MMX HS Flyer Posted!

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MMX Racing, host of the 2018 Fall MMX Hare Scrambles, Round 12 of the District 36 – Mojo Motosport Championship Cross Country Series presented by Honda, Kawasaki, KTM of Modesto, and Round 12 Of the District 36 – Motion Pro Youth Cross Country Championship Series presented by SpecBolt has posted their announcement flyer.  

Stuff To Know……….

You MUST have:

  • Current AMA Membership Card**
  • Current District 36 Membership Card**
  • Scoring transponder compatible with D36 scoring equipment (available at signups)
  • USFS approved spark arrestors
  • Correct number plate and number-letter colors for your class on front and side plates
  • Correct numbers and letter sizes required (see D36 Operations Manual Section 3.2.2 for youth and section 6.14 thru 6.17.2 for adults)
  • Riding numbers on both sides of Helmet below the helmet strap.

AMA and District 36 Rules apply

**If you need to renew or purchase either or both they will be available at sign-ups.  One day cards will also available at the meet only.  You may join or renew your District 36 membership HERE  and/or join or renew your AMA Membership HERE (be sure to print out your receipt as proof of membership and keep with you until you receive your membership card(s)).   NOTE:  if the race is less than 21 days away don’t join through mail in…give yourself extra time at sign-ups and join or renew at the meet.

Date:    September 29 & 30, 2018
Place:   MMX Racing 981 Shad Road, Marysville, CA  

Racing starts at:  8:30 am on Saturday and 8:00 am on Sunday

See flyer for more details

MMX Flyer

Map to MMX

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49er Enduro & 49er Family Enduro October 6th!

The Polka Dots Motorcycle Club, host of the 49er Enduro, Round 4 of the District 36 Championship Enduro Series and Round 3 of the District 36 Championship Youth/Family Enduro Series have posted their announcement flyer.  

Stuff To Know……….

You MUST have:

  • Current AMA Membership Card**
  • Current District 36 Membership Card**
  • USFS approved spark arrestor
  • Pass a sound test not to exceed 96 dba (decibels)
  • Current OHV sticker or licence plate (attached to bike)
  • Have a clean motorcycle (inspected to stop the spread of noxious weeds. — Forest Service requirement)

You will be assigned your riding number with a letter and it’s your responsibility to put it on your front number plate.  It should be at least 4″ high.
You will also be given a helmet sticker with your riding number that should be placed on the right (throttle) side of your helmet below the goggle strap.

AMA and District 36 Rules apply

Subject to rain or fire postponements so check the District 36 website before you leave for the Enduro(s) (in today’s world this is the rule and not the exception).

**If you need to renew or purchase either or both they will be available at sign-ups.  One day cards will also available at the meet only.  You may join or renew your District 36 membership HERE  and/or join or renew your AMA Membership HERE (be sure to print out your receipt as proof of membership and keep with you until you receive your membership card(s)).   NOTE:  if the race is less than 21 days away don’t join through mail in…give yourself extra time at sign-ups and join or renew at the meet.

Date:    Saturday October 6, 2018

Place:          Elkins Flat Staging area 
Key Time:    7:30 am  for the 49er  / 9:30 am for the 49er Family

Note: Both Enduros will be held in the same staging area where the 49 enduro is normally held, NOT where their family enduro has been held in the past.


Mail-in Entry Close  September 28th
Drawing September 29th
Post Entry will be available at the Meet

See flyer for details and an entry form

49er Flyer

49er Family Enduro

Map to meets

 

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Lilliputian HS Flyer Posted!

The Dirt Diggers Motorcycle Club, host of the 2018 Lilliputian Hare Scrambles, Round 14 of the District 36 – Mojo Motosport Championship Cross Country Series presented by Honda, Kawasaki, KTM of Modesto, and Round 14 Of the District 36 – Motion Pro Youth Cross Country Championship Series presented by SpecBolt has posted their announcement flyer.  

Stuff To Know……….

You MUST have:

  • Current AMA Membership Card**
  • Current District 36 Membership Card**
  • Scoring transponder compatible with D36 scoring equipment (available at signups)
  • USFS approved spark arrestors
  • Correct number plate and number-letter colors for your class on front and side plates
  • Correct numbers and letter sizes required (see D36 Operations Manual Section 3.2.2 for youth and section 6.14 thru 6.17.2 for adults)
  • Riding numbers on both sides of Helmet below the helmet strap.
  • Current OHV sticker or licence plate (attached to bike)

AMA and District 36 Rules apply

**If you need to renew or purchase either or both they will be available at sign-ups.  One day cards will also available at the meet only.  You may join or renew your District 36 membership HERE  and/or join or renew your AMA Membership HERE (be sure to print out your receipt as proof of membership and keep with you until you receive your membership card(s)).   NOTE:  if the race is less than 21 days away don’t join through mail in…give yourself extra time at sign-ups and join or renew at the meet.

Date:    November 3 & 4 2018
Place:   Prairie City SVRA 13300 White Rock Road, Rancho Cordova, CA  95742  

Racing starts at:  8:30 am on Saturday and 8:00 am on Sunday

See flyer for more details

Lilliputian Flyer

Map to Lilliputian 

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Cowbell Enduro Cancelled

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We have received official word that the Cowbell has also fallen victim to the fires and has been cancelled for 2018.  We will all look forward to this great event coming back in 2019!

District 36 Annual Meeting

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The District 36 Annual Meeting is coming up September 8, 2018.  The Annual meeting is held to award meet dates for 2019 and to elect the 2019 Board of Directors.  Attendance at this meeting is mandatory for all District 36 Chartered Clubs and/or Promoters wanting sanctioned meet dates for the upcoming year (ref: D36 Operations Manual, Section 1, paragraph 1.3).

Clubs and promoters planning on meet dates for 2019 please review the Club / Promoter Information Package.  Here you will find forms and information you will need to Charter or Renew your charter with District 36 as well as AMA forms needed to sanction your meet(s).  After Reviewing the information package, should you have any questions please contact your discipline steward or the Director Of Competition and have them answered before the meeting.  Meet date questions should be directed to Jeff Irwin, the Sanction Steward.  You can find officials contact information on our D36 Contact Us Page.

Monthly Meeting

The regularly scheduled monthly meeting will be still be held the third Wednesday of the month on September 19th.

The Annual Sanction will be held at:

American Legion Hall
320 N. Washington St
Lodi, CA 95240.

Sanction meeting starts at 9:00

Meeting Location

Federal Agency Seeks Comments On Ethanol-Blended Fuel!

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Federal agency seeks comments on ethanol-blended fuel
Submit today!

Take Action by Aug. 31

The Renewable Fuel Standard proposal announced July 5 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency shows a slight reduction from the 2017 obligations but does not reflect the agency’s promise to listen to motorcyclists, who have registered a low demand for higher ethanol blends.

The EPA should lower the 2018 volumes even further than proposed when the final rule is issued this year. The current proposed volumes, even though they are 1 percent lower than the 2017 volumes, would still greatly increase the risk of inadvertent misfueling for motorcyclists and all-terrain vehicle owners by continuing the increased availability of higher-ethanol fuel blends that are unsafe for these vehicles, such as E15 (15 percent ethanol by volume).

Act now by submitting comments to voice your concern. The deadline is Aug. 31.

The EPA’s proposed Renewable Volume Obligations call for 19.24 billion gallons of biofuel for 2018, down from 19.28 billion gallons this year.

Of the 19.24 billion gallons of biofuels proposed for 2018, 15 billion gallons would be conventional renewables, primarily corn ethanol, with lesser amounts of conventional biodiesel and renewable diesel.

What is jeopardized by the proposed rule is consumer choice at the fuel pump. Pressure from the ethanol industry to distribute more high-ethanol fuels, like E15, endangers the ready availability of E10 and threatens to eliminate E0 altogether, the only fuel recommended for older and vintage motorcycles.

Per the proposed rule, “When estimating per gallon costs, we consider the costs of ethanol on an energy equivalent basis to gasoline (i.e., per energy equivalent gallon), since more ethanol gallons must be consumed to go the same distance as gasoline due to the ethanol’s lower energy content.”

Many consumers want E0 for their motorcycles, ATVs, boats, lawn mowers and other equipment, because it does not pose the risk of alcohol-related engine and fuel system damage. The proposed rule does not mention these types of vehicles or small engines whatsoever. It mentions only marine recreationists as users of E0. Yet, the renewable fuels requirements have marginalized E0 in favor of E10 or higher blends.

Moreover, the EPA acknowledges the amount of E0 sales originally was estimated to be about 200 million gallons. The revised numbers place the figure at about 500 million gallons.

Also important, the proposed rule mentions the likelihood of misfueling with higher ethanol blends only once. In the 2017 rule, it was never mentioned. This is the same misfueling mitigation plan that initially mandated an ill-conceived four-gallon minimum fuel purchase to address the concerns raised by the AMA. It is still easily misunderstood, misapplied or ignored by state governments and retail operators.

Fuels with higher ethanol content must adhere to federal labeling rules. Pump labeling is confusing at best, yet extremely important to protect against inadvertent misfueling. Some retailers conflate the EPA-approved E15 label with the Federal Trade Commission-approved label. (There is only one approved label for E15.) One unapproved label being used incorrectly refers to E15 as a “Flex Fuel.” This label circumvents the Reid Vapor Pressure restrictions that prohibit the sale of E15 fuel in certain parts of the country during the summer months.

The draft proposal fails to mention the Misfueling Mitigation Plan or problems with blender pump labeling.

The EPA opened a comment period to allow the public to voice its opinion on the proposed rule. And the AMA has the tools to make it easy for you to submit comments.

There is nothing more powerful than tens of thousands of riders joining together to express their concern with unsafe fuel for their machines.

Now more than ever, it is crucial that you and your riding friends become members of the AMA to help protect our riding freedoms. More members mean more clout against the opponents of motorcycling. That support will help fight for your rights – on the road, trail, racetrack, and in the halls of government. If you are a motorcycle rider, join the AMA at www.americanmotorcyclist.com/membership/join.

Please share with your friends on Facebook.

 Take Action by Aug. 31 

Progress On Re-Opening Clear Creek

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The House of Representatives, by a unanimous  bi-partisan vote, passed HR 1913, a bill to re-open our beloved Clear Creek Management Area to OHV’s.

As you know the CCMA was “temporarily” closed in 2008 with the stroke of one pen.  Now, nine years later and taking an act of congress to reverse that order, we are now a few steps away from getting a nationally known premiere riding area re-opened.

The next step is to the Senate and rumors are favorable.  Then on to the President.  Most of you know the Presidents sons ride motorcycles.  KTM is their brand……

Hopefully this will help……………

For the full Story see this article By: Rep. Jimmy Panetta

Dave Pickett
District 36 LAO Officer

Stewards of the Sierra National Forest Dual Sport – July 14th-16th

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Stewards of the Sierra National Forest

8th Annual

Adventure Bike & Dual Sport Ride

Membership Drive & BBQ Fundraiser

 

July 14 – 15 – 16

Elks Lodge in Oakhurst, California 

 

Big Bike Adventure Ride (Optional)

On Saturday, and Sunday there will be a Self Guided Big Bike Adventure ride through the Sierra National Forest. GPS tracks (Garmin bring your cable) will be provided which will consist of great back roads and trails throughout the area. The routes will be approximately 200 miles Saturday and 100 miles on Sunday. Optional hard way splits for the more experienced riders.

 Dual Sport Adventure Ride (Optional)

On Saturday and Sunday there will be a Self-Guided Dual Sport Adventure ride through the Sierra National Forest. Roll Charts and GPS tracks (Garmin bring your cable) will be provided which will consist of great back roads and trails throughout the area. The route will be approximately 120 miles on Saturday and 100 miles on Sunday. Optional hard way splits for the more experienced riders.

 

Get The Flyer

Enter Online

Each Entry includes: 

  • Saturday Night Bar-B-Q
  • Big Bike Adventure Route
  • Dual Sport Route
  • T Shirt
  • Awards
  • Membership To The SOTSNF
  •     Saturday Night Raffle For Exciting Swag And Prizes

 CALL FOR MORE INFO….
David 559.770.5884  /  Ed: 559.779.9183  /  Mike: 831.801.1111
 

 

 

 

SB 249 – A Huge Threat To The California OHV Program

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The California OHV Program is a nationally recognized program that is in serious jeopardy with Senate Bill 249 looming.  If enacted this Bill would gut the OHV funding and essentially kill the OHV program.  So we need to TAKE ACTION NOW!

Currently the OHV Program is self-funded, taking no money out of the General Fund.  The OHV Program receives it’s funding through a small percentage of gas tax, State Vehicle Recreation Areas (SVRAs) entrance fees and vehicle registrations (green and red stickers).  SB 249, if enacted would direct all that money to the general fund and California’s only self-sustaining user funded program would fail to get the funding to continue.

There are lobby groups and several OHV Friendly organizations working to fight this bill but they NEED OUR HELP!  We ALL NEED to contact our Senators and Assembly Representatives to voice our concerns and ask that they not pass this bill.

Two ways to act (do both!!):

Contact your Senator and Assemblyman directly by email or phone and ask them to please not support this bill that would devastate the OHV Program.

Find your Senator

And use the AMA letter generator by going HERE

WE wouldn’t keep pestering you but this is one of the most devastating  bills to ever be presented, a bill that would kill the only Self Funded program that has worked for years in California.  Imagine Prairie City SVRA or Carnegie or even your favorite riding area in the national forest Closed due to lack of funds.

Please ACT NOW!

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