Bike Tech Requirements

  • All glass and plastic lenses must be taped or removed.
  • Tape headlight and taillight and unplug or remove (i.e., make them non-operational).
  • Remove rear view mirrors.
  • Remove all quick detachable bags (i.e., tank and saddle bags).
  • Brakes Pads and rotor in good condition, with minimum 80% pad material remaining.
  • Pedal and lever pressure firm.
  • Brake fluid clean and at proper level.
  • Tires Minimum 80% of tread remaining.
  • Proper inflation pressure - make sure tires are at manufacturer's recommended pressure for high speed riding; it's up to you to check them.
  • Bearings Check wheels for side play.
  • Check steering head and swing arm.
  • Make sure handlebars and levers are tight.
  • Check cables, wheel alignment, spokes, etc.
  • Chains properly adjusted and sprockets in good shape.
  • Bike must be in good working order with no loose parts and NO fluid leaks.
  • PIR is a public park and has a 100 decibel limit during the days we hold classes; excessively loud bikes will be pulled off the track. This is strictly enforced by PIR management.
  • For safety reasons, if your bike fails the technical inspection, you will not be allowed on the track, and your money will be forfeited.
  • If you have any questions regarding technical inspection, call Tom Young at (503) 251-1122 for assistance.

Rider Tech Requirements

  • Valid driver's license with a motorcycle endorsement, or race license from a recognized racing organization (OMRRA, WMRRA, AFM, AMA).
  • DOT or Snell-approved helmet in good condition.
  • Leather boots that cover your ankles.
  • Full leather gloves.
  • Full leathers, either one- or two-piece zipped together, are recommended for all groups but are required for the A and B groups; C group may ride in armored textile (i.e., Aerostitch, Joe Rocket, etc.).
  • In all instances, no bare skin exposed, so leave "showing a little crack" to the plumbers and construction workers.
  • All riders must wear a back protector.