Our team of track enthusiasts have been attending and organizing events on-track for decades, coming up with a simple but effective set of rules and regulations for you and your bike to follow when attending one of our events.
From bike prep, riding gear requirements, and registration procedures, to rider and spectator conduct requirements, the following pages will explain in detail what is expected so that you can arrive to the track confident and comfortable about your day. Sticking to these simple guidelines is what allows us to provide a safe and fun environment for everyone at our events, resulting in lots of time on track for every rider! It is the responsibility of each participant to be fully aware of the rules and guidelines that follow.
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Covid-19 Pre-Event Health Screening
Do not attend if you or anyone you have had close contact with:
Has a respiratory illness
Travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days
Has Covid-19 or a close contact of a confirmed case of Covid-19
OR you feel sick and have any of the following symptoms:
Fever, new or worse cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sore throat, fatigue, muscle aches, runny nose, headache or any other symptoms that can indicate Covid-19 infection.
If at any point during the event you have the onset of any of these symptoms, please isolate in your vehicle immediately and call the track office for further instructions.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A NON-MEDICAL FACECOVERING AT ALL TIMES.
The only exception is when you are wearing your helmet and are on track, inside your own personal RV/camper, or eating or drinking with more than 6ft away from anyone who does not live with you.
Out of respect for the higher transmissibility of new Covid variants, and the different regions and provinces riders travel from, this is absolutely necessary and will not be debated.
You will see hand wash stations and increased cleaning protocols throughout the paddock as well as social distance marking and direction. Please maintian proper social distance on all spectator areas.
Physical Distancing practices
All rider’s must maintain proper physical distance at all times.
Pit Crew and Families.
As Ontario enters into Stage 3 of the roadmap to re-open, riders are permitted to have crew members and limited family join them at the track.
Please also read Calabogie Motorsport Park’s Covid-19 policy here: https://www.calabogiemotorsports.com/track-rules/
Bike safety inspection Procedure - NEW 2020 Covid-19 Precautions.
-Can only be completed after checking in with Pro 6 Registration staff at our trackside store.
Once you are ready for tech
Calabogie sound test.
Registration opens - All pre-entered registrants must check in with our registration personnel to receive their wristbands and group sticker. Riders must prepare their bike in their pit for safety inspection once checked by placing the bike outside their pit on its stand. Rider's must also pass sound test at Calabogie prior to 9:30 am.
Registration CLOSES AT 8:45am for the duration of the riders meeting. It will re-open afterwards.
MANDATORY riders meeting will now be conducted via video stream. Please ensure you view the video prior to 9am. The riders meeting will include an overview of the flagging system used for the day’s activities. The flagging system is crucial to your safety as well as the safety of all others on the racetrack. It is for this reason that attendance at this meeting is MANDATORY. Any and all registrants who do not view this meeting will NOT be allowed on the racetrack. Attendance will be taken. Any last minute changes to the day’s events will be communicated to the rider's via live video stream, individually, or another method while ensuring proper social distancing practices.
Track opens for riding. Sessions will be approximately 20 minutes in length. Riders in the RED group will be the first on the track. The GREEN group’s first session of the day will also contain new rider's led by a Pro 6 Cycle instructor. Pro 6 Cycle reserves the right to change any rider’s allotted or chosen Group at any time, and place him/her in a more suitable one. Groups will be defined as follows:
|1:00 p.m.||The racetrack will be closed to all riders for lunch.|
|2:00 p.m.||Racetrack re-opens for the afternoon session. The first group out in the afternoon session will be the group that follows the final group from the morning sessions. Pro 6 Cycle staff will attempt to combine groups or lengthen the sessions to suit the circumstances of any particular trackday. These changes to the schedule are purely at the discretion of the Pro 6 Cycle staff attending that particular trackday and any changes made may not apply to future trackdays.|
5:00 p.m. The racetrack will be closed to all riders.
To change your Rider level, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
|RED||This group will include only very experienced trackday riders and racers. Pro 6 Cycle staff MUST approve street riders wishing to join this group. Passing is allowed throughout the track in this group.|
|YELLOW||This group will include riders that have had racetrack experience, are graduates of the GREEN group, and/or are comfortable at an increased speed (as compared to the GREEN group) Passing in this group is limited to straightaways, and exiting corners. There is no passing at apex.|
|GREEN||This group will include riders that have never had racetrack experience and/or would feel more comfortable on the racetrack with a group that are expected to be riding at a slower pace. Passing in this group is limited to straightaways only.|
We are no longer offering bike rentals.
General Bike preparation when riding with Pro6.
GoPro's and other Video equipment, Lap timers/cellphones
Here is a link to a How-To video put together by one of our long time staff members Sean on how to get your bike prepped for a trackday.
Please clink on the links below to sign the necessary waivers for your event.
These must be signed prior to registering trackside - no hard copies of the waivers will be provided, and you will not be permitted on the track without signing.
Please ensure you have read all Pro 6 Cycle, Calabogie/CTMP/SMP or venue, and Covid-19 policy in place prior to signing.
ADULT RIDERS - 2 waivers
MINOR RIDERS (age 14-18) - 3 Waivers
Required for riders who are all-together new to trackdays, or just new to a particular circuit.
This is also available as an optional refresher for green riders returning to the circuit.
All riders will be assigned to an instructor prior to the event and set with a designated outdoor meeting place in which to convene IN PERSON for your New to Track Orientation.
In order to maintain social distance, the amount of new riders may be limited at some events if it exceeds our ability to maintain a 4 student to 1 instructor ratio.Please registered early to ensure we can accommodate.
All first time riders to the track, regardless of riding ability at other tracks, are required to attend the orientation meeting and following 2 on track sessions. Failure to do so will result in your day ending.
The regular trackday fees also apply.
1. Riders who currently hold, or have recently held, a PRO rad racing license for minimally 2 consecutive years in the following series: RACE, CSBK/PCSB, SOAR, AMA, WERA, CCS.
2. Riders who have extensive riding experience but limited or no racing experience and are able to provide written reference of on track riding ability from another Trackday organization. The reference will be reviewed and followed up with but does not necessarily guarantee the waiving of the orientation.
Pro 6 Cycle VIP events operate at select days during the season. Many elements are the same as our regular events except for a few special qualities:
Trackside emergency medical service and marshaling are also included.
Trackside tire service by Pro 6 Cycle, suspension service by Propulsion Racing, and any other trackside special event service provided by Pro 6 Cycle and its partners are also available to the client.
Please contact Sheena via email@example.com to submit a request to join us at our VIP Events.