“We still need rules, but we will still have fun”
Geoff has been working with ACTMCC to make this event happen and hence they have advised us on the rules and regulations required. The aim is to look after the well being of all our entrants.
RIDER SAFETY GEAR
- An approved and correctly fitting helmet, which carries one of the following approval labels:
- a) Europe – ECE 22 – 05 ‘P’,’NP’ or ‘J’ [Label affixed inside the helmet]
b) USA – DOT Federal Standard No 218 / SNELL M2005, M2010 [Label affixed inside the helmet]
c) Australia – Standards Association of Australia AS1698
- Boots that must be either:
- a) Of recognised Dirt Track type
b) Of recognised Road type which extends above the ankle
c) Of recognised Motocross type which extends above the ankle
- Gloves of leather or other material of similar or greater durability. MX gloves are suitable.
- Eye protection, including spectacles, protective goggles and/or helmet visors must be worn MX goggles are suitable
- Long sleeves and long trousers. We recommend leathers and/or all the armour and pads you can get your hands on. Jeans and long shirt are acceptable. No shorts or arseless chaps.
- Back Protector, we highly recommend wearing a back protector.
- Capes or scarves cannot be worn
- For bikes over 85cc 2-stroke and 150cc 4-stroke, we recommend using a trials tyre or a dual sport tyre, not a Motocross Tyre.
- Knobby tyre definition: If you cut one of the ‘knobs’ off the tyre and could fit it in between the gap of two other knobs then it is suitable. If you cut one of the ‘knobs’ off the tyre and it would not fit in any gap on the tyre then this tyre is preferred.
- Side and centre stands must be removed
- All glass, lights and indicators must be taped over
- Bar ends must be plugged
- Handlebar levers must have ball ends
- Front sprockets must have chain guards
- The sound must not exceed 95db
- All bikes must have some sort of exhaust silencer fitted
- Throttle must be self-closing
- A kill switch must be attached to the bike (key off is fine)
- Tyre tread must be at least 1mm deep
- Valve caps must be present on all tyre tube stems
- Bikes must have a working brake (minimum rear only)
- Either a rear mudguard or a seat must be fitted which extends at least 20 degrees to the rear of a vertical line drawn through the rear wheel axle
- No trikes, sidecars or quads are permitted
- No ‘sissy’ bars
For the riders, it’s about getting an inappropriate, old or otherwise motorcycle and having the best damn time on the track! It’s not about going the fastest. Rather it’s about getting out with friends for some good old-fashioned fun on whatever rig you can wrangle for the day.
WHEN & WHERE IS SIDEWAYS SCRAMBLE 3:
Fairbairn Park Raceway, Pialligo Avenue. 29th April. Riders must sign from 8.00 – 8.30am. Compulsory riders briefing held at 8.45am. Spectators welcome from 9.00am. The day is expected to end between 2.00pm – 3.00pm.
WHERE CAN I BUY A RIDER TICKET?
Either in-store or on the Rideline website.
CAN I ENTER ON THE DAY?
No, this event will book out and we have limited spaces. We advise you book in early to avoid missing out.
DO I NEED A SPECIAL LICENCE OR RACE EXPERIENCE?
No race licence required MA (Motorcycling Australia) day licence is included in the entry.
HOW MUCH IS SPECTATOR ENTRY?
Free Entry for Spectators
WILL THERE BE FOOD & DRINK?
Yes, we will have food and drinks available
HOW MUCH IS PARKING?
Good news, free parking
IS CAMPING AVAILABLE?
No camping available, heaps of accommodation available nearby.
CAN I BRING MY DOG ALONG?
No pets are allowed
I WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER, HOW CAN I HELP?
Fantastic, this helps us make a great day. Flag marshalling or helping at