The race

Klaustur Off-Road Challenge is a 6 hour off-road event for dirt bikes. The event is held at a farm called Ásgarður which is is just outside Kirkjubæjarklaustur in South Iceland. The event starts at 12 at noon and the checkered flag is raised 6 hours later at 18. In 2018 the race will be held on Saturday 26th of May. If you enjoy riding dirt bikes this is definitely an event for you and possibly the whole family. Do not let the words "race" or "competition" pull you away from participating. Those words are really just an excuse to get together and have a great day of riding. Similarly, you don't have to worry about not having enough experience or ability on the bike. The track is suitable for everyone. There are no obstacles that require extensive experience and knowledge. The track is mostly grass, sand and dirt. Big stones and rocks, steep slopes and mudholes are not to be found in the track. We do this without compromising on entertainment value. Further down on this page, you can see what classes are available and what conditions must be met in order to participate. If you are under 14 years of age, the birthday applies, you should click the "Kids" button at the top of the page. If you live in Iceland: Registration takes place on MSÍ's website, www.msisport.is. In order to register you need to be a paid member of a racing association within MSÍ. In the metropolitan area you will find VÍK and MotoMos. In the western part you can search for VÍFA. In the more suthern part search for UMF Selfoss / Þór Þorlákshöfn or Hreppakappar in Hrunamannahreppur. In the north it's KKA Akureyri and east is Start of Egilsstaðir. Talk to your local club for further information regarding payment of membership fees and access to the site of MSÍ. If VÍK is your association, please send an e-mail to vik@motocross.is If you do not live in Iceland but want to compete you will either have to find someone you know in Iceland or e-mail the association which organizes the event by e-mailing vik@motocross.is

These are the available groups in the event

Ironman / Ironwoman

Toughest group for the men and for the toughest ladies.

1 participant

1-2 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

A team of two

Most popular group

2 participants

1-2 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

Women

Just for the girls

2-3 participants

1-3 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

A team of three

Easiest

3 participants

1-3 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

Offspring

Parent and a child (14+)

2 participants

1-2 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

Couples

Life partners both married and unmarried

2 participants

1-2 bikes

Price for 1, 2, 3 place

90+

The combined age of the competitors must be over 90 years and younger competitor must have reached 35 years of age. The birthday applies.

2 participants

1-2 bikes

Price for 1 place

100+

The combined age of the competitors must be over 100 years and younger competitor must have reached 50 years of age. The birthday applies.

2 participants

1-2 bikes

Price for 1 place

135+

The combined age of the competitors must be over 135 years and the youngest contestant must have reached 35 years of age. The birthday applies.

3 participants

1-3 bikes

Price for 1 place

150+

The combined age of the competitors must be over 150 years and the youngest contestant must have reached 50 years of age. The birthday applies.

3 participants

1-3 bikes

Price for 1 place

Please note

Every contestant must have reached 14 years of age and the birthday applies. Do note that some categories have higher age limit.

The minimum engine size is 122 cubic centimeters / cc two-stroke and four-stroke and the maximum allowed is 650 cubic centimeters / cc two-stroke and four-stroke.

A competitor who has lost his/her driver's license are not allowed to participate in the race.

Rear wheel size has to be 18 or 19 inches and the front wheel size must be 21 inches.

Bikes must be registered in the Icelandic automotive registry and insured.

Associates


Vik
Msi hvit
Kfc
Snaeland
Systrakaffi