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RECOGNIZED CLASSES FOR ATV EVENTS:

NO down sleeving of motors allowed in any class!

 

Youth Classes

 

50cc STOCK (age 4-7)

50cc maximum.  This class is designed to be an entry level and a low-cost low maintenance class. No hybrids allowed or race ready machines allowed. This should be your name brand OEM manufactured machines like Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, Can-am, Polaris type machines.  DRR, Cobra and Apex are allowed.  Machines must remain stock and the only changes allowed are tires and rims to make them more stable on an mx track. You can run any brand tire. Rims may be off set to make wider and can be any make.

A tether switch is mandatory that hooks to the rider. All lights can be remover or must be taped over to avoid any broken glass on track. Machine must have race numbers on front and back. No other modifications allowed period!

Nerf bars are recommended or if machine has stock foot guards and is approved by an NEATV Official that will be allowed.

 

0-50cc Modified (age 4-9)

50cc maximum. Open Class. Cobras and hybrids allowed.  DRR and Apex parts may be interchanged between the two as long as it was an OEM part on either make at one point. After market cylinder kits allowed, 50cc limit.

 

0-70cc Limited (age 6-11)

70cc maximum.  Stock frame and ATV engine cases from the original manufacturer of that make and model must be used. OEM frames may have material added for strength. pvl ignition are allowed, electric water pumps allowed, reverse intakes allowed. These changes shall not affect frame geometry. Shocks/A-arms may be changed, but any brackets added must be bolted on only, no welding allowed in any suspension changes. NO Cobras, Hetrick, or high cost quads in this class.  Steering stabilizers allowed.  Aftermarket handlebars allowed. All other changes allowed.  DRR and Apex parts may be interchanged between the two as long as it was an OEM part on either make at one point.

 

70cc Modified (age 6-11)

70cc maximum. Open Class. Cobras and hybrids allowed.  DRR and Apex parts may be interchanged between the two as long as it was an OEM part on either make at one point. After market cylinder kits allowed, 70cc limit.

 

0-90cc Auto (age 7-15)

90cc maximum 2 strokes and 125cc maximum 4 strokes.  All ATV’s in this class must be auto shift, No manual clutches period.  Stock frame and ATV engine cases from the original manufacturer of that make and model must be used. OEM frames may have material added for strength. These changes shall not affect frame geometry. Shocks/A-arms may be changed, but any brackets added must be bolted on only, no welding allowed in any suspension changes. NO Cobras, Hetrick, or high cost quads in this class.  Steering stabilizers allowed.  Aftermarket handlebars allowed.  All other changes allowed. DRR and Apex parts may be interchanged between the two as long as it was an OEM part on either make at one point.

 

0-90cc Shifter (age 7-15)

90cc maximum 2 strokes and 125 maximum 4 strokes.  No Auto.  All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed.  Steering stabilizers allowed.  Aftermarket handlebars allowed.  All other changes allowed.  DRR and Apex parts may be interchanged between the two as long as it was an OEM part on either make at one point.

 

0-90cc Stock (age 7-15)

90cc maximum.  This class is designed to be an entry level and a low-cost low maintenance class. No Cobras and hybrids allowed. No DRR and Apex or race ready machines allowed. This should be your name brand OEM manufactured machines like Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki, Can-am, Polaris type machines. Machines must remain stock and the only changes allowed are tires and rims to make them more stable on an mx track. You can run any brand tire. Rims may be off set to make wider and can be any make.

A tether switch is mandatory that hooks to the rider. All lights can be remover or must be taped over to avoid any broken glass on track. Machine must have race numbers on front and back. No other modifications allowed period!

Nerf bars are recommended or if machine has stock foot guards and is approved by an NEATV Official that will be allowed.

 

Youth Classes - Age 9+

 

Youth Sport (age 9-13)

12-15 years and older.  91 cc to 300cc maximum 2 strokes or 4 strokes.  No pro, pro-am, or expert riders.  This class will be checked for cc maximum.  Top 3 do not have to move up. 

NEATV official may advance a rider to this class at age 8 if petitioned by the rider’s legal guardian and if approved by NEATV Official Jim Wuellenweber

**A rider must have prior racing experience to race a bike over 200 cc and must be approved by NEATV Official, Jim Wuellenweber **

 

Youth Open (age 12-15)

12-15 years of age. 250cc max 2 strokes or 300cc max 4 strokes, the Apex 250 is allowed, and hybrids are allowed as well, the Honda 250r is allowed but no power valves or cool heads. NEATV Official may advance a rider at age 11 to the Youth Open class if petitioned by the rider’s legal guardian and if approved by NEATV Official Jim Wuellenweber.

 

Women’s Open (Age 13+)

150cc-open for ages 15+.  13-14 years of age can ride up to a 240cc maximum 2-stroke or 300cc maximum 4-stroke.  Age 14 can ride a 450 but machine must follow the same rules as a production/stock bike class.  Once a rider has moved up to this class, they cannot return to any youth classes unless approved by the NEATV Official or Jim Wuellenweber.

 

450 C (age 15+)

201cc-450cc maximum 2 strokes and 4 strokes.  All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public.   Custom frames are allowed.  Top 3 riders in final points standing must move up unless age 15 they are allowed to stay back.

 

Open C (age 14+)

201cc-open for ages 14+.  All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed.  Top 3 riders in final points standing must move up unless age 14 and 15 they are allowed to stay back.

 

450 B (age 15+)

201-450cc maximum 2 strokes and 4 strokes.  All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed.  Top 3 riders in final points standing must move up.

**A 15-year-old rider must have prior racing experience with NEATV to run at the B level and must be approved by NEATV Official, Jim Wuellenweber **

 

Open B (age 16+)

201cc-open. All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed.  Top 3 riders in final points standing must move up. 

**A 15-year-old rider must have prior racing experience with NEATV to run at the B level and must be approved by NEATV Official, Jim Wuellenweber *

 

450 A (age 16+)

201cc-450cc maximum 2 strokes and 4 strokes.  All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed. Pro Riders are allowed in this class. 25+, 30+, 35+, college boy riders are allowed in this class. 5 Laps

 

Open A (age 16+)

201cc-open. All engines used in ATV competition must be production model ATV engines or single cylinder production model motorcycle engines available for sale to the general public. Custom frames are allowed. 5 Laps

 

450 Stock* (age 14+) – Back Yard Bikes Welcome

No Pro or Expert riders. This class will run one moto on Sunday and will be at a discounted class rate.

OEM motor and matching frame combination model required. Frame geometry must remain as designed by the OEM, including all suspension pivot points. Material may be added for strength but not removed from the OEM frame.  The following MAY be changed from stock: Tires and size, wheels (offset allowed), hyper tech wheels with center hubs included are allowed, sprockets, chain, gears, clutches, handlebars, levers, spark plug wire, coil wire, steering stem, grips, steering stabilizer, braided brake lines, air filter element (no air box rings), carburetor jetting (main, pilot only), removal of pipe baffle, front bumper, rear grab bar, relocating chain tensioner, fenders may be trimmed or aftermarket plastic is allowed, brake rotors, axle (must remain stock width) shocks may be re-valved and springs changed as long as they do not change the factory mounting location or housing or main design of the factory shock. A bigger reservoir cap is allowed. A different year shock may be used as long as it is from the same make and model machine and was factory. No altering of subframes, brake or clutch master cylinders.  Clutches and basket may be changed.  Nerf bars and tether switch are required. No other modifications allowed.

 

STOCK ENGINE RULES:

 

  1. Cylinder re-plating is allowed but must retain the original manufacturer's bore

  2. On all machines –any aftermarket slip on pipe is allowed but rest of exhaust must remain stock. You can remove the baffle from your stock factory pipe.

  3. High-compression pistons are not allowed

  4. ALL internal engine components must be stock OEM parts. No swapping of stock parts or modifying in any way of the motor from original factory form.

  5. All external engine parts must be stock OEM (carburetors, cases, cylinders, etc.). No modifying period!

  6. Stock OEM carburetor only.  You can re-jet the main and pilot jets only.  Absolutely no other modifications period!

  7. Stock injectors, stock injector housings only.

  8. On oil injection machines only oil may be put in reservoir.  Pre-mix fuel is no allowed in oil injection system.

  9. Ecu module can be changed or added.  Can-Am can only run the one that comes in the stage 1 mx package.  Suzuki can run the cherry bomb. Other brand machines the same equivalent style boxes. If in doubt if your machine is legal check with Jim Wuellenweber only!

  10. Wire harness may be trimmed down to eliminate switch, lights, etc.

  11. No removal of air box lid or modifications done to lid, or box and no outerwear covers. No a-arms, wheel spacers, or aftermarket bolt pattern changing hubs, no swing arms, etc. No factory OEM upgraded performance parts allowed (gtyr, hrc, etc. are not allowed) due to costs.  No lowered sub frames allowed, pistons must be stock style and be made of the same material.

 

 

Vet C - 25+ (age 25+)

201cc-open. Must be 25 years of age or older to race this class. No Active Pro, Pro-Am, A or B riders can run this class.  C riders allowed. C refers to Novice – a beginner rider.

 

Vet B - 25+ (age 25+)

201cc-open. Must be 25 years of age or older to race this class. No Active A, Pro or Pro-Am riders can run this class.  B riders that are allowed. A riders returning to competition after 3 years can run this class.

Pro riders returning to competition after 4 years will need to get approval by the NEATV Official Referee or Jim Wuellenweber to go back to Vet B class.

 

Vet A - 25+ (age 25+)

201cc-open. Must be 25 years of age or older to race this class. No Active Pro or Pro-Am riders can run this class.  “A” riders are allowed. Pro or Pro-Am riders returning to competition after 3 years can run this class.

 

30+ (age 30+)

201cc-open. Must be 30 years of age or older to race this class. No Active Pro or Pro-Am riders can run this class.  A, B, C riders allowed.

 

40+ (age 40+)

201cc-open. Must be 40 years or older to race in this class.  No active Pro or Pro-Am riders can run this class.  A, B, C riders allowed.

 

 

 

Pro (age 16+)

201-450cc maximum.  Hybrids allowed.   A rider can use another machine other than the one he/she qualified on or used in a previous race as long as it is legal for that class. NEATV is a one-day event so teams and riders don't have proper time to make changes or repairs. Any rider that completes 50% of the laps will be scored.  There is no pushing an ATV across line for that 50% or last lap nor sitting waiting to take the checkered flag for the last lap for safety reasons. To compete as a pro level rider, you must meet certain qualifications as shown under classification of riders. To be eligible for the year end payout you must be a member and you must start in at least 8 of the 10 scheduled races.  If a race is cancelled due to inclement weather that will not count, it would then go to 7 out of 9 races must be raced.

Pro Class is 13 minutes plus 2 laps.  Pro Class will get one site lap before moto’s.

Top 3 overall Pro riders for the day should report to the podium immediately after second moto for media purposes.

 

 

 

SxS / UTV CLASSES

SxS Open Pro 0-1000cc (age 16+):

Must have several years of verifiable experience racing an ATV, UTV or other motocross racing on a mx track.  This is an Expert class, so you must have experience.  Factory manufactured turbo UTV’S allowed. Aftermarket shocks are permitted. Aftermarket suspension is allowed. Tires and wheels can be replaced. Power steering is allowed. Aftermarket power steering racks are allowed. Aftermarket exhaust is allowed. Computers can be reprogrammed. Aftermarket skid plates and bumpers allowed. You can relocate cooling fan. Roll cage upgrades are allowed. All other changes are allowed unless otherwise told by an NEATV Official. You can race with or without a passenger. No radio or communication devices allowed at all. Passenger must be age 16 or over and must fit safely into seat belt (minimum 4-point harness) and sign a waiver. Must have side numbers for scoring. No Ace style single seater machines except for the Polaris RS1

 

 SxS Open (age 16+):

Aftermarket shocks are permitted. Aftermarket suspension is allowed. Tires and wheels can be replaced. Power steering is allowed. Aftermarket power steering racks are allowed. Aftermarket exhaust is allowed. Computers can be reprogrammed. Aftermarket skid plates and bumpers allowed. You can relocate cooling fan. Roll cage upgrades are allowed. All other changes allowed unless otherwise told by an NEATV Official. You can race with or without a passenger. Passenger must be age 16 or over and must fit safely into seat belt and must have a minimum of a 4- point harness. No radio or communication devices allowed at all. Must have side numbers for scoring. No Ace style single seater machines. Except the Polaris RS1.

 

SxS Youth 170 (age 8 - 12):

Aftermarket shocks are permitted. Aftermarket suspension is allowed. Tires and wheels can be replaced. Power steering is allowed. Aftermarket power steering racks are allowed. Aftermarket exhaust is allowed. Computers can be reprogrammed. Aftermarket skid plates and bumpers allowed. You can relocate cooling fan. Roll cage upgrades are allowed. All other changes allowed unless otherwise told by an NEATV Official. No radio or communication devices allowed at all. Must have side numbers for scoring. No passengers allowed.

 

 

SxS Mandatory Equipment:

4-point harness seat belts minimum (5-point harness recommended)

New seat brackets

Roll cage gussets to strengthen stock cage or aftermarket stronger cage

Fire extinguisher

Factory window nets or aftermarket nets that will keep feet and hands inside of UTV for driver and passenger.

Helmet

Goggles

Number plates on both sides and front/rear

All passengers must sign a waiver

 

Anyone that shows up at an event that does not have the entire mandatory requirements listed above will not be allowed to race the SxS Pro class but may be able to race the SxS Open class.  Drivers must have all the mandatory equipment by the next race event. This option is only at the discretion of an NEATV Official.  If you opt to race without all the mandatory equipment, it will be at your own risk even if an Official allows you to race. 

 

 

Highly recommended, but not mandatory for safety:

Windshield or Screen

Racing fire suit

Rear view mirror

Roof

Doors

Upgraded seats

Roll cage gussets to strengthen stock cage or aftermarket stronger cage

 

 

MEDICAL COVERAGE:

Medical insurance coverage has NOT been provided by NEATV/UTV MX, LLC or the track. We urge you not to compete in any of our competitions without adequate personal medical insurance coverage. 

 

STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY:

You are voluntarily entering an NEATV/UTV MX, LLC event. An NEATV/UTV MX, LLC event is one that is listed in the official NEATV/UTV MX, LLC schedule.  It does not indicate that the course has been inspected or approved by NEATV/UTV MX, LLC nor does it indicate that the officials have been trained or accredited by NEATV/UTV MX, LLC nor does it indicate that your safety has been assured by any NEATV/UTV MX, LLC Official or any track.  Each participant in competition must assume the risk of competition.

 

Riders must register for practice or the race before riding their machine anywhere on the facility grounds.

ATV Racing is inherently dangerous. You should take part in this event based on your own assessment of your abilities.  NEATV/UTV MX, LLC does not test the skill of individual participants, nor does NEATV/UTV MX, LLC judge rider competence or ability. Participants are solely responsible for their own safety as well as the quality and condition of their ATV/UTV/ATC and protective apparel.

All riders must participate in at least 4 events to qualify for year-end championships and year end payout money or prizes. 

Pro and/or ProSport class must participate in 8 out of 10 races to qualify in the year end payout money or year end prizes. 

WARNING:

You should be aware that an ATV’s and UTV’s are not a toy and may be dangerous to operate. To avoid death or severe personal injury never drive an ATV, UTV or ATC without proper instruction.  Take a training course.  Beginning riders should receive training from a certified instructor.  Call the ATV Hotline at (800) 887-2887 to find out about training courses offered in your area.  Never allow a child less than 16 years of age to ride an ATV without adult supervision.  Children need to be observed carefully because not all children have the strength, size, skill or judgment needed to ride an ATV safely.  Always ride an ATV / UTV with the proper protective gear which includes a good helmet, goggles, boots, gloves, heavy trousers, long sleeve shirt, and a chest protector.  ATV mishaps, in competition or otherwise, can result in injury or death.

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