What bike can I race on to start racing?

There are restrictions as to size and type of motorcycle you may race if you are a newcomer to road racing.


At 12 years of age you may ride a Production based machine up to 125cc two stroke or 250cc four stroke.


At 15 years of age you may ride a GP type machine up to 125cc two stroke or 250cc four stroke.


AT 16 years of age you may ride a Production based machine up to 250cc two stroke, or a 400cc four stroke four cylinder or 650cc four stroke twin cylinder.


At 18 years of age without a DVLA Class A Road Licence you can ride a Production based machine up to 600cc four stroke four cylinder, 675cc four stroke three cylinder or a 750cc four stroke twin cylinder or a GP machine up to 250cc two stroke.
There are no restrictions on the type of machine you can ride if you are over 18years old and hols a DVLA Class A Road Licence.

Please see the ACU Licence Application Form (ACU Web Site) for full details of these restrictions.

As a newcomer to Road Racing you are required to wear an orange vest over your leathers, this can be obtained from the ACU at the same time as you apply for your Licence. The cost of the orange vest is £7.00 (non-refundable)







RACE RESULTS 08/10/2017
Round #7 & Stars at Darley

Next Event: March 2018 Round #1

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