Track Rules & Regulations

Track Rules and Regulations.

Accessing the Track:

You must obtain a wristband from our operatives and only ride at your designated time. Enter the track in a safe manner only via the track entrance, one bike at a time; always obey signals from a marshal. The marshal may check your wristband before entry.

Exiting the track:

Only leave the track at the exit point in a safe manner.

Stopping on the circuit:

Only stop in case of mechanical breakdown or you are instructed to do so (because of signal from a marshal or light system). If you are forced to stop on the circuit or run-off area, park as safely as possible, far from the track and, if possible, behind a barrier.

If you are injured, stay with your bike and wait for help. Try to move to a safe position where you can be seen. Try to make yourself safe and comfortable. If you see a rider who is in distress, stop safely and report it to a marshal.

Warning signals:

Moto101 uses marshals and a light system to warn riders of dangers and other events. References to flag colours mean either flags used by marshals or equivalent coloured light warnings.

Flag Signal Meanings:

Yellow: Great danger, prepare to stop. Ride with extreme caution. Do not overtake.

Red: All riders must stop. Come to a complete (and safe) stop and await instructions. Do not pass a red flag or light unless instructed to do so. If you are asked to move, do so slowly and cautiously. A red flag usually signals the end of the session.

A red flag may also be accompanied by a siren. If you hear the siren, you must assume that a red flag is in operation and act accordingly.

Chequered: finish, end of session. All riders must exit the track safely and return to the paddock.

Clothing and PPE:

All riders must wear as a minimum:

  • Goggles (not sunglasses)
  • Helmet
  • Boots
  • Gloves
  • Durable clothing that covers arms and legs
  • Chest and back protection (to ACU standard or higher)

Your clothing and equipment must be in good condition and free from any defects. We prescribe the minimum that you must wear, but it is your responsibility to ensure that generally you are wearing clothing and equipment that is safe and appropriate for the physically demanding sport you are about to undertake. We recommend you always inspect your clothing and equipment before each use. We do not inspect your clothing and equipment for you.

Conduct on track:

Please note: we are a practice track, not a race track. We want you to have a fun and rewarding experience, but safety is our number one priority: it must be yours too.

Motocross can be dangerous. Always ride to your own ability and be aware that other riders may have different levels of ability to you. Do not take unnecessary risks. You can still race and enjoy motocross while being courteous to other riders.

Pass other riders only when it is safe to do so. Remember: you are practicing, not racing.

Do not engage in any activity on the track which is dangerous, reckless, aggressive or which puts you or others at risk of harm.

Obey the instructions of the marshals and or light system at all times.

Be aware of hazards such as holes, fences, wire, rocks, ruts, mud, slippery and dry conditions. Ride in a manner that is appropriate to the conditions. Stay on the track at all times, and do not attempt to take shortcuts.

If you identify a hazard on the track, please exit the track safely and report it to a marshal.

Obey all arrows and other track signage.

Slow down for potential danger.

Never ride or push your bike backwards against the flow of other riders.

Your bike:

Your bike is your responsibility. Your bike must be in sound mechanical condition for use on our track. You must inspect your bike before you ride for any defects. Do not ride, or continue to ride, if you suspect that your bike has any defect or damage.


Never ride while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

Please report all injuries, not matter how minor, to the site office.


Only refuel a bike in the designated fuelling area. Report all spillages. Follow safety signs

Conduct while on the site:

No fires. No overnight camping.

Well behaved dogs are allowed at the site, but only on a leash. You must take responsibility for your dogs at all times.

Please ensure you take your rubbish with you, and use the bins provided.

Drugs and alcohol, even for non riders, must not be consumed on our site.

Spectators enter and use our site at their own risk.

Non-riders must never enter the track or pit-lane.

Obey all signage and instructions of marshals and other staff at all times.

We reserve the right to eject and ban individuals from our site for contravention of our rules.


We consider anyone under the age of 18 to be a child.

Children are the responsibility of their parents or guardians and must be carefully supervised at all times, both on and off the track.

Children may use our track if (a) they are over the age of five, (b) they are able to ride safely and appropriately, and (c) they can understand and adhere to the Track Rules.

It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to ensure that children understand and adhere to the Track Rules at all times.

It is the responsibility of parents and guardians to check equipment, clothing and the bikes for their children in accordance with the Track Rules.

Never leave a child riding without a parent or guardian watching them.


Risk Acknowledgement and Disclaimer

1. You are about to participate in a fun and exhilarating physical activity using a high-performance, state-of-the-art electric motocross bike. You should only do so if you understand and are willing to accept the risks involved.

2. Like all motorsports, motocross can be dangerous. Accidents can result in serious injury or can even be fatal. Our Track Rules are designed to keep you and other riders and visitors safe. It is important that you read and understand our Track Rules before you ride.

3. You must always follow the instructions of our marshals and members of staff and any signage posted around the site. Please make sure you particularly familiarise yourself with our flag and light signal warning system.

4. By signing this acknowledgement and disclaimer, you agree, and agree on behalf of any rider under the age of 18 that you are signing for, that:

(a) You will abide by the Track Rules at all time;

(b) You have read and agreed to our Terms and Conditions of Booking;

(c) You will watch and pay attention to the safety briefing before riding;

(d) You are over the age of 16 and physically able to ride safely – you know of no reason, medical or otherwise, why you should not participate in motocross;

(e) This is an experience, not a race;

(f) Our bikes are expensive pieces of kit. While under your control, you will take care of them and treat them with respect at all times;

(g) To ride, you must be reasonably physically fit; able to understand and follow our Track Rules; able to pick the bike up to a balanced position on your own without assistance; able to sit astride the bike with one foot firmly on the ground;

(h) We can limit your bike’s top speed remotely, and we can do this without warning if we feel it is in the interests of safety to do so;

(i) Moto101 accepts no responsibility or liability for loss, damage or injury caused by or during participation in the experience or session, except where the loss, damage or injury was caused directly by Moto101’s negligence;

(j) You will wear and use all safety equipment, clothing and PPE that is supplied to you in a safe and responsible manner;

(k) You are not under the influence or drink or drugs and there is no other impairment to your ability to participate safely and responsibly in the experience / session.

5. You acknowledge that we reserve the right to refuse your participation, or withdraw you from, an experience or session if you are, in our opinion, acting in an unsafe or unsociable manner, or otherwise not abiding by our Terms and Conditions of Booking or Track Rules. Our determination on this is final.

6. Experience days are about enjoying motocross in a safe and responsible way; they are not races, nor are they a grand prix. Safe overtaking is permitted, but reckless or dangerous riding, horseplay, rowdy or unruly behaviour, over-competitiveness or abuse of our equipment, bikes or track is not.

7. If you are not happy agreeing to anything in this acknowledgment and disclaimer, do not sign it. Instead, seek immediate assistance from a member of our team.

Riders under the age of 18 must have the Track Rules explained to them by an adult responsible for them and have a disclaimer signed for them by a parent or legal guardian or person with authority from a parent or legal guardian to sign the disclaimer. If you are signing this disclaimer on behalf of a person under the age of 18, you confirm that you have authority to do so.