CLASS  1

This class will be open to all air cooled monoshock bikes that were in production before 2000. This also includes and any air cooled monoshock that has been converted to a twinshock, as such bikes cannot run against genuine twinshocks

Eligibility – the motorcycles should maintain the original silhouette as the date of manufacture.

Acceptable modifications are;

The option to run tubeless tyres, to make minor modifications to the frame, and a choice of carburettors

 

Unacceptable modifications;

Disc brake conversions unless already fitted.

Fork stanchions must not exceed 36 mm*

* Late model Fantic Coach and Clubman were produced with 40mm forks, therefore these are acceptable on these bikes. They cannot be retro fitted to earlier models.

CLASS  2  

This class is open to twinshock machines manufactured up to 1986. 

Acceptable modifications are;

The option to run tubeless rims, to make minor modifications to the frame, a choice of carburettors, cycle parts can be changed as long as they are from the same period. Steering head angle can be moved and the swinging arm length altered. The position of the footrest can also be moved.

 

Unacceptable modifications;

Modified monoshock trials bikes converted to twinshocks

Air cooled monoshock engines

Disc brake conversions.

Fork stanchions must not exceed 36 mm

Note SWM jumbos fitted with the original 38mm forks are acceptable

CLASS  3 

This class is open to Pre-75 British  bikes 

Replica frames or modified originals are allowed, as are billet yokes and hubs and forks with modern internals. This is the format followed by most classic clubs countrywide and there seems little point in changing that for this series

Acceptable modifications;

Tubeless rims, there is no restriction on carburettors

Unacceptable modifications

Disc brakes, forks exceeding 35mm