Reminder: tear-offs banned from 1 January 2017

Reminder: tear-offs banned from 1 January 2017

Author: Media/Friday, November 25, 2016/Categories: State News

Motorcycling Queensland wishes to remind riders that as of 1st January, 2017, tear-offs will be banned in selected off-road disciplines (MX, SX, Classic MX, Enduro, ATV & Minikhana).

Please see the rule bulletin from Motorcycling Australia below:

RULE CHANGE
Information Bulletin #1620

November 25, 2016

Affected Disciplines:
MX / SX
Classic MX
Enduro
Off-Road ATV
Minikhana

Rule Pertains to:
Goggle/Visor Tear-offs
 
Current Rule in the 2017 Manual of Motorcycle Sport:
 Appendix A: GOGGLES AND VISORS
                         7.2       Off-Road Disciplines
                   7.2.0.1       Tear-offs are banned for all Off-Road related disciplines,
                                     including Minikhana
 
Rule Information:
Motorcycling Australia would like to remind all MA Off Road Racing disciplines that goggle and/or Visor tear-offs will be banned from competition as outlined in Appendix A, rule 7.2 of the 2017 MoMS. Roll-off systems are allowed. All MA affiliated clubs, promoters and participants should take note of the above to ensure riders adhere to this rule.
 
Rule change effective from:
1st January 2017
 
For a copy of the 2017 MoMS click here.

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