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  • Arlo Englund to be honored at Diamond Don’s – AHRMA
    250 Husqvarna Arlo also competed in the Evel Knievel Snake River motocross He actually won the wheelie contest at that event It paid 500 00 Arlo was quite a good wheelie rider and did several shows and parades Arlo was always referenced as the nice guy by fellow competitors which was evident recently at the AHRMA Rio Bravo event held this past November where he signed authographed photos to give to fellow riders Scott Sears s friendship with Arlo goes back many years As a tribute to Arlo Scott restored a 1981 YZ 465 just like the one he raced back in the day Scott Arlo and the bike will be featured at Diamond Don s next April This bike is available through a charity raffle for Jefferson Railway and Wetlands Foundation with the winning ticket to be drawn at Diamond Don s on Sunday April 10 during trophy presentation You do not need to be present to win Proceeds will benefit children educational activities in Jefferson Tickets are available online at www DiamondDon com The 2015 AHRMA Off Road Banquet will also be held at Diamond Don s at the Motocross Park on Saturday evening April 9 2016 in the new Diamond Don Event Center There will also be a charity golf tournament on Thursday April 9 with a ten hole golf course on the race track constructed by Wes Willis the Golf Chairman Where else can you have this much fun Englund is quite the thinker and entrepreneur In 1979 Arlo was racing the 500cc class in the motocross Nationals and riding a production Yamaha YZ 400 The bike was wheelie prone on starts so he created the first ever hole shot device The system was very creative Arlo devised a way to compress the forks with a

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  • News – Page 2 – AHRMA
    when a mechanical failure caused him to crash while competing at the Barber Vintage Read More 2 Permalink Gallery Final Decisions 2016 Rules Proposals Uncategorized Final Decisions 2016 Rules Proposals By admin 2015 12 19T17 50 32 00 00 November 15th 2015 Uncategorized At the October 12 2015 Board of Trustees meeting final decisions were made regarding the 2016 rules change proposals submitted Read More 0 Permalink Gallery The 2016 AHRMA Historic Cup Roadrace Series schedule is here Uncategorized The 2016 AHRMA Historic Cup Roadrace Series schedule is here By admin 2015 12 18T00 39 44 00 00 November 15th 2015 Uncategorized The 2016 AHRMA Historic Cup Roadrace Series schedule includes 10 weekends of racing and two venue changes from 15 The Read More 1 Permalink Gallery Grand Marshal named for Barber Motorsports Festival Uncategorized Grand Marshal named for Barber Motorsports Festival By admin 2015 12 18T00 39 19 00 00 August 4th 2015 Uncategorized Andrew Stroud will serve as Grand Marshal at the October 8 11 Barber Vintage Festival in Leeds AL The Kiwi s visit Read More 0 Speedway Children s Charities Track Day at Sonoma Raceway By admin 2015 03 23T18 33 52 00 00 March 23rd 2015 Uncategorized On Wednesday April 29 the day before the AHRMA CPL Systems Historic Cup Roadrace Series hits the track at California s Read More 0 Larry Klein has passed updated 18 March By admin 2015 03 18T14 10 43 00 00 March 12th 2015 Uncategorized AHRMA Life Member Larry Klein of Lansing Michigan passed away on March 9 2015 during a snorkeling accident in the Read More 7 Premier Classic Weekend dates released By admin 2015 03 12T15 09 38 00 00 March 12th 2015 Uncategorized Two Premier Classic Weekends are scheduled for 2015 June 13 14 at Jenny

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  • News – Page 3 – AHRMA
    2015 01 16T18 28 25 00 00 January 16th 2015 Uncategorized Peter Starr writer producer of 40 films including 1980 s Take It To The Limit is offering a very limited edition leather bound version of Read More 0 The 2015 Handbook is online By admin 2015 01 13T06 18 24 00 00 January 13th 2015 Uncategorized The complete 2015 AHRMA Handbook is now available for download Have a look here Read More 2 2015 AHRMA Trustee election results By admin 2015 01 11T16 54 00 00 00 January 11th 2015 Members The 2015 AHRMA Board of Trustees election concluded on January 9 and the results are in Western Region members have Read More 0 2015 event entries now available online through SeriesTracker By admin 2015 01 08T18 34 22 00 00 January 8th 2015 Uncategorized All 2015 National cross country motocross roadrace and trials events can now be pre entered online through our partners at SeriesTracker Read More 0 Final 2015 Sidecar roadracing rules By admin 2015 01 04T17 33 27 00 00 December 31st 2014 Road Racing The final rules document for AHRMA Sidecar roadracing is now complete and available here This will also be available on Read More 13 2015 roadrace class sponsorship By admin 2014 12 26T15 52 43 00 00 December 19th 2014 Road Racing Interested in being involved with the 2015 AHRMA CPL Systems National Historic Cup Roadrace Series Class sponsorship opportunities are still available Read More 0 Fred Willink has passed By admin 2014 12 17T03 08 06 00 00 December 17th 2014 Uncategorized We received word that AHRMA roadracer Fred Willink passed away on Friday December 12 He will certainly be missed and Read More 6 Title sponsors return By admin 2014 12 07T18 32 34 00 00 December 7th 2014 Cross

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  • 2016 Vintage Views Publication Deadlines – AHRMA
    Rates 2016 Vintage Views Publication Deadlines 2016 Vintage Views Publication Deadlines admin 2015 12 05T16 39 19 00 00 Ad Deadline Article Deadline Approx date in mail January 16 Dec 4 Dec 11 Dec 22 February Jan 4 Jan 8 Jan 22 March April Feb 12 Feb 19 Mar 3 May Apr 1 Apr 8 Apr 22 June May 6 May 13 May 27 July June 3 June 15 June

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  • Payment for covering AHRMA events
    trial or cross country event that appears in a non AHRMA publication We will also pay 10 per published photograph This offer does not apply to published reports of AHRMA regional or local events or to reports appearing on websites Please note that to qualify for payment your article must mention both AHRMA preferably spelled out as the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association on first mention and the series sponsors you can find the sponsor names on the Schedules Results page of this website and in Vintage Views Mail or fax a copy of the article photo s from the publication along with a note saying you want to claim your National bounty to David Lamberth Executive Director 309 Buffalo Run Goodlettsville TN 37072 615 420 6435 Fax 615 420 6438 dlamberth ahrma org Don t forget to include your name and mailing address when making the request Coverage of nationals in Vintage Views With just a minor bit of rewriting you can also submit these same event reports to Vintage Views Please contact editor Matt Hilgenberg prior to the event to coordinate coverage for Vintage Views We will also make sure you are placed on the gate list so that you do not have to pay to get into the race We prefer that VV articles be submitted electronically via email Don t use any formatting other than italics or bold type Do not embed photographs in your article Most event reports in Vintage Views are 400 800 words Photos Digital images are preferred and must be high resolution If images are scanned they should be saved at 300 dpi Electronic images may be submitted by email or on a CD If images are to be emailed please keep each email a reasonable size and send images in multiple

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  • AHRMA.org ~  Corner Worker Manual
    to transmit over the radio and roadracing flags with a description of the signal they convey to the riders The contents of the manual are subject to revision and periodic updating We welcome your ideas Please submit your written suggestions to one of the addresses listed below Corner working can be dangerous or life threatening However if accomplished with teamwork and safe work habits it can be very rewarding and enjoyable We look forward to working with you at the races Mark Maher 262 Lakeshore West Lake Quivira KS 66106 913 631 2690 fax 913 631 5786 meagher sound net Cindy Cowell AHRMA Director of Safety Control Roadrace Work Coordinator 2375 Midway Road SE Bolivia NC 28422 910 253 8312 fax 910 253 8313 seitzybz aol com HAVE FUN AND ENJOY THE RACING Copyright 1996 2000 Mark Maher AHRMA Last updated December 2001 Table of Contents Safety Crew Race Control A Corner worker preparation 1 Clothing and attire 2 Equipment 3 Conduct B Safety 1 Priority 2 General rules C Establishing a corner station 1 Location D Corner station check list E Fire extinguisher F Division of duty 1 Staffing and responsibility 2 Corner captain 3 Flagger 4 Runner G

    Original URL path: http://www.ahrma.org/ahrma_pdfs/corner/manual-idx.htm (2016-02-12)
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  • AHRMG.org ~ Road Racing Gridding & scoring explained
    sheets are printed These are a reproduction of the assigned grid positions for each race The grid marshal sheets allow the volunteer grid marshals to mark the rider s position on the grid as the grid is formed prior to the start of each race This information is used to determine if the rider was present on the grid at the start of the race and if they were in the correct position Scoring The scoring of each race is done by an electronic transponder This transponder is assigned to the rider and may be used on all of his or her bikes As the racers passes the start finish line an antenna in the rack surface registers the bike in the timing and scoring system The results are computed electronically by the timing and scoring software As a back up multiple volunteers scorers positioned at trackside Each scorer writes down the bike number on a columnar score sheet as the bike passes the start finish line The scorers must read the bike number while dealing with glare numbers too close together large serifs and write down all the bike numbers in groups of bikes When the leader of the race regardless of class passes the start finish line each scorer starts a new column to record the serial of bike numbers as they pass the start finish line regardless of class of bike This process is continued until the last bike of the race passes the start finish line At the end of the race another volunteer the runner collects both the score sheets and the grid marshal sheets The runner delivers the sheets to the volunteer scoring interpreter In the event of manual scoring scoring interpretation is the process of determining the class of the bike and the

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  • AHRMA.org ~ Notes for New Roadracers
    tech twice once on Saturday morning and once on Sunday morning 5 Tech will place you in the appropriate practice group designated by a numb ered sticker on your motorcycle s front number plate Note Usually there are three or four practice groups going from slowest to fastest bikes with one rotation of practice per hour Typically there are three complete rotations of practice before the lunch break If you are a new racer or getting accustomed to a new motorcycle you can request to be placed in a slower practice group 6 The daily riders meeting will typically be held during the lunch break Attendance is mandatory 7 Check the grid sheets during the lunch break for your grid start assignment s 8 Check the result sheets after your race s You have 30 minutes after the results are posted to submit a written protest to tech Also New racers must wear an orange vest for their first four races see photo AHRMA also has orange t shirts that can be purchased for 10 and worn over your leathers Both the vests and shirts are available at tech Read and understand the rulebook before you get to the racetrack In addition to the class requirements found in Section 10 pay particular attention to Section 9 and parts that cover such things as lock wiring and number plate colors If you are uncertain about any requirements or class structures contact a member of the Rules Eligibility Committee If you need to get the correct number or the right color number plate check with tech They have all numbers and most plates Track days versus practice days There is a difference in the two Basically a track day or a track run practice day is run by the track not AHRMA

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