- road or racing machines, 2 or 4-stroke, minimum 250 cc built between 31/12/1939 and 31/12/1994
- post classic 2-stroke GP or racing motorcycles (e.g. Yamaha TZ, Suzuki RG, Aprilia RS 125, Aprilia RS 250 …) built between 31/12/1972 and 31/12/2008.
- Superbike see eligibility list
N.B : Café Racers built on basis of modern bikes are not accepted.
Unsilenced exhausts are allowed – Slick tires for bikes built after 1972 are allowed.
Side cars built before 1991 are accepted.
The machine must be in its original configuration. Any replaced parts must be externally similar to the original ones.
The side and/or central stand must be removed or secured firmly to the frame. Removal is strongly recommended.
For the category Classic motorcycles the following modifications are not allowed : 4 and 6 pistons front brake calliper, upside down forks.
Tyres and brakes must be in good order. If they still exist, mirrors and indicators must be removed and lights covered securely with tape. These measures are essential for safety.
Strongly advised but not compulsory :
The installation of a catch tank is strongly advised for all wet sump, and/or water-cooled machines.
This should be able to hold at least half of the lubricant and/or coolant used in the motorcycle.
The minimum capacity of for the catch tank must be 500ml or two pints.
Reserve bike : Only on the day, if the main registered bike breaks down or is damaged, you can register a reserve bike. This one must exclusively be in the same category as the main bike ! For that, bring the 2 bikes to the technical scrutineering : the main bike will be relegated then you’ll get a start number for the second bike.
In the rare case where, for a reason beyond our control (bad weather, a major track incident, etc) should one or more of the sessions or the whole event be cancelled, the participants undertake not to ask for any indemnity or refund from the promoter.
All participants have to wear a padded leather suit (one-piece or two-piece zipped around the waist), a full integral helmet conforming to present safety standards (ECE2205 or FIM standard), leather boots and gloves.
Cromwell and “Pudding Basin” helmets are not permitted. A back protector is strongly advised, although it is not required.
A compulsory technical inspection will be held for all motorcycles and riders’ equipment.