Thursday, October 2nd, 2014

Rules

WAIVERS AND WRISTBANDS

*** All riders of all ages must sign a Waiver and Indemnification Agreement and pay before riding or operating any off-road vehicle at Monster Mountain. ***

It is the rider’s responsibility to get signed in.  Sign-in is conducted at the park entrance near the RC car track on race weekends and at the tan Registration/Staging Building adjacent to the main track entrance on all practice days.

ONLY THOSE WHO HAVE PROPERLY SIGNED-IN AND HAVE OBTAINED A WRISTBAND MAY OPERATE MOTORCYCLES, ATVs, OR UTVs ON MONSTER MOUNTAIN PROPERTY.

INSURANCE

Riders must have medical insurance to ride.  By signing the Waiver and Indemnification Agreement, you are certifying that you have current and valid medical insurance.

MONSTER MOUNTAIN DOES NOT PROVIDE INSURANCE OF ANY KIND.  IF YOU DO NOT HAVE INSURANCE – DO NOT RIDE.

GENERAL SAFETY

We have a “ZERO TOLERANCE” POLICY toward pit racing and other unsafe operation of motorized vehicles.  All operators of motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, golf cars or other motorized vehicles will operate at first-gear, idle-speed only (5 mph max) when on any park road (including staging), in pit areas and when around other patrons.

If you are late for your moto or practice session, take it easy!  Speeding to the track will only result in penalties from a verbal reprimand, up to-and possibly including class or event disqualification, and dismissal from the park.

Wristbands are to be worn and shown at all times, and will be checked when entering any of the tracks.

All motorized vehicles are to be kept out of the concession stand area as well as the bathrooms area.

All motorized vehicles are to be turned off at dark.

Pets must be kept on a leash at all times.

Pit bikes and mini-bikes only on the Pit Bike track.  No big bikes allowed.

TRACK SAFETY

All riders must assess their own ability, the condition of their equipment, the operability of their safety gear and the level of skill needed to safely negotiate each riding/racing surface.

Do not attempt to ride unsafe, poorly maintained or malfunctioning vehicles anywhere at Monster Mountain.

Riders must enter the main track and GP track at the clearly designated entry points.  Observe other riders to insure you understand the flow of the track before entering the track surface.

If you have questions about a particular course, ask before entering the track surface.

Do not cut the track – especially on the first lap of practice.  Cutting the track on the first lap of an organized practice session will result in a immediate black flag and your removal from the practice session.

Do not attempt to enter either the main or GP track from the trails or at any other unauthorized entrance.

Respect other riders and protect yourself and others by holding your line when being overtaken by faster riders.

Always inspect your vehicle for safe operation before riding and always check your gas each time you ride.  Running out of gas on a jump face can be catastrophic.

VENDING

***Any type of vending , displaying of product or testing must be PRE-APPROVED***
This will be enforced at all times (practice / races / special events) No exceptions.

WASTE AND HARADOUS CHEMICAL DISPOSAL

No dumping of any hazardous chemicals. There are containers for disposal of oil and other chemicals by the dumpster behind the concession stand.

No dumping of sewage is allowed – THIS INCLUDES DUMPING OF CAMPER BLACK and GREY WATER.

 

MINOR REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
Riders under the age of 19 must have a parent or legal guardian, or have a notarized release form to practice or race!

 THIS WILL BE STRICLTY ENFORCED AT ALL RACES AND PRACTICE SESSIONS.

Please be sure you have a signed, notarized waiver on file.

You can download and print the waiver by clicking below:
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No medical insurance is available at any race events or practice events.

Riders must obtain their own medical insurance.

AMA scoring system is used at ll race events.
Event fees may be higher at some events.
Gate fee will apply to anyone who enters the facility on a race or special event weekend.