Copied from the NATC Rulebook 2013 AMA/NATC SUPPLEMENTAL RIDING RULES Rev: 12/4/2012 4:01 PM Page 2 of 14 1. RIDER REQUIREMENTS A. Rider Qualifications: 1. Riders must be 10 years of age or older and of advanc ed or expert caliber, riders of lesser skill shall ride only the clubman class, novice or beginner riders shall not enter. Hmm see where I have a beef with that ????? 2013 AMA/NATC SUPPLEMENTAL RIDING RULES Rev: 12/4/2012 4:01 PM Page 2 of 14 1. RIDER REQUIREMENTS 1. Series championships are open to all classe s. See Sections 8 & 9 for requirements. 2. The Pro Class is the most prestigious class in which to compete 3. The Expert classes are a transition between the Pro Class and the Support Classes. The 125-cc Expert Class is open to riders of ability suitable for ri ding the Expert line and 10-18-years of age on January 1 st , of the current year. 4. The Expert Sportsman and Womens Expert Sports man classes are designed to be additional transition classes. Support class sections are considered too eas y for these riders. Without creating any new lines, these riders will compete on the hardest of the support se ctions and the easiest of the Expert sections as determined by the Trialsmaster and Sporting Steward. 5. The High School Class is an Expert Spor tsman Class that is open to any rider 10 - 18 years of age on January 1st of the current year. 6. The Junior Class is a support class open to any rider 10-18 years of age on January 1 st of the current year. 7. The Sportsman Class is a support class designed to provide a transition for riders between local and national competition. ( Or in lame-mans term, any one that usually rides a advanced OR HIGHER CLASS !!!!! ) I.E. What I stated in the first place !!!!