Stateline Supermoto is leading the way to make the sport of Quad Supermoto a legitimate form of quad racing that will be around for years to come. This has been proven by other sanctioning bodies creating and awarding National Championships for Quad Supermoto!!
Safety Items that will be mandatory
- Kill switch with wrist band / laniard that kills the motor when detached from quad
- Maximum width of 52" from outside to outside of tires
- All quads must have nerf bars
- All nerf bars, bumpers, and grab bars must be of continuous loop style with no open ends and no sharp edges
These items will all be verified at tech inspection. If your quad does not meet these requirements, you will not be allowed to enter the track.
New classes for the Stateline Supermoto Challenge!!
Last year we added a Stock Quad class to the event to introduce people to the sport, as well as Quad team races. We are continuing to expand the sport of quad supermoto by offering even more quad race classes! For the Stateline Supermoto Challenge, the Stock class has now been changed to the BEGINNER class and we have added the QUAD INTERMEDIATE, QUAD 14-25 & Quad Vet 25+ classes! We want quad supermoto racers to get on the track in more than just one class to show all of the racing fans what quad supermoto is all about!!!
The Pro’s will be a main feature in the racing action at the Stateline Supermoto Challenge, as they will compete on Sunday for all of the money! The finishing order of the heat race will determine the grid order for the main. Grid positions for the Quad Pro class will be assigned by a pea pick at registration.
Fire extinguishers will be mandatory in each pit for this event. The Clark County Fire Department will be on hand all weekend inspecting to ensure that the event is run safely. Failure to comply will result in disqualification. This is a requirement by the Clark County Fire Department. Thanks in advance for your understanding & cooperation!
For more info on classes, please visit the Classes Page of the web site.
more info on what you need to do to get your bike ready to pass technical
inspection for the race, please go to the Know
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