CMA Rule Book 2
CROSS COUNTRY, MOTOCROSS and TRIALS
INCORPORATING ENDURO, HARE SCRAMBLES AND CROSS COUNTRY REGULATIONS
Latest Version: 2022
Canadian Motorcycle Association Rules & Regulations Governing All Open Competition
THE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS SET FORTH HEREIN ARE DESIGNED TO PROVIDE FOR THE ORDERLY CONDUCT OF RACING EVENTS AND TO ESTABLISH MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE REQUIREMENTS FOR SUCH EVENTS. THESE RULES SHALL GOVERN THE CONDITION OF ALL CMA EVENTS, AND, BY PARTICIPATING IN THESE EVENTS, ALL CMA MEMBERS ARE DEEMED TO HAVE COMPLIED WITH THESE RULES.
NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF SAFETY SHALL RESULT FROM PUBLICATIONS OF OR COMPLIANCE WITH THESE RULES AND/OR REGULATIONS. THEY ARE INTENDED AS A GUIDE FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE SPORT AND ARE IN NO WAY A GUARANTEE AGAINST INJURY OR DEATH TO PARTICIPANTS, SPECTATORS, OR OTHERS.
Note: The terms hereof importing the singular number or the masculine gender shall include the plural number or the feminine gender as the case may be.
(INCORPORATING ENDURO, HARE SCRAMBLES AND CROSS COUNTRY REGULATIONS)
SECTION ONE, ENDURO
An Enduro is a contest over any course (consisting of trails and roads) where top speed is not the determining factor and a time schedule is to be followed.
Veteran, Veteran Expert, Super Veteran, Women, Masters, Expert, Intermediate, Novice A, Novice B
Novice B is a progressive class for beginners. No Regional or National Champions. Reclassification of B riders will be done either annually or throughout the year according to each Region’s advancement system.
Veteran Expert class is comprised of current Masters or Expert ranked riders and Veteran class riders moved at season end.
Riders must present a current CMA competition licence when signing in.
Veteran – minimum 39 on the birthday of the rider
Super Veteran – minimum 49 on the birthday of the rider
All others – minimum age according to Provincial Driver’s licence requirements