Supplementary Regs for Enduro and Hare
and Hound for 2016 (Changes in red). Know the rules - read the regs
Enduro Regs 2016
SACU Hare and Hound Regs
Note that for all
Enduros and Hare and Hounds there will be no goggle Tear Offs
allowed - but Roll offs will be permitted - as long as the rider
removes any damaged roll offs.
Rules and Regs for 2016
procedure in the past for riders stopped for a spot sound
test was that riders were given a 10 minute delay allowance,
and had to wait until this 10 minute delay allowance had
expired before proceeding.
This was very unpopular with riders and organiserís as it
often meant riders circulating well out of sequence,
possibly being mixed up with other classes in Special Tests
and so on.
For 2016, attention is drawn to the following, which in
effect means that a rider receives no delay allowance at a
spot sound test, and can proceed immediately it has taken
place, but may if they desire, claim a 2 min time allowance
at the next Time check. They do not have to do this, and may
prefer to stay on original time. If the two minutes are
claimed, all further times for the day will be plus two
minutes. Below is an extract from the 2011 Standing Enduro
Control of Exhaust Sound Level
NB Either the 2 Metre Max or RPM test method is acceptable
at an event, however whichever system the sound tester
adopts will be the only reading accepted and there will be
no opportunity to ask for an alternative method of sound
There may be one or more sound level tests taken during the
event at any point on the route, as close as practical
following a time check or refuelling area. Any rider who is
required to take this spot test may, if he requires, claim a
delay time allowance of TWO minutes at the next check point.
If these two minutes is claimed then all following check
times for the day will be plus 2 minutes).
Note to all
riders for 2016 - please ensure you have the correct number background for your class -
KTM Orange does not count as a background!!
Expert - Red or green on all sides, Clubman and O-40 Yellow front, Sportsman Black
front. . So now you will know you've been passed by a Sportsman !! It really helps the
organisers on the course. BEC over 40 riders can use
blue background with white numbers
Clubman / B
And a reminder
all riders. You must stop at the start of each Special Test to allow the timekeepers to
record your number and to set the timing gear. If you don't stop you could miss having a
lap recorded. And ensure you follow the marked route. If you miss a corner you must go
back and rejoin the course at the point you left it. Any riders found by the Clerk of the
Course off the marked route risk disqualification.