SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing.

MotorBicycleRacing

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Friday 20th Oct as practice day and fun track riding until dusk for only $20 wearing
all the safety gear.

$10 Gate Pass for everyone: Spectators & Racers.
Kids 16 and under $2

$35 Race Fee: Motorized Bicycles, GoPeds, GoQuads.
Sorry, no Credit Cards, please bring $5 bills and exact change.

Grange Motor Circuit
20455 Central Rd, Apple Valley, California 92307


FULL FACE DOT rated helmet or better like Snell.

No open face helmets.
No bicycle helmets.
No novelty motorcycle / skateboard helmets without DOT certification.

Eye protection.

Knee and Elbow Pads with Shin & Forearm protection. or Full Leathers or Motocross Gear.

Adequate Gloves. No cut off fingers. No bare hands.

Ankle protecting & supporting footwear or boots.


If you wear a heavy leather jacket you don't need elbow pads.
Long pants, no shorts or exposed skin please.

The pit road speed limit is 4 mph [ WALKING ] speed and will be STRICTLY ENFORCED.


A Back Protector, Shoulder & Hip Padding is Highly Recommended.
Fire extinguisher is recommended.
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A DOT helmet is required by California law to ride a
gas powered motorized bicycle or Moped on the streets.
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MotorBicycleRacing

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First time going to Grange Motor Circuit?
Do not follow the "wego.here" directions on the Facebook event page.
USE GOOGLE MAPS for directions.
There is a railroad track on Quarry Rd blocking Central Rd to the South of Grange.
Drive East on Stoddard Wells Rd which is gravel from Dale Evans Pkwy then turn Right (South) on Central Rd.

20455 Central Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307, USA

45 people have already signed up in one day on the Facebook Event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1329490493815947
 

MotorBicycleRacing

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The big dog Unlimited class is going to be exciting with a quite a few bikes racing.
Affordable Go Karts new frame being tested and raced for the first time.

 

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How did he get that low profile tire for that 4 inch rim? Are they just like 2.5s spread out or is it something specifically bought?
 

MotorBicycleRacing

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How did he get that low profile tire for that 4 inch rim? Are they just like 2.5s spread out or is it something specifically bought?
Quite a few people have put 2.5 hookworms on 4" wide rims.
Maxxis does not recommend it but I have not heard of any problems aside from getting them on there.

SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing only allows bicycle tires at our races.

 

Frankenstein

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Quite a few people have put 2.5 hookworms on 4" wide rims.
Maxxis does not recommend it but I have not heard of any problems aside from getting them on there.

SoCal Motor Bicycle Racing only allows bicycle tires at our races.

I figured as much, thought of it but never tried, now I want to try it. Thank you also for answering an unheard question my friend had yesterday when I showed him that bike, now I can tell him what engine it had too!
 

MotorBicycleRacing

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I figured as much, thought of it but never tried, now I want to try it. Thank you also for answering an unheard question my friend had yesterday when I showed him that bike, now I can tell him what engine it had too!
What engine do you think that bike has? or was that a joke?

Slick details.

 
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