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YES! AMA has confirmed it! We are the Largest Women's Off-Road racing program in the United States.

Who knew that there were so many women out there that wanted to join the boys on the track? I’ve been working on ideas for three years on how to bring a women’s program to Northern California’s District 36 Hare Scrambles and Enduro events. It’s always hard to start new ideas in a group that has been doing things the same way for so long. It was a rough start but has been well worth the work it took to get here.

This year we started with roughly 20 women that were coming and going to this race and that race. Now in September of 2004 we had a record of 90 women racing our hare scrambles. You will always see at least 70 youth/women riders at all our district hare scrambles racing right along with the boys. Keep in tune with this website to see any updates or upcoming events for the District 36 Moose Women’s Off-Road Racing Series.

Update 9/11/05 Background requirements for the Women Riders as follows:

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Women AA Blue w/white numbers

Women A Blue w/white numbers

Women B Blue w/yellow numbers

Women C Blue w/black numbers

Beginners Blue w/any (not a points paying class)

Points updated on 1/6/05

(these points are for class advancement only not for the championship trophy, see the D36 site for championship points)

District 36 Cross Country 2004 Moose Series
Class Advancement Points

Women C
C Sportsman Totals

Kasie Creson        34
Nicole Lulis        28
Tara Johnson        27
Jessica De La Garza 13
Laura Thorsson      12
Rachel Douglas      11
Patricia Henning    07
Ruby Grisso         06
Belinda Clarr       05
Tiffany Cunningham  03
Brook Hodges        03
Andrea Kern         03
Stacy Clegg         02
Renee Ohnemus       02
Deanna Houser       02
B. Fortin           02
Ann Cigan           02


Women B
C Sportsman   Totals    To Date
Kacy Martinez   31         91
Jenna Pinto     26         86
Lesha Kubacki    6         65
Nikki Marshall   5         65
Michele Eidam    4         64
Ann Creson       2         62
Julie Werney     2         62
Lauren Wallace   2         62
April Joyce      0         60
Jennifer Jones   0         60
Megan Amburst    0         60


Sportsman Advancement Points
Earned To Date

Kacy Martines 5
Jenna Pinto   2

Riders Advancing for 2005

Kasie Creson to Women B
Tara Johnson to Women B
Nicole Lulis to Women B
Jessica De La Garza to Women B




Classes Available to ride in a hare scramble:

  • Women AA
  • Women A
  • Women B
  • Women C
  • Beginner Division 1 (not a points paying class)
Classes Available to ride in a enduro:
  • Women A
  • Women B
  • Women C


Rules:

11.1.16
Cross Country "Woman" Class
Women may choose to race as a Sportsman rider as stated in rule 4.4 or as a 'Woman" rider. For the "Woman" class the following guidelines will be used:

11.1.16.1
Sportsman “Woman” advancement
“Woman” class riders will advance from “C” Sportsman to “B” Sportsman based upon their finishing position in the “C” Sportsman overall results. “Woman” class riders will advance from “B” Sportsman to “A” Sportsman based upon their finishing position in the “B” Sportsman overall results. When women riding in the “Woman” class do not ride the same course as the Sportsman riders and cannot be listed on the Sportsman overall results, no advancement points will accrue. Advancement points will accumulate from year to year.

  • If fewer than 100 “C” riders entered the event, only “Woman” class riders finishing in the top 10 “C” Sportsman overall positions will receive advancement points as follows:
  • If 100 to 200 “C” riders entered the event, any “Woman” class rider finishing in the top 20 “C” Sportsman overall positions will receive advancement points as follows:
  • If fewer than 100 “B” riders entered the event, only “Woman” class riders finishing in the top 10 “B” Sportsman overall positions will receive advancement points as follows:
  • If 100 to 200 “B” riders entered the event, any “Woman” class rider finishing in the top 20 “B” Sportsman overall positions will receive advancement points as follows:
Finish Advancement

Place:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

Points:
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1

  • If greater than 200 “C” riders entered the event, any “Woman” class riders finishing in the top 40 “C” Sportsman overall results will receive advancement points as follows:
  • If greater than 200 “B” riders entered the event, any “Woman” class riders finishing in the top 40 “B” Sportsman overall results will receive advancement points as follows:
Finish Advancement

Place:
1 & 2
3 & 4
5 & 6
7 & 8
9 & 10
11 & 12
13 & 14
15 & 16
17 & 18
19 & 20
21 & 22
23 & 24
25 & 26
27 & 28
29 & 30
31 & 32
33 & 34
35 & 36
37 & 38
39 & 40

Points:
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1


11.1.16.2
Sportsman class advancement schedule for “Woman” Class riders
“C” Sportsman 0 to 51 points earned in the overall C Sportsman results
“B” Sportsman 1 to 100 points earned in the overall B Sportsman results
“A” Sportsman 101 points earned in the overall B Sportsman results

11.1.16.3
Woman Classes and Advancement:

Woman “AA” Rider (runs in the “A” Sportsman race)
  • Over 240 advancement points racing against “Woman” class riders, and must have achieved appropriate advancement points from the overall “B” Sportsman class to advance to “A” Sportsman.
    Woman “A” Rider (runs in the “B” Sportsman race)
  • 120 - 239 advancement points racing against “Woman” class riders, and must have achieved appropriate advancement points from the overall “C” Sportsman class to advance to “B” Sportsman.
    Woman “B” Rider (runs in the “C” Sportsman race)
  • 60-119 advancement points racing against “Woman” class riders.
    Woman “C” Rider (runs in the “C” Sportsman race)
  • Under 60 Advancement points racing against “Woman” class riders.
    Beginner Division 1 (runs on the youth course)
  • First time racers, to be advanced to “Woman C” at the Woman Steward’s discretion.
    Beginner Division 2 (runs on the youth course)
  • For Beginning Women who don’t want to be advanced to “Woman C.”
    11.1.16.4
    Advancement within the “Woman” class will be calculated following rule 7.1.5. “Woman” Beginner Division 1 and 2 will be advanced to “Woman C” rider at the Woman Steward’s discretion.

    11.1.16.5
    Cards (Proof of Classification)
    Stickers showing the current “Woman” classification will be issued by the Woman Steward. The sticker is to be applied to the back of the District 36 membership card.
    [i.e. “Woman B,” although that rider holds a “C” Sportsman card.]

    11.1.16.6
    Trophies: If the promoting club elects to have a "Woman" class, they will award one or more trophies for that class in accordance with rule 7.2.

    11.1.16.7
    Points to determine District 36 awards will be given as follows:
    A. 1 point for starting the race.
    B. 1 point for finishing. Finishing is defined as completing 50% of the laps of the top Super Senior "C" riders and crossing the finish line after the checkered flag.
    C. 2 points for the overall "Woman" winner if more than 1 entry.
    D. 1 point for each "Woman" rider thereafter.

    11.1.16.8
    District 36 Awards - There will be “A,” “B” & “C” "Woman" awards only if there are enough riders in each classification to justify an award. All awards and classifications will be at the Cross Country Steward's discretion and can be formally protested. District 36 "Woman" awards will be of the same type as those awarded to the top "B" and "C" Sportsman riders.

    11.1.16.9
    Clubs are encouraged to start the “Woman B” class in the front or mid-pack of the “C” Sportsman race. This provides an incentive and encouragement for women to continue racing the “Woman” classes, instead of switching to engine-displacement classes for a better start. Clubs are encouraged to start the “Woman A” class at the back of the “B” Sportsman race.

    11.1.16.10
    Any variation of these rules must be approved prior to racing by the steward.



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