Minooka format Single Start updated Friday


we have changed the start time for all adults to 11:30. we will start the race immediately following the riders meeting

The format for Minooka is the Single start Format. ALL ADULTS AT 11:30 The adult course is almost 8 miles, Youth is around 3 miles, and Peewee is 1 mile. Sign up will most likely be under the pavilion in the parking lot past the campground.

Address:  Minooka Park, 1922 Co Rd 146, Jemison, AL 35085

7:30 – 11:30 Sign up
8:45 50cc/Preteen B/Tadpoles
9:30 Youth/Preteen A/Girls
10:45 Striders
11:00 Riders meeting/Kids awards
11:30 All bikes

Signup will start around 7:30 am. If a racer preregisters online they can go to the opposite end of the table where the line starts. Only secca members (who do not need a number or transponder) can register for a race online. All others register day of the event. Racers must have a number on the left side of the helmet and a transponder under the visor. These are provided at sign up the day of the event. Transponders are good for years unless damaged. Bring your helmet to sign up. You will place your transponder on your visor THEN get it programmed.

Scoring Area
The area ribboned off around the scoring tent is off limits to riders and spectators. This area is for work officials only. DO NOT STOP AFTER THE RACE NEAR SCORING. RIDE BACK TOWARDS PARKING AREA.

Pit Riding
Only official workers are allowed on bikes on the trail during race day.
No pit riding at any events by minors. Adults using bikes,golf carts, etc to get from spot to spot must be 1st gear or 5 mph. Racers keep your bike at your trailer until time to go to the start line/riders meeting. All adult bikes must shut off on the starting line prior to the green flag. After the race please ride back to your trailer or away from the finish line. Do not park near the scoring tent or walk up to the tent (especially with your helmet on.) Parents, please help keep kids away from the course and moving vehicles when on bicycles. SxS and other vehicles DO NOT cross the course during a race.