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Guidlines for No-Split Format (Also known as our "Scottish Format"). This format is the most preferred by ITSA.

 

Sections are designed and laid out matching the ability level of the rider and the capability of the machine to the terrain using single line sections.

 

Five degrees of difficulty of section design are used The sections are marked by letter designations(A,B,C,D,E). "A" being the hardest and "E" the easiest.

 

Five sections of each degree of difficulty are to be used.

At smaller regional events "E" sections may be dropped and only "A" thru "D" used.

 

Class and Ability Chart

 

 Class

        Expert          

     Intermediate             Novice      
 Modern Twinshock  

 A & B

 B &C

 C & D

 Historic

 A & B

 B & C

 C & D

 Pre-Historic

 B & C

 C & D

 D & E

 

Vintage Mono and Mono Shock machines ride the same sections as modern Twinshock sections.

Exhibition riders will ride any sections they are comfortable with.

 

Guideline for section difficulty.

A = Hard expert

B = Easy expert - hard intermediate

C = Easy intermediate - hard novice

D = Easy novice - hard novice on Pre-Historic machines

E = Easy novice on Pre-Historic machines