2021 Idaho City 100 No Points
IDAHO CITY 100 WILL NOT BE A SIDRA POINTS PAYING EVENT FOR 2021
The Idaho City 100 has always been restricted to 300 riders per day by the USFS. With the growth of SIDRA and desert racing in Idaho, Sunday only entries filled up in less than an hour. Over 50 SIDRA members that are seeking points were not able to enter. Unfortunately, there is no way to fit everyone in. There is no direction that feels like a great solution, but to be fair to the SIDRA members that were not able to enter, Boise Ridge Riders and SIDRA have decided to make the Idaho City 100 a non points paying event. We encourage all of you who have entered to continue to race, this is hands down one of the coolest races in North America and you won't be disappointed.
IDAHO CITY 100 WILL NOT PAY SIDRA POINTS FOR 2021. WE ARE LEAVING THIS INFORMATION HERE FOR THOSE RACERS WOULD LIKE TO REVIEW:
- If you aren't familiar with Enduro Time, read this helpful guide
- No refunds and entries are non transferable.
- Only approved gas cans may be used.
- 2 Day Riders must sign in onsite Friday June 4th between 3-8pm and tech between 3:30-8:30pm.
- Directly after tech inspection, your bike will be impounded for the night and you will not get your bike back until 10 minutes before your start time.
- Sunday only riders must sign in onsite Saturday from 6-8pm and tech/impound from 6:30-8:30pm.
- Tech Inspection is STRICTLY enforced at this event because we race on US Forest Service land. Your bike must be CLEAN, (no dirt under fender or skid plate!) it must have a USFS approved spark arrestor, pass a 98db @ 20" sound test and you must have an ORV sticker.
- Fill your bike with fuel before you head to tech/impound.
- Take your gas cans (tagged with your race #/Minute) to the fuel trailer before you head to the riders meeting, the gas truck leaves at 8:30am.
- Race Time Schedules will be posted at 7am on Saturday and Sunday.
- Riders meeting Saturday and Sunday is 8:30am for all riders. Spectators are encouraged to attend as well.
- When you arrive at a gas check, turn your bike off, push your bike onto the mat, find your fuel can, fuel your bike, push the bike off of the mat, then you can start it. You must fuel in the designated area, even if you have your own support. Read more on this here.
- Speed limits are strictly enforced on all paved and gravel roads. The Sheriff WILL cite you!
- This is not a closed course. Be extra vigilant looking for vehicles on the two track roads!
- Proof AMA Membership is required for all SIDRA races. Bring your AMA Card or print a copy from the AMA website. WE MUST SEE SOMETHING WITH YOUR AMA # AND AN EXPIRATION DATE. (Images from your phone are acceptable) If you forget your card, you will have to buy a new one at the race -we will not have internet to look it up at the event.
- Registration is located in the Idaho Community Center. Bring your helmet and AMA card.
- All Racers must have a Moto-Tally transponder, available onsite for $10.
- Big Bikes will be issued 3 sets of rider numbers that need to be attached before you head to tech/impound.
- ALL MINORS must have both parents at registration to sign the Minor Release form. Save time at every race by completing an Annual Minor Release. It also allows the minor to race if only one parent is onsite. For more information click here.
- Effective January 1, 2020 non Idaho Residents must purchase an Idaho Non-Resident OHV Decal for $12. We will not have them at the race site, purchase online in advance.