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Road Racing – How do I get Started?

  • Speak to riders in the class that you would like to compete in also speak to Officials who run meetings.
  • Join a Club, either one that is close to you (who may have a social side) or one that runs Road Race Events.
  • Go and get an Eye Test. You will require this for your Licence.
  • Decide on the Class you want to compete in and make sure your bike complies.
  • Find out about compulsory Novice Training to attain your Novice Licence. This information is available from the SACU Office (phone number 01506 858354)
  • You must attend a Novice Training Day to complete Part 1 (written test) and Part 2 (on circuit training) and have your Licence signed by a Training Officer before you can enter an Event. DO NOT enter any Events until you have both signatures on the back of your Licence.
  • Prepare your budget for racing
  • Contact the Clubs you intend to race with to organise Entry Forms.
  • Make sure that Entry Forms are completed IN FULL and returned to the relevant Club with the correct fee – 14 days prior to the event.

National Licences:

  • Allows entry into British National Status Events and some European Events.

International Licences:

  • You must have held a National Licence for a period of 1 year to be able to receive an International Licence.

Protective Clothing and Equipment:

  • Helmets (must be ‘Gold’ Standard Stamped), ‘One Piece’ Leathers, Boots, Gloves, ID Disc, Back Protector.

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Before purchasing any of these items take advice from established riders and Club Officials and always consult the ACU Handbook.

ROAD RACE REGULATIONS 2014

**Information sourced from the SACU website and was correct at the time of publishing

*Images for illustration purpose only

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