H & H Regulations

INDEMNITY                 Held under the National Sporting Code of the ACU, the Standing Regulations and Supplementary Regulations issued for the meeting. In consideration for being permitted to participate in this event I declare as follows: Entry declaration: I / we the undersigned apply to enter the event described above and in consideration thereof:­  
  • I / we hereby declare that I / we have had the opportunity to read, and that I / we understand the National Sporting Code of the ACU, the ACU/SACU Standing Regulations, such Supplementary Regulations as have or may be issued for the event, and agree to be bound by them.
  • I / we further declare that I am / we are physically and mentally fit +to take part in the event and I am / we are competent to do so
  • I / we confirm that I / we understand the nature and type of event we are entering and its inherent risks and agree to accept the same notwithstanding that such risks may involve negligence on the part of the organisers or officials.
    • I / we confirm that the machine(s) as described below which I / we compete on shall be suitable and proper for the purpose.
    • I / we confirm that if any part of the event takes place on a public highway, the machine(s) described below shall be insured as required by the Road Traffic Acts, or equivalent legislation, and that it / they will comply with the regulations in respect thereof.
    • I / we agree that I am / we are required to register our arrival by "signing on" at the designated place not less than 30 minutes prior to commencement of my/our practice or first competition, whichever occurs first.
  Acknowledgement of the risks of motorsport:   I / we understand that by taking part in this event I / we are exposed to a risk of death, becoming permanently disabled or suffering some other serious injury and I / we acknowledge that even in the event that negligence on the part of the ACU/SACU , the promoter, the organising club, the venue owner, or any individual carrying out duties on their behalf were to be a contributory cause of any serious injury I / we may suffer, the dominant cause of any serious injury will always be my / our voluntary decision to take part in a high risk activity. I / we have read the above and acknowledge that my / our participation in motorsport is entirely at my / our own risk. “I confirm that I am not currently suspended from ACU/SACU permited competition or on the ACU/SACU Stop List as a result of concussion injury” “I undertake to notify the club of any recent (within the last 23 days) concussion injury and will produce a doctor’s note to state I am able to compete in the event” . The Doctors note to state “The rider is no longer suffering the consequences of concussion”. For riders suffering a concussion at an event this will be recorded on the Stewards Report form . Clubs should notify the office of riders suffering concussion as soon after the event as possible – where it will be noted on their licence form.                                                                                      Hare and Hounds 1               ELIGIBILITY All the riders and passengers must hold a current ACU or SACU licence and be a minimum age of 16 years. Any rider or passenger from another FMN MUST produce a licence issued by their FMN together with start permission and proof of personal accident Insurance. A Youth rider may compete as an Adult in these events but must be a minimum of 15 years of age and is restricted to a maximum machine capacity of 250cc. NB a rider who chooses to compete as an Adult cannot also compete as a Youth at any time in the same event. Youth riders must provide a Youth MX or Dual MX licence to enter adult events. 2               Youth Hare and Hound -  JUNIOR SUPPORT EVENTS An additional separate Junior Support event may be run in conjunction with any Hare & Hounds/X Country events catering for 8–14 yr olds on a maximum of 85cc machine. Each rider must be visible over the entire course to the Clerk of the Course or clearly identified static marshals YOUTH CLASSES The Youth class must be run as a separate session from any Adult classes at the same event and must not be combined with any Adult classes at the same event. Youth capacity/Age/ability classes may be allowed but must be stated in the Supplementary regulations. CAPACITY FOR YOUTH MACHINES Riders aged 8–14 – Machines must be a maximum of 85cc two stroke or 150cc four stroke, and electric bikes up to 10bhp measured at the rear wheel PHYSICAL ELIGIBILITY/PROFICIENCY ASSESSMENT  All riders should be able to sit astride their machines and with one foot firmly on the ground must be able to control the gear lever or the foot brake with the other foot. They should also be able to lift the bike up from a horizontal position on the ground to an upright position. Please Note all youth riders require a youth SACU or ACU, MX licence, either one day at £10 purchased on day, or annually at £25 (First Years licence) purchased from SACU. To get a licence, join a club and they will send you a signed licence application form.   SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS   (please keep this info) VENUE           :-     Tyninghame Links   COURSE         :                  Woodland and open field course, marked with arrows and tape, of approx. 15 mins duration. Parking                               NO bike to be ridden in the parking area, please. Scrutineering     :-            starts 8.00 AM,                     Race Start 9.30 AM for youth class     11:30 for adults DATE              :-                 Sunday 11th December 2016 MACHINES     :-                 Must be clearly numbered on front and side panels (with correct colour front background Red/green Expert, Yellow Clubman, Over 40 Blue, Black Sportsman) , engine noise must not exceed 94 dba. There will be no restriction on tyre type. PARC FERME :-                  Machines must not be started or worked on in the Parc Ferme. REFUELLING :-                   Will be restricted to an area designated for refuelling and will be marked by  green flags. No smoking will be permitted in or near this area. Engines must be stopped during refuelling.  All riders must provide a fire extinguisher and environmental mat. HELMETS       :-                  Gold or silver A.C.U. current stamped helmets must be worn. I.D. Discs         :-                Must be worn giving name, date of birth and blood group if known.   Concussion  :-                   “I undertake to notify the club of any recent (within the last 23 days) concussion injury and will produce a doctor’s note to state I am able to compete in the event” .            The Doctors note to state “The rider is no longer suffering the consequences of concussion”.     No Powerwashing allowed at the event. Penalty – EXCLUSION !! PENALTIES                         Exceeding walking pace in blue tape area                                         Exclusion Powerwashing                                                                                         Exclusion Course cutting or any other very dodgy practices                            Exclusion                                             Smoking in refuelling area                                                                     Exclusion PLEASE DO NOT DROP LITTER ANY WHERE IN THE PARKING AREAS OR ON THE COURSE THIS IS FARM LAND                                             OFFICIALS Clerk of the Course                                                                   Steven Palmer Chief Marshall                                                                          James Dods   NO RIDERS OTHER THAN COMPETITORS AND AUTHORISED MARSHALLS ALLOWED ON THE COURSE     --   HAVE A SAFE AND ENJOYABLE DAYS RIDING.  

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