Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club

SACU Scottish Championship Sprint Enduro, Saturday 13th July 2024

SACU Pemit Number : TBC

Venue: Cardenden Motocross Track, Cardenbarns Road, off Torbain Road Do Not come to the track via Cardenden or Cardenbarns Farm, please see instructions below.

If we have enough autos enter, we will run a shorter auto loop.

Youth Entry £35, Adult Entry £45

One Event Licence £15 paid with entry if required SACU and ACU competition licences accepted.


We’ll only be accepting online entries. One Event Licences are available, Paid online, or at time of entering.

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS   (please keep this info)

Venue: – DO NOT come to the track via Cardenden or Cardenbarns Farm. 

The only access is from Torbain Road, Kirkcaldy or the B9149, by Loch Gelly (the South side of the A92)

Please use Google Maps, click this link: From the B9149 Drive North up the farm road through the green forestry gates for about half a mile and our track is on the right. 

Alternatively if using What Three Words use ///pothole.flaking.highly for the ACCESS ROAD to the track. If unsure please call us on 07921857283 

Races: –

  • Sign On: open from 8:30
  • Sighting lap: Adults at 9:30 Youth at 9:45
  • Timed race laps – first rider away 10:30 aiming for 8 laps each with the last sprint starting at approximately 3pm
    • Parents who have entered the support class will be invited to follow kids around the loop as travelling Marshals – with transponder removed
  • Running order:
    • Sighting lap – first come first served for the adult classes, and in descending size order for youth riders
    • Race laps – Seeded from previous lap – Fastest riders first (youth and adult may mix here as we expect some youth riders to be faster than some adults)
  • All timed race laps will be added together and shortest overall time will win
  • Course cutting will mean instant exclusion from event

Points awarded for Sprint Enduro Championship – (Round 2 is currently scheduled for October with CEC) Points will be awarded as per H&H series points, However all rounds will count toward championship l, i.e if round 2 is cancelled the series may be 1 round.

Regs for any additional rules will be as per the SACU H&H series regs with classes for adult and youth as follows

Adult classes:

  • Expert
  • Clubman
  • Sportsman
  • Over 50s

Youth classes:

  • 6-8 years for 50cc Autos – Limited to reduced loop subject to sufficent entry
  • 7-10 years for 65cc
  • 9-12 years for 85cc (or 150cc four stroke) Small Wheels
  • 11-14 years for 85cc Big Wheels – machines must be a minimum of 70cc and a maximum of 85cc (or 150cc four stroke engine) and electric bikes up to 12Kw measured at the rear wheel. -Wheel size maximum 16 inch rear and 19 inch front.
  • 13-17 years for the 125cc 2-stroke (youth open) – machines must be a minimum of 80cc and a maximum of 150cc and electric bikes up to 10bhp measured at the rear wheel.

3 tracks (MX track, Flat track and beginners track) have been linked together with rough grazing land and a bit woodland for the Enduro Sprint on Saturday. It’s enjoyable, flowing, a few hard enduro obstacles (logs, tires etc). This exciting set up gives us a 10 to 15 minute loop for most riders.

There will be easy options past most obstacles, as the event is aimed primarily at youth riders and casual/occasional adults riders for the support class, but all welcome.

We will call on our adult expert and clubman friends to help Marshall and keep the kids going. Adults who haven’t raced before this is a perfect one to start on nice flowing course and lots of opportunities to have a rest and drinks with a fairly short and very do-able 10-15 minute lap for most riders.

Official timing will be used if higher entry level

Overnighting: Camping is available, generators off at 10:30

(Track will be open for practice on the Sunday)

There will be a Cafe on site hot food and drinks

Medics and support ATV, Organisers with first aid training available throughout weekend

Machines should be brought to start line 15mins before start time

Although there will be no formal scrutineering, we reserve the right to withhold the right to start if a motorcycle is deemed to be unsafe

Entries & Fees:- Will not be returned unless the event is cancelled or a rider gives a valid reason for not riding at least 3 days prior to the event. In such cases £10 may be deducted to cover costs.  Any rider not signing on, on the day, without good reason will forfeit his entry fee in full.

Helmets: – Gold or silver A.C.U. current stamped helmets must be worn.

Hemet and body cameras are not permitted, cameras secured to bikes are permitted.

Machines:-Must be clearly numbered on front and side panels. Recognised brands only and no pit bikes as manufacturing standards are less likely to meet the SACU safety, technical and noise requirements. Engine noise must not exceed 94 dba. There will be no restriction on tyre type.

Refuelling: –Will be restricted to an area designated for refuelling and will be marked by  green flags. No smoking will be permitted in or near this area. Engines must be stopped during refuelling.  All riders must provide a fire extinguisher and environmental mat. No fuelling in parking area after the event has started.

Concussion :-“I undertake to notify the club of any recent (within the last 23 days) concussion injury and will produce a doctor’s note to state I am able to compete in the event” .The Doctors note to state “The rider is no longer suffering the consequences of concussion”



Do not ride your bikes in the pits without helmets and only at walking pace.

Please be respectful to each other and all Club officials, remember we’re all volunteers


Secretary of the meeting – Caroline Thomson

SACU Steward – TBC

Timing – Sandy Mack

Clerk of the Course- Kevin Murray

Chief Marshall – David Paton