Getting Started

Manitoba Roadracing Association offers a professional and safe riding environment for beginners and seasoned racers. The focus of the club is centered around having fun on and off the track.

 Manitoba Roadracing Association Expert and Novice racing grid

Manitoba Roadracing Association Expert and Novice racing grid

Getting Started

Riding Gear

Proper gear can go a long ways in the event of an accident. We don't expect anyone to be crashing on a trackday but it does happen. We require the following:

  • Full face helmet meeting the following helmet standards:
    • Europe - ECE 22-05 (P, NP or J)
    • Great Britain - BS 6658 Grade A
    • Japan - JIS T 8133 : 2007
    • North America - Snell M2010
    • Scorpion ECE 750 Series
  • Leather gloves
  • 1 piece or 2 piece leather suit. Two piece suits MUST have a full circumference zipper. (Aero-stitch, Cordura and Nylon suits are also acceptable) but leather is preferred.
  • Mouthguard
  • We strongly recommend wearing a suit that contains a back protector.

Race bike minimum requirements:

  • Fitment of bodywork with a solid bottom (lower): Used to capture liquids in the event of an
    engine malfunction.
  • Safety wiring: The wiring of specific areas on the bike with emphasis on all bolts/caps that contain fluid directly behind them as well as the braking system.
  • Removal of street parts: Kickstand, signals and mirrors.
  • Replace engine coolant: Coolant is to be replaced with water.

CMA Race License Applications

http://www.canmocycle.ca/images/web/2017comp.pdf

 

 MRA Expert Canadian Thunder racer - James Sheppard #91

MRA Expert Canadian Thunder racer - James Sheppard #91

 Race prepped Yamaha YZF-R6

Race prepped Yamaha YZF-R6

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