Waltham Chase MCC dates for 2018.
||Club Championship Round 1
||Club Championship Round 2
||Club Championship Round 3
||Doreen Earle Series Round 1
||Doreen Earle Series Round 2
||The Keith Marshall Classic
||Doreen Earle Series Round 3
||Hobnail Trophy/Round 4 Championship
||Doreen Earle Series Round 4 - Camping
||Club Championship Round 5 Camping
||Doreen Earle Series Round 5
|20th -22nd July
||Netley Marsh Weekend
||The St Paul Trophy
||Doreen Earle Series Round 6
||Club Championship Round 6
||The Alan Sansom/Club Championship Round 7
||Club Championship Round 8
||Dick Hoyles Charity Trial
|20th Jan 2019
||Club Championship Round 1
We have had a number of calls from members asking about age restrictions. I have extracted the following from the 2018 ACU handbook for guidance only. Please read the Handbook to see full definitions.
YOUTH AGE GROUPS
A Class born between 01.01.2001 and 31.12.2002 (125cc)
B Class born between 01.01.2003 and 31.12.2005 (125cc)
C Class born between 01.01.2006 and 31.12.2008 (80cc)
D Class born between 01.01.2009 and 31.12.2012 (80cc)
Note: To ride a Combustion engined machine the rider must have attained 6 years.
E Class Minimum age – 4 years and born after 01.01.2013. Note: The rider must have attained 4 years at the date of the competition.
ENGINE CAPACITY/WHEEL SIZE FOR ABOVE AGE GROUPS The maximum permitted for machines used in the Age Groups set out in this Regulation are as follows:
A Class 125cc Mono or 250cc Twinshock** combustion engine, and Electric up to 10bhp measured at the rear wheel.
B Class 125cc Mono or 250cc Twinshock** combustion engine, and Electric up to 10bhp measured at the rear wheel. ** Twinshock machines over 125cc must have twin rear suspension units and drum brakes as at the time of manufacture.
C Class Standard Wheel 80cc combustion engine, and Electric up to 7bhp measured at the rear wheel
C Class Medium Wheel 80cc combustion engine Electric up to 7bhp measured at the rear wheel
D Class with Medium Wheel 80cc combustion engine Electric up to 7bhp measured at the rear wheel
D Class with Small Wheel 80cc Combustion Engine Electric up to 7bhp measured at the rear wheel
E Class Small Wheel Electric powered machines up to 2bhp measured at the rear wheel.
Criteria for riders wishing to ride in any higher class: • Events below National status – a rider may compete in any class higher than that of his/her age group at the discretion of the organizers. • National status competitions – a rider may at the discretion of the Trials and Enduro Committee be permitted to ride in the higher class. Applications to be made in writing. Criteria for riders wishing to ride in any lower class:
A rider may enter any event in a class below that of his/her age group.
In all cases the rider must always comply with the maximum capacity and wheel size for their actual age.
Please note: For Waltham Chase Events we are flexible with all OSET machines and E and D classes.