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Vintage ClassesEarlier

Texas Premier single skill level class for motorcycles model year 1971 and earlier

Vintage dual skill level class for motorcycles model year 1975 and earlier

Vintage Over 60 single skill level class for riders over 60 on any Vintage legal motorcycle

Vintage Over 70 single skill level class for riders over 70 on any Vintage legal motorcycle



Post Vintage Classes


GP 2 dual skill level class for motorcycles model year 1981 and earlier
GP 3 dual skill level class for motorcycles model year 1988 and earlier

GP 4 dual skill level class for motorcycles model year 1997 and earlier

GP 5 dual skill level class for motorcycles model year 2008 and earlier (2 strokes only)

GP 3 Small Bore single skill level class for motorcycles 0-200cc model year 1988 and earlier

GP 4 Small Bore single skill level class for motorcycles 0-200cc model year 1997 and earlier
GP Over 40 single skill level class for riders over 40 on any 1988 and earlier

GP Over 50 single skill level class for riders over 50 on any 1988 and earlier

GP  Over 60 single skill level class for riders over 60 on any 1988 and earlier

GP  Over 70 single skill level class for riders over 70 on any 1988 and earlier

With the exception of the three small bore classes, engine size does not matter. You can enter a 125, a 250, or a 500cc Dual skill level classes include A (amateur) and B (beginner)

In regard to skill level, we use A and B as the designation. A riders are riders who have raced as experts or have won money in the past, and faster intermediates. B riders are novice and less accomplished intermediates. 

First time riders must register for the A class unless excused by a club officer

   

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