The 2023 Schedule and plans will be released in the first quarter of 2023. Have a great off-season!
Motorex E-Bike Enduro Class
At venues where Emtb bikes are allowed, we will be offering the Motorex E-Bike Class for Class 1 bikes only.
Only Motorex E-Bike Class racers may use an E-bike on transfers or race sections during official practice hours. Non-registered Motorex E-Bike Class racers may not use an E-Bike on transfers or race sections during official practice hours.
At events where E-Bikes are not allowed they may not be used on transfers or race sections during official practice hours.
Motorex EBike Enduro Series –
April 24 Diamond Hill, RI
May 21 Powder Ridge, CT –Night Enduro
June 5 Glen Park, PA
June 26 Sugarloaf, ME – 125% Series Points
Sept 11 Arrowhead, NH
Sept 25 Thunder Mountain, MA
Oct 2 Woodstock, VT
Oct 23 Thunder Mountain, MA Finals – 150% Series Points
The best 6 of 8 rounds by points count towards the series championship standings
In the event of a tie, the best position at the most recent event takes precedence
EWS Qualifier at Sugarloaf scores 125% series points
Series Finals at Thunder scores 150% series points
MAXXIS ESC E Bike Series Championship Awards
The Top Three Racers in the Class are awarded some Great prizing from our Partners
Class 1: Pedal Assist Bicycles with an electric motor Peak Power of <=750 watts that provides motor assistance only when the rider is pedaling and only up to a speed of 20 mph. Approved Drive Units only. Bicycles must remain locked, i.e., no modification of wheel sensor from factory circumference or any other modification to manipulate the factory set speed of the bike.
Production Rule: OEM drive unit and matching frame combination model required (matching year NOT required). Electric conversion kits and after-market frames are prohibited. Once qualified for the meet the bicycle’s frame may not be replaced.
Current list of approved Drive Units: Bosch, Shimano, Panasonic, Yamaha, Brose, Specialized and Dyname.