Displacement Limits: Adults (16+)

  • 636cc 4 cylinder

  • 675cc 3 cylinder

  • 700cc Twin cylinder

  • Unlimited Single Cylinder

Displacement Limits: Junior II (12-15)

  • 450cc Single Cylinder

  • 250cc Twin cylinder

Displacement Limits: Junior I (8-11)

  • 125cc Single Cylinder

Tech Requirements

In order to ride on the Mac Track, your bike must meet our tech requirements. These requirements are essential in order to prevent unneeded wear on the track surface and create a safe riding environment for everyone on and off the track. The tech inspector reserves the right to deny access to the track if a vehicle does not meet the requirements. 

The following are required for all motorcycles (and scooters where applicable):

  • No fluid leaks of any kind

  • Mirrors removed or taped over

  • Tires in good condition

  • Throttle, clutch, and brake controls return at all bar positions       

  • Drive chain in good condition, properly tensioned, and properly lubricated

  • Oil drain plug tight

  • You may utilize glycol (green) coolant if your bike retains it's factory coolant overflow tank.

  • Maximum sound limit 70dB at 50ft. (If your exhaust has a silencer, please install it before coming to the track, as there are apartments near by)

Special requirements for Street motorcycles:

  • Street Motorcycle: A factory street-legal motorcycle generally classified as a sport or standard. Common examples: Grom, Ninja 250, Ninja 300, Yamaha R3, KTM 390 Duke or RC390, Suzuki SV650, etc. Motorcycles classified as Street generally have full or partial fairings and OEM fluid retention systems.

The following are specifically required for a Street motorcycle:

  • Mirrors, lights and turn signals removed or taped over

  • May utilize glycol (green) coolant if and only if the factory coolant recovery system is entirely intact

Special requirements for Supermoto motorcycles:

  • Peg sliders, front and rear axle sliders installed securely   

  • Radiator and carburetor overflow lines routed to a catch container

  • No glycol (green) coolant in system. (Unless motorcycle is a factory, street legal Supermoto with retains it's factory overflow tank.) Water wetter is the only acceptable cooling additive.

Recommendations for Supermoto motorcycles:

  • Handlebar sliders or bark busters

  • Safety wire oil drain plug

Mini Moto FAQ:

  • Mini Moto: A small displacement/small frame motorcycle. Common examples: XR100, DRZ125L, YZ85, NSR50, NSF100R, Kayo MR125. Mini-moto bikes are to be teched the same as a full sized Supermoto. For example; if you have a YZ85 prepared with 12” wheels, it is subject to Supermoto tech requirements.

  • If you have a Kayo MR125 or a Honda NSF100R, it is subject to the tech rules for a street bike. Scooter: Also includes mopeds. Includes step-through style scooters, generally with centrifugal clutches and rear-mounted engines. Scooters should be prepared for track use in a workmanlike manner according to the requirements above.

Gear Requirements

  • Full coverage - No bare skin showing (Textile motorcycle apparel acceptable). No jeans unless they contain knee armor.

  • Full face street or motocross style helmet (no half shell helmets, brain buckets, etc.)

  • Boots that cover the ankle

  • Gloves must cover hand fully

  • Helmet (Adults)- Must be rated SNELL or ECE 2010 or later

  • Helmet (Juniors)- Must be rated Snell CMS 2007, CMR 2007,  SFI 24.1 / 2010, or SFI 24.1 / 2013

*Gear recommendations

  • One or two-piece leather suit 

  • Full gauntlet gloves with dual closures

  • Back protector 

  • Chest protector

Other Recommendations

  • Pre-hydrate thoroughly. This means start drinking plenty of water 2-3 days before coming to the track. You will sweat a lot while turning laps at the Mac Track. Especially in the summer months.

  • Bring extra water to the track. Drinkable water is not available at the Track. Bring plenty of your own!

  • Get plenty of rest the night before. Riding at the Mac Track is quite the workout. You want to be well rested and clear minded while spending a day at the track.


If you have any questions about bike tech, or gear requirements, please get a hold of us by clicking the contact link above.

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