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Probably a silly question but how do you get you number if you like to race, and what back grounf color should I use?

I have seen yellow, black, and white in use.

I intend to do some hare scramble and enduro races, I am over 40 and wnat the slowest class 😢

Where can I find this info?

Mats

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It depends on what organization is holding the event. You will have to find out by asking what the particular rules for the event are.

Here is an example of a number/background system that we use in AZ. Yours will probably be a little different

[example]

CLASSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Expert (A) (AA): White Backgrounds / Black numbers & Letter.

Amateur (😢: Yellow Background / Black numbers & Letter.

Novice ©: Black background / white numbers & letter.

Beginner: Green background / white numbers no letters.

The background colors denotes divisions.

The letter denotes classes within the division.(Age, Gender)

The number denotes rider.

[/example]

Enduros are a little different. Your number will be your minute and letter will be your position on the minute.

😢

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It depends on what organization is holding the event. You will have to find out by asking what the particular rules for the event are.

Here is an example of a number/background system that we use in AZ. Yours will probably be a little different

[example]

CLASSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

Expert (A) (AA): White Backgrounds / Black numbers & Letter.

Amateur (😢: Yellow Background / Black numbers & Letter.

Novice ©: Black background / white numbers & letter.

Beginner: Green background / white numbers no letters.

The background colors denotes divisions.

The letter denotes classes within the division.(Age, Gender)

The number denotes rider.

[/example]

Enduros are a little different. Your number will be your minute and letter will be your position on the minute.

😢

That is the same in Minnesota, except we don’t have the green backgrounds. If you are a pro in the 125 class the backgrounds are black, and in the 250 class they are white.

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