5 CLASSES - 3 LEVELS OF DIFFICULTY

A Class PRO - for expert riders with a great physical fitness level, masters of the hard enduro techniques
B Class EXPERT - hard enduro intermediate riding level, not recommended for beginners
C Class HOBBY - hard enduro beginner riding level
VET Class - hard enduro intermediate riding level, not recommended for beginners
WOMEN Class - hard enduro beginner riding level

COMPETITION NUMBERS

The competition numbers are assigned by the organizer in the chronological order of the registrations.
The competition numbers cannot be changed during the competition. It is forbidden for the riders to enter the race without having the competition numbers clearly and visibly positioned on the motorcycle. The riders cannot make their own competition numbers, only the handed out competition numbers by the Tracking Dracula officials may be used. In case the competition number deteriorates, it is the rider's responsibility to ask the organizer for a replacement number.
The colours of the competition numbers will be the following:
A Class PRO – yellow background, black numbers
B Class EXPERT – red background, black numbers
C Class HOBBY – white background, black numbers
VET Class – red background, black numbers
WOMEN Class – white background, black numbers

For A Class numbers range from 1 to 50
For B Class numbers range from 100 to 299
For C Class numbers range from 300 to 499
For VET Class numbers range from 500 to 599
For WOMEN Class numbers range from 600 to 650

COURSE MARKING (in accordance with each class)

C Class riders will compete on a single course marking tape colour.
B Class riders will compete on two course marking tape colours - the C Class colour for the shared trails and a specific colour for the trails that are on the course specifically for the B Cass.
A Class riders will compete on three course marking tape colours - the C and B Class colours for the shared trails and a specific colour for the trails that are on the course specifically for the A Class.
There is a fourth course marking tape colour that signals the wrong/ closed/ forbidden trails of the course.
The points where the trails of the A, B and C classes meet or separate will be marked by directional arrows or will be indicated by the referees.
In the points where the A Class trail reunites with the B Class trail, the correct route to follow will be marked by the tapes of all three classes or by directional arrows or will be indicated by the referees.
The colours of the course marking tape for each class and for the wrong/ closed/ forbidden trails will be communicated at the pre-race briefing.

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