ABOUT ROCKETBIKER ENDURO RACE
ROCKETBIKER ENDURO should be seen as an entertainment event rather than a professional competition. This off-road motorcycle race takes place in a peaceful atmosphere on a specially built track. The race is designed to give you unforgettable feelings and to enjoy entertainment with your motorsports friends. The distance is about 60 km long, divided into three laps. The task of the participant is to finish the distance in control time.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Anyone who has reached the age of 16 on the race day. Participants up to 18 years of age require a parental authorization, and at least one parent or authorized person must attend/be present at the competition site.
LOCATION OF THE RACE
ROCKETBIKER ENDURO takes place in Dzirciems, Tukums municipality - 90 km from Riga. GPS 57.113493, 23.022388
MAIN EVENT TRACK
The track was created by the well-known Enduro rider Ivo Steinbergs. The race lap is around 20 km long. Difficulty Level - Medium/Hard. For beginners, some places will be challenging. Trail characteristics - mountainous meadow, forest trails, wooded mountains, sand quarry, thick forest.
ROCKETBIKER ENDURO, however, is a motorsport competition and must follow certain rules. There are guidelines that the rider must follow. They are based on common sense and decency towards other riders. Read the terms here: Terms and conditions
When registering for the competition, the participant receives a specific time when they must arrive at the start of the prologue. If a participant misses his time, he will be admitted to the prologue as the last participant. Prolog contains Cross, Enduro, and Super Enduro elements. The result of the prologue determines the starting order in the Main Event. The prologue is an Enduro-cross test about 7 km long. The participant has two runs in each direction, the best time counts. The winner of the prologue will start the Main Event first. After 1 second he is followed by the second place in the prologue, after an additional 1 second third, etc. until all participants have started the Main Event.
The race takes place in a 20 km long circle, where checkpoints are set up in a certain order. In the main distance, the athletes go according to the result presented in the prologue. The winner of the prologue goes first in the main distance, followed by second place, then third, etc. until all participants have gone the distance. The break between riders is 1 second. Athletes must arrive at the waiting corridor no later than 10 minutes before the start time.
The number of laps is 3.
The control time of the 1st lap is 120 min. All athletes who will finish a lap in control time are allowed to start in the second lap.
The control time of the 2nd lap is 90 minutes. All athletes who will finish a lap in control time are allowed to start in the third lap.
The control time of the 3rd lap is 75 minutes. The winners are determined in the order of crossing the finish line.
All participants who finish the third lap during the control time will receive a finisher's medal.
The competition takes place on the principle of exclusion. All participants will have one practice lap with time control. The top 32 riders will qualify for the finals. The Super Enduro lap is about 500m long. After qualifying, all participants participating in Super Enduro are ranked into pairs according to their results. The winner of each pair goes to the next round. For the loser, a race has ended. Event table
The competition takes place in the dark hours of the day. The competition takes place according to the CC principle. Race distance - 1h30min. The motorcycle must be equipped with lights. Additional lighting on the helmet may be used. The participant with the most laps wins. If the number of laps is the same, the time is taken into account.
The competition takes place in a 1.6 km long circle. The circuit consists of two straight lines - 800m in one direction and 800m back. A competitor must complete two runs (not necessarily consecutive) that will form his qualification score. After qualifying, 8 pairs are formed (1 and 16, 2 and 15, 3 and 14, etc.). The winner of each pair goes to the next round, the competition is over for the loser. The losers of the semi-finals qualify for the small final, where 3rd place is won. The battle for the 1st and 3rd place will last until two wins.
ROCKETBIKER ENDURO races take place on private land. Driving licenses, like motorcycle registration documents, are not required. A license issued by the National Motor Sports Federation is mandatory. If you need a one-day license, you can buy it directly from LaMSF or from our Shop. As well it will be available to purchase on the competition day at the Secretariat.
All participants on the track must wear full motorcycle equipment - helmet, boots, glasses, gloves. When riding with a motorcycle outside the track, it is mandatory to wear a helmet.
HELP FROM MECHANIC AND MOTORCYCLE CARE
The mechanic can only help the participants in the designated service area. There is no limit to the jobs that can be done by a mechanic. Refueling is only permitted if a mat is placed underneath the motorcycle.
HOW TO APPLY?
Registration for the event will start on 11th of July 2022.
- Two full days of racing (five racing events).
- Paddock place for athlete's vehicle and motorcycle
- Official event t-shirt
- Beer and soft drinks
- Lottery ticket
- Refreshment point in the track
- Breakfast (sunday)
- Night security for motorcycles
ROCKETBIKER ENDURO 2022
Here’s a bunch of helpful answers to all those questions we’re asked the most. If we don’t address your question below, drop us an email at email@example.com and we’ll get back to you.
ARE THE VARIOUS CLASSES AND CATEGORIES IN THE COMPETITION?
No. Everyone in the race is in the same category and distance. Your main competitor is time.
WILL THE TRACK BE MARKED OR I NEED A NAVIGATOR?
The entire route will be marked with indicative signs and in some cases even with bands. Navigation or map in the track is not required. When riding on the main track you should follow the blue signs.
WILL THE "CHICKEN LINE" BE CARRIED OUT ON DIFFICULT SECTIONS?
DO I HAVE TO STOP AT THE CHECKPOINT?
DOES MY BIKE NEED TO BE REGISTERED?
ROKETBIKER ENDURO races take place on private land, so motorcycle registration documents are not required. You can participate with Enduro or Motocross bike. In a couple of places, the track may cross a public road that is likely to be used also by other transportation. The fact that you participate in the race does not give you an advantage over other road users.
At registration, the participant will receive a bag containing:
- an envelope with the participant's starting numbers which has to be put on a motorcycle before technical control.
- riders bracelet. Without the bracelet, you will not be able to pick up your motorcycle from PARK FERME. Bracelet is also a ticket for a free beer breakfast;
- a waste bag for a paddock (be polite, what you bring it to the race bring back with you);
- official ROCKETBIKER ENDURO T-shirt and sponsors souvenirs.