These are the very best; the cream of the crop. Champ riders should be able to handle sections and competition of a level of difficulty approaching that typically seen in the Expert Class at NATC National Championships.
Expert riders should be able to handle sections and competition of a level of difficulty approaching that typically seen in Expert-Sportsman Class at NATC National Championships.
This classification is for the rider who has developed his skill to the level of the more advanced riding techniques. Advanced riders should be able to handle sections and competition of a level of difficulty typically seen in the Sportsman Classes at NATC National Championships.
This class is a combination of the Sportsman and Advanced class. It is meant for the rider who wishes to ride sections that are harder than the standard Sportsman lines but is not quite ready to ride the biggest obstacles in the Advanced class. It will ride a combination of the easiest Advanced lines and harder Sportsman lines.
This classification is for riders who have developed past the Intermediate level and want even more challenging terrain and obstacles.
This classification is for riders who have a good start on their skill development. They are more proficient than Novices but they are not ready to tackle some tighter turns and obstacles
This is a class for the very new rider. It is usually used for the first time riders, riders being introduced to formal competition. It should be viewed as a class to encourage new riders.
This is a class based on the rider’s age, 40 and over, who has attained Sportsman skill level, but would rather compete against riders their own age. They will ride the SPORTSMAN line.
Twin Shock design, Air-Cooled engine, No Hydraulics, Must have Drum brakes. They will ride the SPORTSMAN line.
This is a class used for the rider who, for one reason or another, chooses not to participate in one of the competitive classes and wants to ride for the fun of it. The “O” class rider may choose any line at any section he feels comfortable riding.
This is a class for the more experienced youth rider, riders in this class must be a minimum of 4 years old. These riders understand the Sport and are developing the basic trials skills.
This is a non-competition class for the very new youth riders. It is usually used for the first time riders, and riders being readied for formal competition in other classes. It should be viewed as a class to encourage new youth riders of any age.