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Freestyle motox??... did sum1 say freestyle motox??.. holy hell yeh dems did!



Here are the Operational Guidelines for Parwan:

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well for any one looking to ride fmx at parwan, this is what and how it all works, there is a cost of $70 per day per rider, and the information below has nothing to do with MA LICENCE"S, how ever, i believe it's to be used when testing starts Monday

Bacchus Marsh Motor Sport Centre Cr Rowsley-Exford rd & Parwan south rd Parwan 3340 Melb-Vic pH 03 9747 1512 or 0438 312 974

Description of Operational Guidelines

The following information contains guidelines and procedures.

Rider restrictions are: No more than Four (4) Riders to use the Freestyle compound at any one time.

At no time should any ramps be moved further, or closer to the point of landing their bike, and can only be done so with the full knowledge of the operators assigned, and all relevant riders concerned. Note riders assigned a D classification are not permitted to move there ramp, and can only progress by using ramp 3, and moving up to that category

All riders must undergo an assessment of competence, and depending on, or regardless of the standard of the rider in question, all riders shell be assigned a grading depending on their ability to Freestyle Motocross, from high management riders being D Classification, to a low management riders being A Classification and B & C class riders making up the remainder and assigned their classification by a qualified assessor.

All information regarding the riders activity for the day must provide and state the following information:

h What tricks or stunts the rider in question will practice or perform on the day he/she attends.

h The rider must inform the operator assigned, any intention of a trick or stunt being performed of which the rider has never attempted before.

h All new or untried tricks are to have a safety assessment completed, and done so by a qualified assessor available at Bacchus Marsh Motor Sport Centre.

h All riders must inform the operator on duty of any current injury that would affect his/her judgement or any injury that would threaten his/her life.

Assessment and classification guide lines

Assessments can only be carried out by qualified personal either supplied by Bacchus Marsh Motor Sport, or by the relevant sporting body, (MA) and should be done with out any Freestyle what so ever ( NO TRICKS ).

Note, it is not required to deliberately cause situations so as to display the following requirements, however during the process of performing the test.

It is the aim to show the control the rider has and should all the jumps he/she display consistent control without displaying the following, it will be consider as a pass to the assessment.

All riders are to complete the following bike control test before he/she uses the freestyle complex:

h Riders are to display break control in the form of applying the breaks to avoid nosedives.

h To display engine acceleration control in the form of accelerating to avoid flipping or to assist in lowering the front wheel.

h To complete a consistent number of landings, meaning the rider is to land within the space available without falling short, or over landing the jump.

h To complete a consistent number of safe landings, meaning the rider mush show his/her ability to control his/her bike during all stages of the above, and done so in a safe manner.

Classification guide lines

On determining the ability of the rider, the following information out lines what section he/she is permitted to practice, or preform tricks or stunts.

Previously mentioned in this document are 4 Classs being, A , B , C & D Class, each represents the level of ability with respect to applying riders, there for assigned a class from A to D on the assessment result carried out.

Example: During the assessment stage, a rider had successfully negotiated the course, and had done so consistently and shown full control during the assessment, the rider in question would be classified as A Class, and allowed to practice on gaps Greater than 55 Feet.

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Classification guide lines (continue)

During the assessment stage, a rider has successfully negotiated the course, but has done so inconstantly and shown little control during the assessment, the rider in question would be classified as D Class, and allowed to practice on gaps no greater than 35 feet, and face restrictions, such as no untried tricks, or tricks never attempted before.

Only Class A Riders Permitted to use Ramps (1), (2) & (3)

Up to 4 riders can, at the same time practice using ramps (1) and (2) or ramps (1) and (3), or ramps (2) and (3). At no time should ramp (4) be used.

Rotation Guideline for A Class Riders

Regardless of the ramps selected by the riders, no more than 2 riders per ramp at any one time, and each rider must wait until such time that the rider in front that has gone out of view, to come back into view.

When the rider is back in view, and returning to the starting position to begin his/her next pass, the waiting rider can then start his/her pass.

Only Class B Riders Permitted to use Ramp (2)

Up to 4 riders can, at the same time practice using only Ramps (2) and (3) At no time should Ramp (4) be used.

Rotation Guideline for B Class Riders

Regardless of the ramps selected by the riders, no more than 2 riders per ramp at any one time, and each rider must wait until such time that the rider in front that has gone out of view, to come back into view.

When the rider is back in view, and returning to the starting position to begin his/her next pass, the waiting rider can then start his/her pass.

Only class C Riders Permitted to use Ramp (3)

Up to 4 riders can, at the same time practice using only Ramp (3) At no time should ramps (1), (2) & (4) be used.

Rotation Guideline for C Class Riders No more than 4 riders per ramp at any one time, and each rider must wait until such time that the rider in front, who has gone out of view, to come back into view.

When the rider is back in view, and returning to the starting position to begin his next pass, the waiting rider can then start his/her pass.

Only class D Riders Permitted to use Ramp (4)

Up to 4 riders can, at the same time practice using only Ramp (4) At no time should Ramps (1), (2) & (3) be used.

Rotation Guideline for D Class Riders No more than 4 riders per ramp at any one time, and each rider must wait until such time that the rider in front, who has gone out of view, to come back into view.

When the rider is back in view, and returning to the starting position to begin his next pass, the waiting Rider can then start his/her pass.

Regardless of the Classification given to a rider, all rider must observe 2 markers Displaying information on the Gap size the ramps are set at, both markers Should read the same information, what the distance is between the Ramp And the down ramp, in the event the information is wrong, at no time should The rider prosed until the distance has been checked. (this information was given to me by Nick, he posted it on the freestylemtx website in the Aussie forum!)

For more information send Nick an email at: nick_s61@hotmail.com or Paul aka Jamo at: parwanfmx@hotmail.com .. or PM them on the freestylemtx website.. Flyingemu (Nick) or Jamo (Paul)



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