Beach, California - The I.M.R.R.F. today announced the
launch of the International Mini Road Racing Federation website, which is
comprised of some of the most active and established mini motorcycle road
racing clubs from around the world from Canada, Bermuda and the United States.
We are seeking established clubs from Asia, Europe and other parts of the world
with a passion and desire to grow the sport that meet some basic criteria (see
Mini bike racing organizations in some large countries like the United States
are often faced with the challenge of distance unlike many of European and
Asian clubs, making it difficult to have a national series and for the sport to
grow in popularity. There are many factors why mini bike awareness isn't what
it is in other parts of the world even with the help of the internet forums and
Facebook groups: Information has still been greatly fragmented, regional and
difficult to find useful information in an organized way.
I.M.R.R.F site is an important step of the federation to help remedy this. The
main goal of the site is for clubs to share valuable resources, technical
information, have more convenient and robust marketplaces and be a valuable hub
for those interested in the sport
I.M.R.R.F hopes to make a positive impact in the sport of motorcycle racing at
the important and often overlooked, grassroots level of motorcycle riding -
mini racing, and to help clubs who have been supporting the sport and riders
and doing things the right way; to have a bigger, more powerful voice.
currently part of the IMRRF network (actively participating and have stated are
AMRA (Alberta Mini Roadracing Association)
(Bermuda Motorcycle Racing Club)
(M1-Grand Prix Mini Road Racing Association)
(Middle Georgia Kart Track)
(Manitoba Minimoto Racing Association)
(New Jersey Mini Gran Prix)
(Pacific Coast Mini Roadracing Club)
(Prairie Sport Riders Association)
(Rocky Mountain Mini Moto)
(Saskatchewan Mini Racing Association)
requirements for organizations to be considered for the I.M.R.R.F:
·Must primarily race small
displacement “mini” class bikes. The main classes raced: from pocket bikes to
150cc 4 stroke bikes.
·Must be an established
sanctioning body which holds a regular full racing season (minimum of 5 race
·Must have existed as a racing
association for a minimum of 1 full season (minimum of 5 events)
·Must have established rules,
classes and posted results.
·Must have their own insurance
(not just use the insurance of the track unless club owns the track).
·Must have safety workers
(flaggers/medic) - professional or volunteer.
visit the main website: http://www.imrrf.com
For now, clubs are being added by invitation only, however clubs that meet the
requirements and would like to join the network, please submit club information