The PMMC riding days are made of 7 sessions of 15 minutes by category. During our riding days, professional riders will be present to advice you.
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Course of riding days:
WARNING: Register yourself in the right category (do not overestimate yourself or reverse), it could be difficult, may be impossible, to change your group. It is your responsibility, and we reserve the right to deny you access to the track if the difference with other riders does not allow you to ride safely.
Licences or insurances:
For non-licensed and uninsured: You can take insurance on D-day.
For insured persons covered on the track: You must have, IMPERATIVELY, a certificate meaning that you are covered for the use of your machine on closed and homologated circuit.
Prepare your riding day
Check your insurance. A license or insurance covering risks on closed circuit is mandatory.
Mandatory briefing for all beginners and initiated.
Want to save time? Remember to download the registration form, return it or prepare it in advance.
The safety equipment must be in perfect condition: integral leather suit, in 1 or 2 pieces zipped, is MANDATORY.
Back protection is mandatory.
Integral helmets, leather gloves and boots must be in good condition.
Modular helmets are prohibited by the track direction as well as textile gloves.
The boots must exceed the malleolus of 8 cm minimum, the speed riding boots are strongly recommended.
The motorbike must be in perfect condition: Brakes (discs + pads), general condition (oil leak, chain kit).
Tire pressures are different between road and track use. Make sure your tires are at the right pressure, and if you have any doubt, ask to someone.
Headlights and mirrors do not have to be taped. These can only be folded (to not look behind).
Make sure the machine does not make too much noise. The silencers must be maintained. Do not hesitate to buy a dB Killer in case of refusal by the sound level meter.
THE NOISE AT THE POLE MECANIQUE OF ALES IS LIMITED:
The PMMC cannot be held responsible if the motorcycle is refused. A refund is impossible.
Cameras are forbidden on the helmet. They are tolerated on the bike, but track staff may refuse access if they deem the attachment is insufficient. They are also forbidden on the chest.
WARNING: The track staff reserves the right to refuse access to a motorcycle and / or its rider if its equipment and / or motorcycle does not match with the safety criteria listed above.
Règles générales : General rules
BEHAVIOUR ON PADDOCK
Once the session is over, move calmly on the paddock. The track staff can exclude anyone with a dangerous behaviour.
Alcohol is PROHIBITED on the track, obviously drugs too. Their consuming, even minimal, excludes access to any tracks.
Checks are provided by the track staff.
Barbecues with wood fires are forbidden.
The holes on the paddock are prohibited and charged 80 € by the track direction to the organizer, then to those who made them. Concrete blocks are available to weight arbours down or other structures. GO TO THE RECEPTION OF THE POLE MECANIQUE.
Burns and wheeling are strictly forbidden.
BEHAVIOUR ON THE TRACK
This is not a Moto GP World Championship grid, but a training day, you have to be courteous.
Some discover, others train, finally, everyone is there for fun.
From the start, respect others by list yourself in the right category.
On track do not look behind, and respect flags meanings.
Morning Briefings are mandatory.
Debriefings are optional, but could be very useful.
Well listen to the mike indications because information circulates throughout the day.
Possibility to eat on the site. A catering is present and offers a full buffet for 15 €. Payment is made directly to the reception.
It is possible to sleep on the paddock the day before training.