||Entrants, riders and Participants
are required to know and understand the rules and
regulations which cover all Mesquite Mix Park events and are
(by reason of their entry) definitely bound by such rules
and regulations. Each Participant in completion has the
responsibility to assess the safety aspects of track
facilities and conditions and MUST assume the risk of
1. Anyone under the age of 18 must have
a parent or guardian present to sign all waivers and release
papers. If your parent or guardian cannot be there to sign
all waivers and releases, Mesquite Mix Park has a waiver on
the website mesquitemx.com you can print it and fill out
however, it must be notarized with a copy of the
parent’s/guardian’s drivers license or valid ID for you to
be able to ride or race at Mesquite Mix Park. If you do not
have a parent or guardian present or the form from the
website not filled out properly you will not be able to ride
2. There must be at least three (3) people to
make a class.
3. The motorcycle used to qualify and/or
race the first moto is the motorcycle you must race in the
rest of your motos for that class.
4. No one except the
riders officially entered may ride or practice on the race
course during the event.
5. If a rider leaves the course
during the race for any reason and decides to resume the
race, he/she must re-enter at his/her point of exit before
another lap can be counted in his/her f favor. If it is
unsafe or impossible to re-enter at his/her point of exit,
he/she must re-enter at the safest possible place which is
closest to his/her point of exit as possible without
improving his/her position.
6. If a moto must be stopped
b because one or more riders are obstructing the progress of
that moto, that rider(s) will not be allowed to continue to
the re-start that moto unless allowed by the race manager.
7. There will be no restarts unless it is opinon of the Race
Officials or First Aid Attendants that it will endanger the
participants involved or if there is a malfunction in the
start gates or some interference as determined by Race
8. If for any reason a race must be stopped, it
will be considered completed if over 50% of the race has
9. A lapper must move over if he/she is being
lapped or he/she will be black flagged.
10. Any foul
riding, unnecessary bumping, crowding, lack of caution,
blocking, course cutting or any other unsportsmanlike
conduct at any event is grounds for disqualification or
penalty as determined by official.
11. Track Officials
are not responsible for any occurrence that results in “back
to back” motos for a rider who enters multiple races at
event. The rider’s representative must notify Officials or
12. Track Officials are not responsible
to locate riders for their event. The rider must be at the
start line for his/her event. Track Officials will not hold
the gate if you are not present,
13. If you have a
problem before the 30 second board goes up you are allowed
two (2) minutes to resolve any issues with bike or self.
After two (2) minutes are up the gate will drop.
one, rider or his/her representative, will be allowed to
hold or station himself/herself in a preferred position on
the start line in advance of his/her moto.
15. All riders
must have ankle or higher boots, proper helmet (Current
Snell Standards), eye and full arm and leg coverage.
Track Officials reserve the right to prevent anyone from
competing in any event if the rider or bike does not comply
with the rules and regulations.
17. The rider is
responsible for the conduct of his/her parents, mechanic or
anyone else associated with him/her. Mesquite Mx Park
reserves the right to refuse entry or participation to
anyone including their right to the property, deemed by
18. Any verbal harassment to officials
will be grounds for permanent disqualification and/or fine
for those parties involved. Any physical abuse to Track
Officials will be grounds disqualification of the rider and
removal off property.
19. Penalties & Protests: All
protests, whether of riders, machine or rule violation, must
clearly state in writing which part or parts or rule
violation is being protested. All protests must be signed by
20. Riders Meeting: A rider’s meeting will be
before the first moto of the day begins. All riders must be
present. Instructions and information will be given at that
time and if you have any questions this is the time to ask.
21. Number Plates: Must have numbers on all three (3) sides
in order to be scored. If you do not have numbers on all
three (3) sides or if they are not legible you will not be
22. Starting Line: Gate order is done randomly by
computer. There is no holding a gate before your name has
23. Mesquite Mx Park Reserves the right to
refuse sign up or entrance to the track.
24. YELLOW FLAG:
Yellow flag means a rider has gone down and for you to be
careful. There is no jumping or passing on a yellow flag. If
you jump or pass on a yellow flag you will be penalized.
25. Beginner Class: The Beginner Class is for Riders who
have been riding for One year or less.
26. The only class
that Parents are allowed on track is the 50 classes,
however, no children on the track while the race is going
on. If you are on the track for any other class but 50
classes while the races are going on you will be asked to
remove yourself from the track and your rider will be
27. There will be a designated Pt Area for
Parents/Mechanics to use Pit Boards or work on bikes if
28. All age classes are age of January 1 of
1. GREEN: Start of
2. WHITE: One Lap to Go to Finish
Stopping Race for Emergency Situation
4. YELLOW: Danger
on Track, Downed Rider, no jumping or passing on a yellow
5. BLACK: Disqualification of Rider
6. White with
Red Cross: Ambulance on Track
7. BLACK/WHITE CHECKER:
Finish end of race
The 50 class
is for riders up through 8 years old. The 50 bike is a
special model made for this class by major manufactures and
must be designed to meet the following specifications:
50 4-6, 4-6 OPEN
1. Overall length limited to 37”
measured from axle to axle center
2. Maximum engine
displacement is 61cc for 2 stroke, 90 for 4 stroke
Wheel size is 10” and Tire 2.75x10
4. Must use original
engine type lower end & cylinder. Single Speed transmission
5. Handlebar width not to exceed 30”.
Approved 50 products for 4-6: Cobra CM50, Cobra CX50, KTM SX
50 PRO JR., ITALJET FAST BOY RCR, POLINI X1R, LEM LX2 RACER,
SUZ JR 50, HUS-CR50JR, YAM PW50
50 7-8, 7-8 OPEN
1. Maximum engine displacement is 61cc for 2 stroke, 90 for
2. Wheel size is 12” rim and 2.75x12 Tire
Must use original engine type lower end & cylinder. Single
Speed transmission only.
4. Overall length limited to 42”
measured from axle to axle center.
5. Handlebar width not
to exceed 30”.
1. Maximum engine
displacement is 61cc for 2 stroke, 90 for 4 stroke
Wheel size is up to 12” rim and 2.75x12
3. Must use
original engine type lower end & cylinder. Single Speed
4. Handlebar width not to exceed 30”.
*ALL 50 BIKES MUST FUNCTION THROUGH A CENTRIFUGAL CLUTCH
65 CC SPECIFICATIONS
Bikes Approved for 65cc Classes:
KAWASAKI 60 & 65, KTM 65SX, POLINI XP65R, SUZUKI 60 & 65,
COBRA CX65, LEM 65, METRAKIT MKX65.
1. Wheel Base may not
exceed 46” from axle to axle center
displacement is 65cc for 2 stroke and 110 for 4 stroke.
3. Maximum rim sixe is 14” and minimum is 12”.
function through a multiple speed gear box.
shortened or lowered frames or shortened swing arms allowed
to reduce a non-conforming bike to meet 65 specs.
Handlebar width not to exceed 30”.
7. Must utilize the
original engine type lower end cylinder from that bike model
8. NO OVERBORE OR STROKING ALLOWED THAT
WILL EXCEED CLASS CC LIMITS
85cc &150F SPECIFICATIONS
85 Classes Approved Bikes: YAMAHA 85, SUZUKI 85, KAWASAKI
85, HONDA 85 & 150R, TM85MX, KTM 85
1. Maximum length is
52” axle to axle center
2. Maximum front rims size is 17”
& minimum rear is 14”.
3. Handlebar span cannot exceed
4. Maximum engine displacement for 2 strokes is 85cc
* for 4 strokes is 150cc
5. NO OVERBORE OR STROKING
ALLOWED THAT WILL EXCEED CC LIMIT.
85Open Approved Bikes: YZ85, 5M85, KX85, CR85, & CR85
EXPERT, CRF150R & CRF150RE
1. Overall wheelbase cannot
exceed 56” from axle to axle center
2. Handlebar span
cannot exceed 33”
3. Maximum engine displacement for 2
Stroke is 85cc & 4 stroke is 150cc.
4. Maximum rim size
19” on front and minimum of 16” rear.
5. Ages for class
6. No KX100
SUPER MINI SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum rim size 19” on front and minimum of 16” rear.
Overall wheelbase cannot exceed 56” from axle to axle
3. Maximum engine displacement including overbore
for 2 stroke is 112cc & 4 stroke is 150cc
4. Super Mini
Class is through age 16
5. The 85 small wheel bikes may
compete in the Super Mini Class and are allowed to increase
engine displacement to within 112cc limit.
1. The Girls Class is established as a 65cc
up to 150cc 4 stroke. A stock or modified may be utilized.
Age limit is 16. No Big wheel 85cc or 4 stroke products are
2. The Women’s Class is for 150cc 4 stroke and
Up. Age is open.
BIG BIKE SPECFICATIONS
Class is 2 strokes only no 4 strokes aloud. 250cc 2 stroke
may ride in the 125/250 Classes as well as in the 250/450F
Classes. Schoolboy is for riders under the age of 16 (no
450F allowed to race this class).
It is the duty of the individual to
determine the class he/she is legal to ride in. Entry into a
class does not necessarily make you legal for the class. You
can be protested by another rider entrant or his/her
representative. Responsibility of meeting proper rider
classification and bike specifications rests with the
individual entrant. The BEGINNER class is for those riders
who have just begun to race and have not competed for more
than one calendar year which is a 12 month period. AS
FOLLOWED: If a rider races for the first time in January of
the current year, he/she may remain a BEGINNER through the
end of January of the following year. The same system
applies to whatever month his/her racing activity began. The
time period is not based on how many times you have raced –
It is based on a ONE YEAR -12 month period, depending on
which month he/she starts racing on any size cycle. The
Novice class is for riders who have not raced in any other
event in the B or Intermediate with any other organization.
If you race Intermediate or “B” with any organization you
are no longer eligible for the Novice or “C” class. If you
race Pro, Expert, “A”, Pro-Am etc with any organization you
are not eligible for the Intermediate Class.
TECHNICAL AND SAFETY INSPECTION
1. Suitability for
competition. The basic design of the bike must be suitable
for high performance with safety.
2. All kickstands must
be removed for competition.
3. Brakes must be in good
condition, properly adjusted and capable of locking the
front and rear wheel.
4. Front and rear suspension shall
b e of a suitable design in proper order and properly
adjusted for maximum safety.
No components are allowed to
be wired or taped to the bike
5. Tuned exhaust systems
and pipes cannot protrude beyond the length of the bike’s
rear tire and must have suitable silencer.
AND NUMBER PLATES
All numbers must be at least 5” high.
The numbers must be of standard, block style lettering solid
black on solid white backgrounds or solid white on solid
black backgrounds. Absolutely no scroll type, or wide
illegible number will be allowed. Numbers must be all one
size and placed straight across the number plates. Number
only on number plates. Do not add decals etc.