Schedule

New 2017 Schedule – subject to change.

Updated 12/19/2017

Click on the links below to view event details and directions.

 

April 1st, 2017 Farmington, NM Restart Enduro

General:

Sundays race format has changed!

NM OHV Regulations

  • No camping fee.
  • There will be a $10 gate fee for the weekend per person (10 and under are free).  The BLM has “asked” us to make sure everyone has a wristband on for this event.  This will ensure everyone is there to take part in the race.  We had some non racers last year try and ride around since they thought it was ok.  This will make sure everyone is safe but it will cost to staff the area for 18 hours per day.  We appreciate your understanding.
  • Please bring your bikes jetted, there will not be a jetting loop.   The race area will be closed from Tuesday 3/29/17 and public riding will not be allowed until Monday 4/2/17.
  • Pit areas will be located next to the start / finish line and the camping area.
  • AMA membership will not be required.
  • There will not be a mini clinic on our two day events.  Sorry for any inconvenience.
  • 9-10 mile loop
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe pros again from 22A through ?
  • Riders will be assigned their row # on a first come first served basis at the promoter discretion.
  • No membership will be required for Saturday’s race.
  • Points paying event for RMEC and Webe on Saturday and Webe points only for Sunday.
  • Due to space lmitations we will need to use the same course for both days but we will have slight changes between days.  Our Espanola two day race September 23rd-24th, 2014 will have two seperate courses.
  • Each loop of the enduro is scored separately and the total time of all the loops will be combined for final scores.
  • Saturday enduro’s points will go toward RMEC and WEBE year end championships.
  • Make sure you sign up in the same level for both the RMEC and WEBE.  Both series DO NOT allow you to move down a class without permission from the director or the chairman.  If you run A with RMEC you must run A with WEBE since points are given to both series.
  • You may request a number (since we will be using normal hare scramble numbers for the enduro) by emailing info@weberacing.com .  Give us your name, class you will race, bike make and size and your top three number choices.  We will not respond to any emails after 3/30/17, we will be packing up the database and driving to the race site.

Terrain:

Plan for some hard packed trails but mainly sand hills and sandwashes.  This course will be great with huge berms to test your skills.  Gearing is a toss up, if you gear your bike for the hills you will lose out on the sand washes.  Elevation is 5,395 feet.  Loop will be 9-11 miles long.

Sign up times:

  • Friday: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 7:00am – 4:00pm
  • Sunday: 7:00am – 11:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up: 7:00am – 4:00pm

Enduro Race (RMEC and WEBE points event)

Please understand that the race starts only 3 hours after sign up starts on Saturday and the line will be big with two series racing the same race.  Sign up early and remember that we have a friday night sign up.  If you just plan on racing the hare scramble on Sunday then please wait to sign up until after the start of the Saturday race.

Webe pros will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe again 22A through ?

9am Mandatory Riders meeting – Mandatory Pro riders meeting directly after the main riders meeting.

10 am Start

We will be giving out row assignment but allowing all riders to use their hare scramble numbers.  You will be given a transponder with your number (example #424) and you will have # 424 on your bike.  We will also give you a small red sticker for your front number plate showing what row you line up on and what time you will start.  Row 1 will start at 10:01 am and row 30 will start at 10:30 am.  The start time for each loop will be every hour, so if you are on row 30 you will start at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and so on.  Pro and Expert classes will race 5 loops, Amateur 4 loops and Novice will race 3 loops.  Please understand that the Pro’s will only take about 25 minutes but the slower novice racer could take 45 minutes.  We must make sure that the Novice racers have a chance to rest between loops as well, so if your fast you will get a longer break between loops.  Be respectiful and be patience, we need to make sure everyone has a good time.

  • All Mini Races: 3:45pm Approximate
  • Trophy presentation for all Mini classes: 5:15pm Approximate
  • 6:45 Webe year end awards banquet.  Dinner will be available to everyone, you don’t have to participate in the awards banquet to take advantage of the dinner.

Food will be offered on Saturday and Sunday.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.

Sunday:

Hare Scramble Race (WEBE points event)

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • 7:45 – 8:15 Practice
  • Novice (C) class bike race 9:15am
  • 11 am Mandatory Pro riders meeting at sign up.
  • Pro (AA),  Expert (A) and Amateur (B) class race 12 pm
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

 

Hotels:

www.microtelinn.com/aztec is offering a Webe special.  Make sure you mention us for a discount!

Hotels

Location:

These directions will be the easiest but may not be the fastest.

  • The race site is located 1.3 miles south of Farmington on Hwy 371.  Head south on Murray drive at the south end of Farmington until you get to the shell gas station.  Head south (right) on Hwy 371 for a 1.3 miles and look for the race arrows on the west side.
  • This is the address to the Shell gas station 1.3 miles away.  From there go south on the Bisti HWy (HWY 371) 1.3 miles.  1020 Bisti Hwy, Farmington, NM 87401

April 2nd, 2017 Farmington, NM Hare Scramble

General:

 

  • No camping fee.
  • There will be a $10 gate fee for the weekend per person (10 and under are free).  The BLM has “asked” us to make sure everyone has a wristband on for this event.  This will ensure everyone is there to take part in the race.  We had some non racers last year try and ride around since they thought it was ok.  This will make sure everyone is safe but it will cost to staff the area for 18 hours per day.  We appreciate your understanding.
  • Please bring your bikes jetted, there will not be a jetting loop.   The race area will be closed from Tuesday 3/29/17 and public riding will not be allowed until Monday 4/2/17.
  • Pit areas will be located next to the start / finish line and the camping area.
  • AMA membership will not be required.
  • There will be no mini clinic on our two day races.  Sorry for any inconvenience.
  • 9-10 mile loop
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe pros again from 22A through ?
  • Riders will be assigned their row # on a first come first served basis at the promoter discretion.
  • No membership will be required for Saturday’s race.
  • Points paying event for RMEC and Webe on Saturday and Webe points only for Sunday.
  • Due to space lmitations we will need to use the same course for both days but we will have slight changes between days.  Our Espanola two day race September 23rd-24th, 2014 will have two seperate courses.
  • Each loop of the enduro is scored separately and the total time of all the loops will be combined for final scores.
  • Saturday enduro’s points will go toward RMEC and WEBE year end championships.
  • Make sure you sign up in the same level for both the RMEC and WEBE.  Both series DO NOT allow you to move down a class without permission from the director or the chairman.  If you run A with RMEC you must run A with WEBE since points are given to both series.
  • You may request a number (since we will be using normal hare scramble numbers for the enduro) by emailing info@weberacing.com .  Give us your name, class you will race, bike make and size and your top three number choices.  We will not respond to any emails after 3/30/17, we will be packing up the database and driving to the race site.

Terrain:

Plan for some hard packed trails but mainly sand hills and sandwashes.  This course will be great with huge berms to test your skills.  Gearing is a toss up, if you gear your bike for the hills you will lose out on the sand washes.  Elevation is 5,395 feet.  Loop will be 9-11 miles long.

Sign up times:

  • Friday: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 7:00am – 4:00pm
  • Sunday: 7:00am – 11:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up: 7:00am – 4:00pm

Enduro Race (RMEC and WEBE points event)

Please understand that the race starts only 3 hours after sign up starts on Saturday and the line will be big with two series racing the same race.  Sign up early and remember that we have a friday night sign up.  If you just plan on racing the hare scramble on Sunday then please wait to sign up until after the start of the Saturday race.

Webe pros will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe again 22A through? (No pro payback on Saturday)

9am Mandatory Riders meeting – Mandatory Pro riders meeting directly after the main riders meeting.

10 am Start

We will be giving out row assignment but allowing all riders to use their hare scramble numbers.  You will be given a transponder with your number (example #424) and you will have # 424 on your bike.  We will also give you a small sticker for your front number plate showing what row you line up on and what time you will start.  Row 1 will start at 10:01 am and row 30 will start at 10:30 am.  The start time for each loop will be every hour, so if you are on row 30 you will start at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and so on.  Pro, semi pro (Pro 2) and Expert classes will race 5 loops, Amateur 4 loops and Novice will race 3 loops.  Please understand that the Pro’s will only take about 25 minutes but the slower novice racer could take 45 minutes.  We must make sure that the Novice racers have a chance to rest between loops as well, so if your fast you will get a longer break between loops.  Be respectiful and be patience, we need to make sure everyone has a good time.

  • All Mini Races: 3:45pm Approximate
  • Trophy presentation for all Mini classes: 5:15pm Approximate
  • 6:45 Webe year end awards banquet.  Dinner will be available to everyone, you don’t have to participate in the awards banquet to take advantage of the dinner.

Food will be offered on Saturday and Sunday.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.

Sunday:

  • Sign up:  7:00am – 11:00am
  • Riders meeting: 7:15am

Hare Scramble Race (WEBE points event)

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • 7:45 – 8:15 Practice
  • Novice (C) class bike race 9:15am
  • 11 am Mandatory Pro riders meeting at sign up.
  • Pro (AA),  Expert (A) and Amateur (B) class race 12 pm
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

www.microtelinn.com/aztec is offering a Webe special.  Make sure you mention us for a discount!

Hotels

Location:

These directions will be the easiest but may not be the fastest.

  • The race site is located 1.3 miles south of Farmington on Hwy 371.  Head south on Murray drive at the south end of Farmington until you get to the shell gas station.  Head south (right) on Hwy 371 for a 1.3 miles and look for the race arrows on the west side.
  • This is the address to the Shell gas station 1.3 miles away.  From there go south on the Bisti HWy (HWY 371) 1.3 miles.  1020 Bisti Hwy, Farmington, NM 87401

May 20th-21st, 2017 Monticello, UT

Terrain:

You get to ride on a very mellow track built by dirt wurxs and hard packed trails.  The track will be groomed and watered for practice and the race.  No sand or large hills at this location.

  • No spark arrestors required
  • $10 gate fee for the weekend (under 5 and over 65 free)
  • No camping fee

Remember, this is a priviate track with maintained roads and parking area.  Please pay your gate fee with a smile, without people like them we wouldn’t have many places to ride!  All gate fee money goes to the land owners who prep and water the track.

Sign up times:

  • Friday: No Friday sign up.
  • Saturday: 7:00am – 4:00pm
  • Sunday: 7:00am-11am

Friday:

Sorry, no Friday night sign up.

Saturday:

Sign up 7am-4pm

9am  Free mini race clinic.  We are always looking for our Pro’s to help in the teaching process, if you have the time to teach the kids who will someday be beating you on the trail let us know.  Email address: info@weberacing.com

  • Practice 11:00am – 11:30am
  • Team Race 12:30pm – 2:30pm

Mini races 3:30pm approximate.  We will be running both 50cc classes together but will run the 65 and 85 mini classes seperate.

Food will be offered on Saturday and Sunday.  Breakfast, lunch and dinner on Saturday and breakfast and lunch on Sunday.    Please try and support the food vendors so they want to come back.

Sunday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • C class bike race 8am
  • Mandatory Pro riders meeting at 10am
  • Pro, A and B class race 10:45am
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

Hotels

Location:

Bull hollow Raceway is located 5 miles south of Monticello on HWY 191.  The entrance is on the west side of HWY 191 and has a huge arch at the entrance.

June 24th-25th, 2017 Aztec, NM

General:

No Camping fee

$10 dollar gate fee per person (gate fee covers Saturday and Sunday).  10 and under free.

The Pro, A and B classes can qualify for the 2 hour main event on Sunday.  Please review the GP schedule and it will explain on how to qualify.

There will be no scheduled mini practice.  There will be two open areas for them to practice all day on Saturday.  We are planning on having a parade lap for the mini classes only.

Sign up times:

GP Schedule

Saturday:

GP Schedule

There will be no scheduled mini practice.  There will be two open areas for them to practice all day on Saturday.  We are planning on having a parade lap for the mini classes only.

Sunday:

GP Schedule

There will be no scheduled mini practice.  There will be two open areas for them to practice all day on Saturday.  We are planning on having a parade lap for the mini classes only.

Hotels:

www.microtelinn.com/aztec is offering a Webe special.  Make sure you mention us for a discount!

Hotels

Terrain:

We will be using the moto track and a GP loop.  We will have a prepped track and offroad sections and some hard packed trails.

Location:

Aztec, NM

 

July 22nd-23rd, 2017 Powderhorn Resort Mesa, CO

General:

$10 gate fee per person.  10 years and under are free.

Dry camping, no water or electric.  Restrooms with water will be in the main building and Portable restrooms will be provided.

Sign up times:

  • Friday: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 8:00am – 3:00pm
  • Sunday: 7:00am-10:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up: 8:00am – 4:00pm
  • 9:00am – 10:00am Mini practice.  This will be the only time allowed for mini practice.
  • Full course practice: 11am – 11:30am
  • Team Race: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
  • Mini races: 3:30pm
  • Food will be offered on Saturday and Sunday.  Powderhorn will be offering beer and wine during the day on Saturday and Sunday as well.  If you like this location, please try to eat and drink with Powderhorn.  The more revenue they can make the more they will want to have us come back.  Thanks for the support!

Sunday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 10:45am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • C class bike race 8am
  • Mandatory Pro riders meeting 10am
  • Pro, A and B class race 10:45am
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

These are the hotels at the race site.  There is not a large amount of rooms available so make sure you book early if you want to stay and ride from your hotel room!  These places usually are not open during the summer and they are offering a racer special.  Make sure you mention webe to get your discount.

Camping Information

http://www.powderhorn.com/lodging

Local Hotel, motel  and other Information

 http://www.visitgrandjunction.com/hotels-motels

Click here for hotels not at the resort located in surrounding areas.

Terrain:

We will be able to ride in aspen groves and gamble oak.  There will be some elevation change but it will not be directly on the steep ski slopes.

Location:

Powdehorn Ski Resort

September 2nd-3rd, 2017 Monte Vista, CO

General:

$10 gate fee per person.  10 years and under are free.  This is an incredible site to have a race.  Please pay with a smile to make sure we can come back next year.

Dry camping, portable toilets will be provided.

There will be a food vendor on site.

 

Sign up times:

  • Friday              6pm-8pm
  • Saturday           8am-4pm
  • Sunday 7am-10:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up:  Saturday 8am-4pm
  • 11:00am – 11:30 am practice
  • 12:30pm – 2:30 pm Team Race
  • 3:30pm all mini races

Sunday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • C class bike race 8am (1:15 hour race)
  • Mandatory Pro riders meeting 10am
  • Pro, A and B class race 10:45am  (2 hour race)
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

Hotels

General: Please bring your bikes jetted, there will be no jetting loop. No pit riding please, if you see someone pit riding or doing anything that will upset the land owner please say something. Pack out your own trash. Primitive camping will be available with no water or electric. Portable toilets will be provided. Kids race will be held on Saturday evening.  Elevation is approx. 8700 feet.

Terrain: Great mountain riding! River crossings, tight trees and lots of elevation changes. Stock or lower gearing will be an advantage.

Directions: From Monte Vista, Colorado: Go 12 miles South on Hwy 15, turn west or right on Forest Service Road 250, follow the orange arrows approximately 12 miles up the main road past the Terrace Reservoir. Turn left down into the cottonwood parking area. PLEASE be respectful, the ONLY time you can ride this area is during the race.

Map From Monte Vista

Map From ABQ

September 23rd, 2017 Espanola, NM - Restart Enduro

General:

Here are the exact rules and regulations that will be enforced by the BLM AND Game and Fish:

New Mexico residents must have all OHV’s registered with the MVD’s yellow resident decal or a decal or user permit from another state to participate in sanctioned or permitted events.  You may use another states OHV sticker to be legal.  You should register with the state of NM but if you are not able to, you may use an out of state OHV stickers from another state.

Non-residents who will be using OHV’s solely for organized and endorsed competitions are exempt from any OHV state laws; including youth size fit standards and safety permit requirements.

Non-residents who are practicing for the race on public land prior to the race weekend MUST comply with all state laws.  Once they are participating in the official event, then and only then, they are exempted from the OHV act.

Regardless of residency status all OHV’s must be equipped with a US Forest Service approved spark arrestor.

Motorcycle participants under the age of 6 are allowed to operate on public land, regardless of their residency status.  ATV participants under the age of 6 are prohibited from using their ATV on public land, unless they are non-residents.

Participants ranging in the age from 6 to 17 who are New Mexico residents (Out of  state riders are exempt) MUST have a safety permit and present it on demand regardless of skill level.  This does not apply if you are a non-resident rider.  New Mexico offers online training at www.B4uRide.com, and trainers can take any of the three offered trainings. Two are listed as ATV, but this will still meet the requirement. The online trainings are offered by a third party vendor so there is a charge associated with printing their certificate.

BLM also offer hands-on safety training, and our current schedule and registration process can also be found at www.B4uRide.com. Hands on training is free to all OHV users who have their machines registered in NM, and trainings last about 4 hours. They are typically held on Saturdays in several communities across the state.  If you are a non- resident and are asked for your safety permit you simply may let them know you are not a resident of NM.

  • $10 gate fee per person. 10 and under are free
  • No camping fees
  • Spark arrestors required, no exceptions.
  • Dry camping, no water or electric hook ups.
  • Portable toilets will be provided
  • There will be food and beverage vendors at this location.
  • Webe year end championship points will be awarded for both days.
  • Please bring your bikes jetted, there will not be a jetting loop. The race area will be closed from Tuesday 9/22/15 and public riding will not be allowed until Monday 9/28/15.
  • Pit areas will be located next to the start / finish line and the camping area.
  • AMA membership will not be required.
  • 10+ mile loop
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe pros again from 22A through ?
  • Riders will be assigned their row # on a first come first served basis at the promoter discretion.
  • No membership will be required for Saturday’s race.
  • Points paying event for RMEC and Webe on Saturday and Webe points only for Sunday.
  • Each loop of the enduro is scored separately and the total time of all the loops will be combined for final scores.
  • Saturday enduro’s points will go toward RMEC and WEBE year end championships.
  • Make sure you sign up in the same level for both the RMEC and WEBE.  Both series DO NOT allow you to move down a class without permission from the director or the chairman.  If you run A with RMEC you must run A with WEBE since points are given to both series.
  • You may request a number (since we will be using normal hare scramble numbers for the enduro) by emailing info@weberacing.com .  Give us your name, class you will race, bike make and size and your top three number choices.  We will not respond to any emails after 9/14/17, we will be packing up the database and driving to the race site.
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Sign up times:

  • Friday              6:00pm-8pm
  • Saturday           7:00am-3:30pm
  • Sunday 7:00am-11:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 3:30pm
  • There will be no Mini clinic at this location.  We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • Enduro Race (RMEC and WEBE points event)
  • Please understand that the race starts only 3 hours after sign up starts on Saturday and the line will be big with two series racing the same race.  Sign up early and remember that we have a friday night sign up.  If you just plan on racing the hare scramble on Sunday then please wait to sign up until after the start of the Saturday race.
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe again 22A through ?
  • 9am MandatoryRiders meeting – Mandatory Pro riders meeting directly after the main riders meeting.
  • 10 am Start
  • We will be giving out row assignment but allowing all riders to use their hare scramble numbers.  You will be given a transponder with your number (example #424) and you will have # 424 on your bike.  We will also give you a small sticker for your front number plate showing what row you line up on and what time you will start.  Row 1 will start at 10:01 am and row 30 will start at 10:30 am.  The start time for each loop will be every hour, so if you are on row 30 you will start at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and so on.  Pro, semi pro (Pro 2) and Expert classes will race 5 loops, Amateur 4 loops and Novice will race 3 loops.  Please understand that the Pro’s will only take about 25 minutes but the slower novice racer could take 45 minutes.  We must make sure that the Novice racers have a chance to rest between loops as well, so if your fast you will get a longer break between loops.  Be respectiful and be patience, we need to make sure everyone has a good time.
  • 3:45pm Approximate All Mini Races (Subject to change, check at the race site for official start time)
  • 5:15pm Approximate Trophy presentation for all Mini classes

Sunday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • Hare Scramble Race (WEBE points event)
  • 7:45 – 8:15 Practice
  • Novice (C) class bike race 9:15am
  • 11 am Mandatory Pro riders meeting at sign up.
  • Pro (AA),  Semi Pro, Expert (A) and Amateur (B) class race 12 pm
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

 Hotels

Terrain:

Elevation 5600 feet. This will be more of a desert type race.  Expect hard packed trails and some sandwashes, we will not have 5th gear sections so stock gearing will work the best.

Location:

This race location is located on the east side of HWY 68 at mile marker 8.  You will see a cattle guard at mile marker 8 on the east side of the HWY, it’s only a couple miles up the dirt road from there.

September 24th, 2017 Espanola, NM - Hare Scramble

General:

Here are the exact rules and regulations that will be enforced by the BLM AND Game and Fish:

New Mexico residents must have all OHV’s registered with the MVD’s yellow resident decal or a decal or user permit from another state to participate in sanctioned or permitted events.  You may use another states OHV sticker to be legal.  You should register with the state of NM but if you are not able to, you may use an out of state OHV stickers from another state.

Non-residents who will be using OHV’s solely for organized and endorsed competitions are exempt from any OHV state laws; including youth size fit standards and safety permit requirements.

Non-residents who are practicing for the race on public land prior to the race weekend MUST comply with all state laws.  Once they are participating in the official event, then and only then, they are exempted from the OHV act.

Regardless of residency status all OHV’s must be equipped with a US Forest Service approved spark arrestor.

Motorcycle participants under the age of 6 are allowed to operate on public land, regardless of their residency status.  ATV participants under the age of 6 are prohibited from using their ATV on public land, unless they are non-residents.

Participants ranging in the age from 6 to 17 who are New Mexico residents (Out of  state riders are exempt) MUST have a safety permit and present it on demand regardless of skill level.  This does not apply if you are a non-resident rider.  New Mexico offers online training at www.B4uRide.com, and trainers can take any of the three offered trainings. Two are listed as ATV, but this will still meet the requirement. The online trainings are offered by a third party vendor so there is a charge associated with printing their certificate.

BLM also offer hands-on safety training, and our current schedule and registration process can also be found at www.B4uRide.com. Hands on training is free to all OHV users who have their machines registered in NM, and trainings last about 4 hours. They are typically held on Saturdays in several communities across the state.  If you are a non- resident and are asked for your safety permit you simply may let them know you are not a resident of NM.

  • $10 gate fee per person. 10 and under are free
  • No camping feeyes spark arrestors required
  • Dry camping, no water or electric hook ups.
  • Portable toilets will be provided
  • There will be food and beverage vendors at this location.
  • Webe year end championship points will be awarded for both days.
  • Please bring your bikes jetted, there will not be a jetting loop. The race area will be closed from Tuesday 9/19/17 and public riding will not be allowed until Monday 9/24/17.
  • Pit areas will be located next to the start / finish line and the camping area.
  • AMA membership will not be required.
  • 10+ mile loop
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe pros again from 22A through ?
  • Riders will be assigned their row # on a first come first served basis at the promoter discretion.
  • No membership will be required for Saturday’s race.
  • Points paying event for RMEC and Webe on Saturday and Webe points only for Sunday.
  • Each loop of the enduro is scored separately and the total time of all the loops will be combined for final scores.
  • Saturday enduro’s points will go toward RMEC and WEBE year end championships.
  • Make sure you sign up in the same level for both the RMEC and WEBE.  Both series DO NOT allow you to move down a class without permission from the director or the chairman.  If you run A with RMEC you must run A with WEBE since points are given to both series.
  • You may request a number (since we will be using normal hare scramble numbers for the enduro) by emailing info@weberacing.com .  Give us your name, class you will race, bike make and size and your top three number choices.  We will not respond to any emails after 9/14/17, we will be packing up the database and driving to the race site.
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Sign up times:

  • Friday              6:00pm-8pm
  • Saturday           7:00am-3:30pm
  • Sunday 7:00am-11:30am

Saturday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 4pm
  • There will be no Mini clinic at this location.  We apologize for any inconvenience.
  • Enduro Race (RMEC and WEBE points event)
  • Please understand that the race starts only 3 hours after sign up starts on Saturday and the line will be big with two series racing the same race.  Sign up early and remember that we have a friday night sign up.  If you just plan on racing the hare scramble on Sunday then please wait to sign up until after the start of the Saturday race.
  • Webe pro’s will be assigned one per row starting with 5A through 10A RMEC Pro’s 11A through 21A then Webe again 22A through ? (100% pro payback on Saturday)
  • 9am MandatoryRiders meeting – Mandatory Pro riders meeting directly after the main riders meeting.
  • 10 am Start
  • We will be giving out row assignment but allowing all riders to use their hare scramble numbers.  You will be given a transponder with your number (example #424) and you will have # 424 on your bike.  We will also give you a small sticker for your front number plate showing what row you line up on and what time you will start.  Row 1 will start at 10:01 am and row 30 will start at 10:30 am.  The start time for each loop will be every hour, so if you are on row 30 you will start at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm and so on.  Pro, semi pro (Pro 2) and Expert classes will race 5 loops, Amateur 4 loops and Novice will race 3 loops.  Please understand that the Pro’s will only take about 25 minutes but the slower novice racer could take 45 minutes.  We must make sure that the Novice racers have a chance to rest between loops as well, so if your fast you will get a longer break between loops.  Be respectiful and be patience, we need to make sure everyone has a good time.
  • 3:45pm Approximate All Mini Races (Subject to change, check at the race site for official start time)
  • 5:15pm Approximate Trophy presentation for all Mini classes

Sunday:

  • Sign up 7:00am – 11am
  • Riders meeting 7:15am
  • Hare Scramble Race (WEBE points event)
  • 7:45 – 8:15 Practice
  • Novice (C) class bike race 9:15am
  • 11 am Mandatory Pro riders meeting at sign up.
  • Pro (AA), Expert (A) and Amateur (B) class race 12 pm (100% pro payback for the Sunday Pro (AA) race only).
  • Trophies will be awarded after each race and respective protest period rather than at the end of the day.

Hotels:

 Hotels

Terrain:

Elevation 5600 feet. This will be more of a desert type race.  Expect hard packed trails and some sandwashes, we will not have 5th gear sections so stock gearing will work the best.

Location:

This race location is located on the east side of HWY 68 at mile marker 8.  You will see a cattle guard at mile marker 8 on the east side of the HWY, it’s only a couple miles up the dirt road from there.