Classes of Racing

The Different Classes of Racing
The different types of motorcycles are grouped into competitive classes based on size and power output. The classes have changed over the years and will continue to do so in the future as the popularity of various models change and new technology leads to improvements. For instance, the 350cc class that was so popular in the 1970s and the Superstock class started in 2002 no longer exists.

The following classes are currently run in local competitions… provided there are sufficient entries. For an explanation of the different types of motorcycle racing, see this page on Wikipedia.

Superbike

(SA Champs)

ABCD Over 600cc four-cylinder 4 stroke; over 675cc 3- cylinder 4 stroke; over 750cc 2-cylinder 4 stroke) 2 x 8 Laps Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Supersport (SA Champs) ABCDJ 600cc 4-cylinder 4 stroke; 675cc 3-cylinder 4 stroke; 750cc 2-cylinder 4 stroke. 2 x 8 Laps Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Naked Bike ABCD Unlimited capacity. Bike must be designed from factory as a “naked bike”. Sport bikes with fairings removed are not allowed.  

 

 

 

 

Classes run combined

2 x 8 Laps

 

 

 

 

 

Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd  in each class if more than 6 bikes enter

Pre-Modern 2006

(SA Champs)

ABCD Motorcycles must be fitted with an original compliance plate indicating that the date of manufacture is before December 31st, 2006 and all major components (motor, frame, wheels and brakes) as commonly available within that period.
Pre-Modern 2000

(SA Champs)

ABCD Motorcycles must be fitted with an original compliance plate indicating that the date of manufacture is before December 31st, 1999 and all major components (motor, frame, wheels and brakes) as commonly available within that period.
F1 Thunderbike

 

ABCD 2-cylinder 4 stroke over 700cc Single and triple cylinder bikes) All competitors must be 16 years of age or over.

a) Be of a production bike, of which the make and model lawfully sold in Australia or as a Japanese import.

b) Be as constructed by the manufacturer to conform to Australian Design Rules for normal road use.

c) All other rules as per 2021 GCR.

 

 

Combined with Pre-Mod

 

 

Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each class if more than 6 bikes enter

Fearless Class ABCD Harley Davidson Production Dyna Glide models with no engine, frame or external front suspension modifications, wheel, handlebars, brakes, and rear set modifications are allowed Combined with Pre-Mod Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Limited

(SA Champs)

ABCDJ Seniors: up to 400cc 3 or 4 cylinder 2 or 4 stroke; up to 500cc 2-cylinder 2 stroke; up to 700cc 2-cylinder 4 stroke; up to 800cc single cylinder.

Juniors: on single cylinder 125cc 2-stoke or 250cc 4 stroke must comply with MOMS 8.01.2021 7.21 Age Rules and be endorsed

 

 

Classes run combined

2 x 8 Laps

 

 

Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd. in each class

 

Trophy will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd Junior in each class

 

 

Super Sport 300

(SA Champs)

ABCDJ  Bikes that comply with MoMs 8.01.2021 Production Class 7.21 are eligible for State Title points. Open single and twin cylinder four stroke machines with a max capacity 400cc with modifications are only eligible for Club points
Juniors

(SA Champs)

J Junior 160cc, Junior 80cc, Yamaha R15 3 x 5 Laps Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each class
Race Your Mates CD See following clause for eligibility 3 x 6 Laps Trophies will be awarded 1st place in each row
Steve Martin Cup & Tim Inkster Cup ABCD

 

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4 stroke up to 1200cc for 2 or 3 cylinder and up to 1000cc for 4 cylinder. 1 x 12 Laps Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd BCD grade. Tim Inkster Cup trophy for 1st 2nd and 3rd placed A grader in Superbike
Reece Bancell CD 4 stroke up to 1200cc for 2 or 3 cylinder and up to 1000cc for 4 cylinder. 1 x 12 Laps Trophies will be awarded for outright 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
Women’s Cup   Open to any female rider. Will be awarded to the rider with the highest number of points scored in any class entered. If there are winners across multiple rows, positions will be based on 1st row to last row that competitors are entered in.