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Ultimate Street Bike 2022

#1 PostAuthor: sanderz » Wed Jan 12, 2022 6:15 pm

Taken from the "Ultimate street bike reunion" FB page, written by Bow Trowell

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May 28/29th. Melbourne Raceway, York.
July 30/31st. Melbourne Raceway, York.
September 3/4th. Jurby, Isle of Man.
October 16th. Santa Pod, Bedfordshire.
All bookings through Straightliners website

Right folks, this is the basic outline for the regs, we’re open to suggestions for alterations,amendments, but we do not want to make it to regulated that it puts folk off. It’s ment to be fun after all.
The Straightliners web page is being updated, so their regs will be available soon, the key point is, your bike is safe.
Have a read, and let us know what you think.
Oldschool Ultimate Streetbike Regs.
Any bike , upto and including 1990. Stock appearance, suspension, self starting , street tyre. No wheelie bars.Modern wheels and suspension allowed. No cc limit in any class.
Stock Streetbike 64” max wheelbase
Modified Streetbike 68” max wheelbase.
Minimum ground clearance 2” with the rider present on the bike.
AirShifters allowed in all classes.
Anything with NoS,turbo,or supercharged goes into modified class, unless it’s OE. Butchered classics ie- oil cooled motor into an older chassis are allowed in modified.
2strokes have a class of their own.
The rest of the regs are as the ACU/Straightliners regulations for sprint/Drag racing.
Wots up DOHC

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Re: Ultimate Street Bike 2022

#2 PostAuthor: Simonic » Mon Jan 24, 2022 9:52 am

Thank You for the info .... Am i correct in thinking that this event will need an ACU license as opposed to running on a RWYB basis ?
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Re: Ultimate Street Bike 2022

#3 PostAuthor: sanderz » Mon Jan 24, 2022 6:53 pm

Simonic wrote:Thank You for the info .... Am i correct in thinking that this event will need an ACU license as opposed to running on a RWYB basis ?

From what ive read, in a nutshell - Yes, its a condition of entry to competition events run by Straightliners that all entrants must have a Straightliners membership and an ACU sprint licence.

Bob Trowel wrote this on the FB page

"As we are racing in an ACU sanctioned event, on ACU approved tracks, we have to be covered by the important bit - ACU insurance.

Going to be having a meeting with Trevor and Helen at the Straightliners Elvington Events show next month. And find out all the ins and outs of what hoops we need to jump through to make this a legitimate championship. As soon as I know, you all shall.
I’ll then type everything up properly, and stick it in the files section.
I do believe though, that a Straightliners membership will be required. And once you have that, they will supply you with a code number to get an ACU license.
I’ve been a member for years, so never found it to be a problem.
Will update in due course."

Hopefully more information will be available in early February.
Wots up DOHC

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Re: Ultimate Street Bike 2022

#4 PostAuthor: KWACKERZ1 » Fri Jan 28, 2022 2:55 pm

Looks interesting , if you can stick the details in that would great.


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