. B&B, room share, house letting, etc contact Karen Bruno:

e: karenbruno@optusnet.com.au

Ph: 0409 212 473

For camping information, contact Brad Panos from the Blackwood Caravan Park:

e: info@blackwoodcaravanpark.com.au

Ph: 5368 6539

36. SCORING

36.1

Trail time scoring

Riders late or checking in before their due time will be penalised 60 points per minute

36.2

Special Test scoring (handicap/bonus system)

Handicap deductions for rider and bike ages will be calculated separately from the accumulated Special Test (ST) time and then the bonus time deducted.

Riders will be able to see in the daily results, their outright accumulated ST times and the separate ST times with the handicap/bonus percentage deducted.

This final ST handicap/bonus score will determine their class and outright placing, together with any trail time points lost.

For example: a 56-year-old rider on a 1981 bike has an accumulated ST sore of 831 seconds. Allowing for the Bonus of 4.40% for him and 1.20% for his bike, together 5.60% is subtracted from 831 seconds (-46.53) leaves him with a ST score of 784.53

There is a link to another example at the bottom of this page.

The VU, VW, V4, V3, V2 and V1 (Pioneer) classes, and outright positions, will be scored on outright accumulated times calculated using the bonus/handicap system.

The Outright class is open to ALL competitive entrants.

Deductions for rider and bike ages will be calculated separately from the outright time and then deducted.

Rider age will be determined by their age as of 1 January 2021.

State Trophy Teams, Vase Teams & Club Teams will also be scored on handicapped accumulated times.

More details about the handicap system are available.

36.2

Rally class (VR) riders will NOT be scored and only counted as finishers on each day..


Bonus system as used at the 2020 Trophee des Nations