A Guide to Scrutineering
All riders are responsible to ensure a bike is fit for purpose and safe to race. Appointed Scrutineers will check that the motorcycle complies with the regulations, at the time of scrutineering. Thereafter are at any time, Scrutineers are not responsible for the safety of the machine during the event. The responsibility remains solely with the rider at all times to insure the bike is fit for purpose and safe to ride during any event’
ANY RIDER TURNING UP WITH OUT THE BASIC REQUIRMENTS WILL NOT RIDE UNLESS:
The Chief Technical Officer can find a solution to help.
All machines must display the rider’s race numbers as issued to them by the Events Team. Number must be displayed on a front number plate and both right and left side plates if you are a solo rider, otherwise each rider must display on their number plate.
Fitted, condition, operational
Check operation has a smooth action and a spring return.
Check handlebars, grips, levers for security and those levers have ball ends. Check steering head bearings using front brake (Slight play allowed) always check that handle bar ends are covered.
Both front and rear brakes must be functional and all parts secured and locking pins in place.
No obvious oil leaks, broken springs or suspension parts and mountings that could be dangerous.