Club Rules

Club Rules / Terms Of Use

The Club's Main Objectives

  1. To promote the sport of amateur motocross to young people, and to increase participation in the sport in the south west.
  2. To provide and maintain facilities for the provision of motocross racing.
  3. To encourage and develop young riders at all skill levels.
  4. To increase awareness and access to the sport for local communities and people of all ages and abilities.
  5. The club is a non profit making organisation and as such any surplus income or gains will be reinvested back into the club.
  6. Club membership, race fees etc are all set as to make the sport as affordable to the majority of the community as possible, taking into account this is an expensive sport.

Membership

  1. All meetings will be held under the MC Federation Motocross Regulations, MC Federation Code of Practice and MC Federation Sporting Code of Practice.
  2. All riders must hold a MCF Licence.
  3. Non MCF Members must obtain a One Event Licence.
  4. All Subscriptions and monies due will be paid in full before a rider takes part in any event.
  5. Membership is open to the whole community regardless of ethnicity, nationality, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, sex, age or disability - except when it prevents taking full control of a motorcycle and/or the MCF medical information cannot be fulfilled for insurance purposes.
  6. Age groups and classes shall work within the MC Federation Motocross Regulations, the club reserves the right to alter these within any group at any time.
  7. All riders must provide a marshal for each event. Marshalls must make themselves conversant with flag signals and marshalling duties.
  8. Any marshal who leaves their post or fails to carry out their duties will be reported to the clerk of the course who has the authority to impose penalties or fines on them or the rider they represent.
  9. Membership, the club shall be formed of family memberships, being families consisting of parents (whether riders or not) together with children of the said family (whether riders or not).
  10. Every member of the club undertakes to contribute such amount as may be required (not exceeding £10) to the club’s assets if it should be wound up for payment of the clubs debts and liabilities as per the memorandum of association.
  11. The club reserves the right to refuse membership or entry to any of its events.
  12. Membership shall cease as at 31st December each year and shall become renewable as at 1st January the following year.

Technical Control

General

Committee

Dissolution Clause

If upon the winding up or dissolution of the Club there remains after the satisfaction of all its debts and liabilities any property whatsoever, the same shall be paid to or distributed to another registered community amateur sports club for Motocross, to the governing body for use in community related Motocross initiatives, or to a charitable organisation.

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