Course:

  • 10-12 miles per lap in length
  • Marked with arrows, "W" for wrong way, and "X" for caution/danger
  • There will be a mile marker posted at each mile along the course. Please use these markers as a reference when reporting injured riders or broken down bikes to event workers.
  • Bikes that have broken down on the course will be returned to the pits by event workers only.
  • Team members or pit crews are not to go out on course looking for the disabled bike. The broken down bike will not be taken through scoring. Once back in the race, the rider or team has to restart the entire lap from the beginning.
  • In the event that the event needs to be red flagged, riders will be stopped at scoring. Rider numbers will be recorded in the order they arrive. The bikes will then be lined up in order, and left untouched until the event is restarted. There will be no working on the bike that was out on course at the time of the red flag during this time.

General Event Information:


  • Limit of 120 total entries due to limited race pit area, and reduced noise during night racing
  • (Premier, Team, Duo, and Ironman combined). Pre-entry is highly recommended.
  • $25 gate fee for the weekend (pre-entered riders are exempt from this fee). Children under 10 are free
  • Sign up will be open Friday 2pm to 8pm and Saturday 7am to 9am
  • There will be a mandatory riders meeting at 9:00am Saturday morning.
  • All riders are required to wear a helmet, goggles, boots, long pants, gloves, and a long sleeve shirt.
  • Each team or rider will be assigned a pit area. All equipment is required to stay within the designated pit area. Gas cans and generators are the only exception, and they may be kept directly behind the assigned pit area to reduce fumes.
  • An ambulance will be stationed next to the pit area for any medical needs.
  • Any riders riding at night must have an operating headlight. A light mounted on the rider or on the bike is acceptable.
  • There will be course marshals sweeping the course throughout the event. They will dispatch help for any broken down bikes or injured riders.
  • If your bike breaks down on the trail, stay with your bike. Sweep riders will arrange to get you​ back to your pit in a timely fashion.
  • No pit bikes, golf carts, 4 wheelers, etc are allowed on race course, in pit area, or in camping​ area. Bicycles are allowed

Pit Area:

  • Premier, Teams, and Duo classes will be assigned a 15’x30’ pit area. Ironman classes will be assigned a 15’x15' pit area.
  • All bikes and equipment must stay within the assigned pit area. Gas cans and generators are the only exception, and they may be kept directly behind the assigned pit area to reduce fumes.
  • Vehicles, campers, trailers, etc that will not fit or are not needed in the assigned pit space will be parked or stored in the parking/camping area adjacent to the race pit area. All vehicles, trailers etc that do not fit in pit area WILL NOT be permitted just outside and around the pit area. This is a safety issue and subject to tow or team disqualification.
  • The speed limit in the pit area is 10 mph. For obvious safety reasons this will be strictly enforced.
  • Any riders or teams found to be in violation of this will be stopped on the spot to serve a 5 minute penalty.
  • All repairs, fueling, and rider changes must occur within the designated pit area.
  • Bikes must not be running during refueling.
  • Each pit is required to have a fire extinguisher.
  • Pit roads are one direction.
  • Lighting is not supplied in the race pits. It is your responsibility to light your own pit area.
  • Campfires are not permitted in pit area
  • Alcohol is not permitted in the pit area
  • Dumpsters are provided in pit area and camping area. Please show respect for property owner​ by cleaning up your space.

Transponders:

  • Transponder fee is $75 which will be collected at registration. $65 will be returned when the
  • transponder is returned at the end of the event.
  • Each entry will be assigned 1 transponder. Entries consisting of more than one rider will pass the
  • transponder between riders
  • Before the start of the event, it is the racers responsibility to mount the transponder and have it checked at the scoring area.
  • No other transponders on bike or on the rider during the event. They can cause misreads at scoring.

Ironman and Ironwoman:

  • 1 Rider
  • 1 bike
  • No parts bike
  • Sportsman class comprised of riders at any level above C.
  • Novice class comprised of only C level riders.


          Race numbers as follows:
          1. Ironman Sportsman: 600-649
          2. Ironman 40+: 650-699
          3. Ironman 50+: 700-749
          4. Ironman Novice: 750-799
          5. Ironwoman: 800-849

  • Entries will have the option to list their top 3 choices of race numbers from within the specified range of their class on the event entry form. Race numbers will be assigned in order of entry. If the entries choices are not available or none are listed, the entry will be assigned the next available number.
  • Team name is encouraged. Please choose an appropriate team name. Any inappropriate names will not be published.
  • All riders on the team must pass through sign up and sign waivers previous to the close​ of signup to be eligible to race in the event.
  • Correct bike numbers for this event must be displayed on all 3 number plates on bike. Non event numbers must be covered.

Start Of The Event:

  • The event begins Saturday at 10am
  • Classes will be released in waves in the following order at 60 second intervals:


          1) Premier
          2) Women’s Premier
          3) Team Sportsmen
          4) Team 30+
          5) Team 40+
          6) Team 50+
          7) Team Junior
          8) Team Novice
          9) Team Women
        10) Duo Sportsmen
        11) Duo Novice
        12) Duo Family
        13) Ironman Sportsman,
        14) Ironman 40+
        15) Ironman 50+
        16) Ironman Novice
        17) Ironwoman

End of the Event:

  • The event will be 24 hours in length + or – 15 minutes
  • White flag will be given to the overall leader at a calculated time by scorer based on lap times to have the finish as close to 24 hours as possible.
  • Checkered flag will be given to the overall leader on the lap following the white flag lap.

Payouts and Awards:

Premier Class
1st- $2000
2nd- $1000
3rd- $500


Women’s Premier 
1st- $500
2nd- $250
3rd– 100

Ironman Overall
1st- $500
2nd- $250
3rd- $100

Total Cash Purse- $5200

  • Awards in each class will be paid as follows: 1 award for every 3 riders/teams
  • All riders/teams that take the checkered flag will receive a finisher’s memento.

Duo Classes:

  • 2 riders
  • Each rider can ride their own bike. Only one bike on course while all other must remain in the
  • designated pit area
  • No parts bike
  • No substitute riders
  • Team names are encouraged. Please choose appropriate team names. Any inappropriate names will not be published.
  • Sportsmen class comprised of entries with their highest level rider being classified at any level above C. Teams must sign up in the class of their highest level team member.
  • Novice class comprised of entries with their highest level rider being a C class rider. Teams must sign up in the class of their highest level team member.
  • Riders classified as Pro, AA, A, or B are not permitted in the Novice class.


         Race numbers as follows:
         1. Duo Sportsmen: 450-499
         2. Duo Novice: 500-549
         3. Duo Family: 550-599

  • Entries will have the option to list their top 3 choices of race numbers from within the specified range of their class on the event entry form. Race numbers will be assigned in order of entry. If the entries choices are not available or none are listed, the entry will be assigned the next available number.
  • Duo team riders can be changed until sign up closes at 9am on July 14, 2018.
  • All riders on the team must pass through sign up and sign waivers previous to the close of signup to be eligible to race in the event.
  • Correct bike numbers for this event must be displayed on all 3 number plates on bike. Non event numbers must be covered.

Arcadia Bark Busters

Premier Classes:​​

  • Up to 4 riders
  • Each rider can ride their own bike. Only one bike on course while all others must remain in the designated pit area.
  • No parts bike
  • No substitute riders
  • Team names are encouraged. Please choose appropriate team names. Any inappropriate names will not be published.

         

           Race numbers as follows

           Premier: 1-49 (1 will be reserved for the previous year’s winner if they choose to defend their title)​


  • Entries will have the option to list their top 3 choices of race numbers from within the specified range of their class on the event entry form. Race numbers will be assigned in order of entry. If the entries choices are not available or none are listed, the entry will be assigned the next available number.
  • Women’s Premier entries to consist of only women riders
  • Team riders can be changed until sign up closes at 9am on July 15, 2017.
  • All riders on the team must pass through sign up and sign waivers previous to the close of signup to be eligible to race in the event.
  • Correct bike numbers for this event must be displayed on all 3 number plates on bike. Non event numbers must be covered.

Team Classes:

  • Up to 6 riders
  • Each rider can ride their own bike. Only one bike on course while all others must remain in the designated pit area.
  • No parts bike
  • No substitute riders
  • Teams entering in classes based on rider ability must sign up in the class of their highest level rider.
  • Age classes: All riders must be older than the defined age of the class
  • Team names are encouraged. Please choose appropriate team names. Any inappropriate names will not be published.
  • Sportsmen class comprised of entries with their highest level rider being classified at any level above C. Teams must sign up in the class of their highest level team member.
  • Novice class comprised of entries with their highest level rider being a C class rider. Teams must sign up in the class of their highest level team member.
  • Riders classified as Pro, AA, A, or B are not permitted in the Novice class.
  • Team Junior comprised of riders between the ages of 12-18 years old at the day of the event.
  • Bikes must have a minimum wheel size of 19" in the front and 16" in the rear.

         

            Race numbers as follows:

              Team Sportsman 4 Man:  50-99

              Team Sportsmen: 100-149

              Team 30+: 150-199

              Team 40+: 200-249

              Team 50+: 250-299

              Team Junior: 300-349

              Team Novice: 350-399

              Team Women: 400-449

  • Entries will have the option to list their top 3 choices of race numbers from within the specified range of their class on the event entry form. Race numbers will be assigned in order of entry. If the entries choices are not available or none are listed, the entry will be assigned the next available number.
  • Team riders can be changed until sign up closes at 9am on July 14, 2018.
  • All riders on the team must pass through sign up and sign waivers previous to the close of signup to be eligible to race in the event.
  • Correct bike numbers for this event must be displayed on all 3 number plates on bike. Non event numbers must be covered.