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DATE

29 December 2018

EVENT

A Day in the Dirt

 

VENUE

Crediton Raceway

DETAILS

MX Practice Track & Enduro Practice Track. Two Tracks – Only 1 Price!

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Your first chance to try out all your new Xmas kit and burn off some of those extra Xmas calories at our last Day in the Dirt of 2018. Moto X and Enduro practice day.

Two Tracks but only one Price!

Your chance to ride one of the South Wests most popular championship quality MX tracks and our Enduro track featuring logs, jumps, streams and another one of our renowned car jumps.

MX track will be run in ability groups in 15 minute sessions.

Enduro track will be open pit meaning you can ride as much or as little as you want.

No waiting around like at conventional Moto X practice days. Get out and ride the Enduro track between motos.

This format means you get far more ride time than anywhere else and you can literally ride all day if you want to.

Open to all riders aged 10 and over.

Helmets must be ACU stamped and correct boots worn. (No wellies or work boots)

No competition licence required.

Alex Snow from the  Dave Thorpe Honda Offroad Centre will be running another one of their great value training Days. Excellent for all levels of rider that wish to increase their enduro race pace. £50.00 gets you half a days quality tuition and
half a day free track time.

Please contact them to book DTHORC

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Helmets – Gold ACU Stickers

We have had an increasing number of new, branded helmets, failing scrutineering for our events because they do not have the gold ACU sticker on them. You know they are good quality safe helmets, as do we, but without the stricker we cannot let you ride. The reason being that if you then had a bad accident resulting in a head injury, and your “no win no fee” solicitor then tries to get you some “free money” by saying we are to blame for your accident, we would not have a leg to stand on in a court room. We don’t want to stop anyone from riding our events, but in these days of everyone trying to always hold someone responsible when an “accident” occurs, we have to cover ourselves.

This should actually be the case at any commercially run event that you enter.

The problem is only going to get worse as we all look around for cheap deals on helmets. The gold stickers are applied by the UK importer/distributor and not by the helmet manufacturer. Therefore if you purchase your helmet from a non UK website there is a good chance it will arrive without the relevant sticker applied. Your options then are to either send your helmet to the ACU with £15.00 and they will then apply the sticker and return it to you (pretty quick turnaround when I had to do it a couple of years back), or the sticker can be obtained from and applied by an FIM certified technical official.

So be aware you must have the gold ACU sticker on your helmet to pass through scrutineering at any of our race or practice days.