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Maitland Motorcycles Rd 5 Point Score - Sunday, 27 July

Working bee – Saturday from 8am, come and help out for a couple of hours and you can sign on for Sunday. Bring a whipper snipper and/or mower, plenty of jobs to do and we will need to get water into the track.

Sign on Sunday 7am – 8.30am

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AGM - Sunday, 17 August 2014

Maitland DMCC AGM will be held on Sunday, 17 August prior to the start of the days racing.

All positions will be declared vacant on that day and open for interested people to put forward their nominations.

In particular the positions of Treasurer and canteen coordinator need to be filled as Nicole Wiessel is standing down and does not wish to be re-elected.

Please see the attached position description & election form for more details:

MDMCC 2014-15 Position Descriptions and election form

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Maitland Classic & Hunter Open Series overall results to date

Click on the link below to view to results

Maitland Classic 25.05.14 results

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Maitland DMCC are seeking fun, friendly and enthusiastic individuals to help out the club!

We’re always seeking new committee members to have a say in how the club is run, and to assist on race days. We are also seeking people who are interested in becoming race day officials.

If you might be keen, but want to find out more, then shoot us an email today – secretary@maitlanddistrictmotorcycleclub.com.au or see us on race days

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Mini (nipper) class
There has been some confusion regarding which bikes can be used by riders in the Mini class.

Below is a link to the 2014 Manual of Motorcycle Sport which outlines clearly which bikes will be accepted in this class, scroll down to point 15.24.6.

<a href=”http://moms.org.au/motocross-and-supercross/section-15-d-technical-regulations/#section-15-24″>http://moms.org.au/motocross-and-supercross/section-15-d-technical-regulations/#section-15-24

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Senior classes and bike size changes
2014 MANUAL OF MOTORCYCLE SPORT  15. MOTOCROSS AND SUPERCROSS
SECTION 15B: COMPETITION CLASSES
15.5 SENIOR COMPETITON CLASSES: MOTOCROSS AND SUPERCROSS
15.5.0.1 The senior capacity classes for Motocross and Supercross machines:
a) Other than for Junior competitions,
b) Other than Australian Championships, are:
Open (MX1)                              255cc and over (2 or 4 stroke)
Lites (MX2)                                Up to 250cc (2 or 4 stroke)
Under 19 (MXD)                         Up to 250cc (2 or 4 stroke)
(16 to under 19 years)
Unless you have the paperwork to prove the bike has been worked you ride in class as per above.
It is the rider’s responsibility to enter the correct class.
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