General rules
1. All People Enter properties at their own risk!

2. NO Spectator or Pit riding permitted.

3. Warm-up riding is limited to the start area and only after an official has given permission and the rider
has registered for the event.

4. Riders must not exceed 1st gear idle when traveling to and from their pit area and must always wear a helmet….

5. Riders must register for the race before riding their machine anywhere.

6. Riders will receive a number and a transponder. The number  must be placed on the lower left chin side of the helmet and the transponder in forehead area of helmet.

7. Riders are responsible for the actions of their entire pit crew.

8. Radios are permitted between pit crew members, but not with riders.

9. Rider Contact: Deliberate ramming, blocking, or intentional contact with another rider may be cause for penalty.

10. Rider Conduct: Unsportsman-like conduct may result in disqualification.

11. Team Tactics: Team tactics include blocking, allowing another rider to pass or
exchanging machines in order for another rider to continue the race. Riders
involved may be disqualified from the race and the next scheduled race.

12. Riders will be disqualified for riding a course during the 5 days prior to
the first day of the event. Unless a Practice Day has been established by the
promoter or they are working on the preparation of the course.

13. Riders under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal
guardian. No exceptions !

14. Parents or legal guardians are solely responsible for the machine choice of their child. Many atvs and dirt bikes are designed and intended for a certain age group. The OXCR and anyone connected with any events are in no way liable. Therefor the guardians decision to allow there child to ride an atv or dirt bike of any size or orientation is solely the parent/s or guardian/s decision.

1. All machines must have silencers. Machines may be tested by officials at any time prior to, during or after the event. The sound level is 99 db’s.

2. The machine a rider leaves the starting line on is the official machine of the rider for that event, and he may not switch during the event.

3. No rider is allowed to carry gasoline except inside his machine’s gasoline tank. If machine needs fueled during the race it must be done in the designated are at scoring only.

4. All machines must have a working kill switch (bikes) or tether cord (ATV).

5. All riders must wear a helmet and protective eyewear!

1. A OCXR course may include trails, footpaths, hills, motocross tracks, enduro and endurocross or any type of
terrain which can be negotiated by a bike or ATV.
2. The course will be open to inspection on Friday at 3:00 p.m. Participants are permitted to walk or
bicycle the course only. Any person riding the course within 5 days prior to the race are not eligible to race(except for people that are working to set up the course) . Riders not abiding by this rule may be disqualified for the entire series.
3. Marking, cutting, tampering with or otherwise changing the course in any manner is strictly prohibited. Course modifications may only be made by an official.
4. Only registered racers and officials may ride the course during the race.
5. If a rider leaves the course for any reason they must re-enter the course where they left.
6. Riders must remain on the marked course. The marked course is within 25 feet of race arrows. Any time double arrows are posted on both sides of the trail, riders must stay between the
arrows. Markers may also include any device placed along the trail to help guide
riders, including: ribbons, signs, stakes, hay bales, barrels, tires, etc.…
7. Riders encountering a traffic jam or bottleneck may go more than 25
feet off the course to get around the bottleneck only. However, the rider must
re-enter the course as soon as possible, and upon approaching this section the
next lap, must ride the original arrowed section if the track is clear. If the
original marking devices are knocked down, the rider must stay on the original
marked course. A “bottleneck” is a section of the track that becomes impassable
for any reason, with the exception of check points.


1. Starting procedures will be explained at Riders Meeting.
2. No riders, pit crew members, machines or equipment will be allowed on the starting line
prior to the Riders Meeting.
3. All riders must line up in their assigned starting rows on a first come basis before the Riders Meeting.
4. All starts are dead engine(except 50cc race, And Mini ATV’s) The waiving hand above the
referee’s head will signal all riders to turn off their engines.
5. All Riders are responsible for starting on their assigned row. Any rider taking off
with the wrong row will be penalized or disqualified. All referee decisions are
7. Any rider that misses the start of their class must enter the
racecourse at the starting line and complete the start chute.

1. Riders must come to a complete stop at all check point and
scoring areas. “No Passing” zones will be posted at check points. The section
from the checkered flag to the scoring area is a “No Passing” zone.

2. A rider will be penalized for running into an official.

3. Awards are given at the rate of 1 award per 3 riders, with a minimum of 3 awards per class and a
maximum of 10.
4. Racers have 20 minutes to finish the race after the overall winner takes the checkered flag.

5. Riders may get mechanical assistance on the course from their pit crew or spectators, but must finish the
race under the machine’s own power or by the physical energy of the rider.

6. No towing allowed. If a machine is towed in from the course, that lap will
not count.

7. A rider may question the scores within the 20-minute period
following the posting of the final results. After 20 minutes, awards will be
given out. At this time all results are considered final. Clerical errors can be
changed at any time throughout the season at the discretion of the OXCR

8. Penalties will be assessed at the discretion of the official based
on the severity of the offense, and may include one or more of the following:
one or more positions; one or more laps; time penalty; or disqualification. The
referee has the final decision in any and all aspects of the events.

1. There are three types of protests:

a. Visual protests relateto motorcycles/atvs and components where compliance or noncompliance can
be confirmed visually.
b. Technical protests relate to motorcycles/atvs and components where some type of measuring device or teardown procedure is needed to confirm compliance or noncompliance with the rules.
c. All other protests will be defined as administrative.

2. Unless specifically excluded herein, riders may lodge protests on any matter regarding an event
in which they were a participant. Such matters may include, but are not limited to, the conformity of a machine or the eligibility of a rider.

3. Each protest must be made separately and in writing, signed by the protesting rider. Each protest must specify the violation of OXCR rules or procedures that is alleged, and must be accompanied by the appropriate
filing fee.
a. For each protest, $50 per item or component protested.
b.In addition to the protest fee(s), the following teardown fees will apply for a technical protest
requiring measurement or teardown of an engine:
(1) 2-stroke: $100.
(2) 4-stroke: $250.
(3) An additional $100 is required for measurement of any engine that must be removed from the frame for

4. The referee (or his designee) must accept any protest that is properly made within the specified time limit and accompanied by the appropriate fee. The referee may not accept any protest that is not properly filed and accompanied by the required fee.

5. All protests must be filed within 30-minutes of the posting of results of the event in question.

6. Final determination of the timeliness of a protest will rest with the meet referee and
such decision will be final to all concerned.

7. The referee will render decisions on all protests as soon as possible. If it is not possible to render
an immediate decision, the referee may allow a protested rider or machine to
compete under protest. In such cases, payment of all affected points and awards
will be withheld pending a decision on the protest.

8. When a protest involves piston displacement or any other internal engine modification, the
referee must call for an engine measurement or inspection after the meet. The
protesting party must be present during the inspection, is entitled to witness the teardown, and must be informed of all measurements.
9. The referee is empowered to levy appropriate penalties shown herein as the result of
a protest and subsequent investigation.

10. Once made, a protest cannot be withdrawn without the permission of the referee.

11. Any legitimate expense to which the referee may be put as the result of a protest must be paid by the
protesting party, and the referee may require a deposit from the protesting
 party sufficient to cover such expenses. If the protest is upheld, however, such
costs must be reimbursed by the protested party.

12. If a protest is decided in favor of the protesting party, the referee will refund the protest fee and
teardown fee, if any, and forward a report in writing to the OXCR Office.

13. If a protest is decided in favor of the protested party: a. In a protest not
involving teardown fees, the referee will forward the protest fee to the OXCR
along with a written report.
b. In a protest involving teardown fees,
the referee will forward the protest fee to the OXCR along with a written report
and the protested party will be entitled
to the teardown fees.
14. The referee may call for the inspection of any machine or component, , at any

15. Protests lodged at any event, where OXCR points are paid, and not
resolved at the event, shall be submitted to OXCR within 72-hours of said event.
In addition, the referee shall call and mail denial of protest to the protestor
and submit protest funds along with copy of original protest to OXCR in the same
time period.

16. All riders are subject to protest and must be available for
Inspection at all OXCR events. In the event the rider in protest is not
available for inspection, an official may classify the rider as ineligible for
the race in question and no points will be rewarded.


Must complete a lap to receive points.

Entry still counts towards best 8 of 10 races.

Rider advancement;

Any  rider(intermediate, 2 Stroke) that wins their class must move up to OXCR1.
2nd and 3rd place class finishers are asked to write a letter to the 
OXCR staff explaining why they want to stay in the class from the previous year
or they should move to OXCR1 any c rider(novice) that finishes in the top 2 of
their class must advance to an intermediate class

A rider may change classes mid season and still be eligible for year end awards as long as they
enter 8 of 10 races. The same rider will only receive an award for their best finishing position in 1 class.
Each rider counts best 8 finishes towards series points to decide the winners in each class.
If a rider is ahead of you in points, but did not ride enough races to qualify, they will be removed
and you will be moved up. Year end overalls only are calculated by the best of 10.

Ties for the overall and class championships will be broken by the most first place finishes first, then by the
most second place finishes and so on. Class Championships

A rider must enter 8 of 10 events to be eligible for series award
Classes with age requirements are age as of Jan. 1,2019