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  1. Tony_YYZ

    Tony_YYZ ODSC-OFTR Member

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    Hello All, is there a 2020 ride schedule posted anywhere? I finally have time this season to ride and don't want to miss out.

    Thanks.
  2. MEZERR

    MEZERR Limited User

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  3. JacobVH

    JacobVH Limited User

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    What do I need to do in order to participate in events like the corduroy Enduro and other hare scrambles or sprints?How often do they actually check exhaust for noise and a spark arrestor. I've got a cr250 and have a skidplate, pipe guard, and I'm wondering if Im going to need a new exhaust. Also when they check noise, what throttle positions? And where can I register for these events? Thanks for any help, jacob
  4. Chef

    Chef ODSC Executive

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    To race events, you need to register with offroad Ontario to become a member. I don’t think their registration is open yet. You will have to select a class and race number. This is done through livelaps.com
    Some events require a green plate at minimum, some enduros a blue plate. The Beagle Bash and Terra Nova Enduro require blue plates. Most xc (harescrambles) don’t require a plate as they are often held on private land.
    You should always count on and be ready to do a sound test before registration. You can check the OO rules for max db. You may need a spark arrestor for some events. Throttle position on sound check varies. They usually go by rpm and have a meter.
    Event registration is through livelaps.com. You will have to register (create an account with them) free.
    Check out for more info.
    http://offroadontario.ca/blog/
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