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on 08 June 2017
@ 08/06/2017 23:26:49
X Beanz X
In: Eaton Bray
Hope this helps ... Machines will be sub-divided into age classifications or periods as detailed below: CLASSIC 1 (previously Period 1) All machines = 1st January 1945 and 31st December 1963 CLASSIC 2 (previously Period 2) Four stroke machines = from 1st January 1964 to 31st December 1972 Two stroke machines = from 1st January 1964 to 31st December 1967 POST CLASSIC 1 (previously Period 3) From 1st January 1973 for four stroke machines to the date stated below according to engine size From 1st January 1968 for two stroke machines to the date stated below according to engine size 100cc up to 125cc single or twin cylinder = 31st December 1986 126cc up to 250cc single or twin cylinder = 31st December 1984 251cc and above single, twin, triple, or four cylinders = 31st December 1981 POST CLASSIC 2 (previously Period 4) 126cc and above single or multi-cylinder machines = from January 1st 1982 to December 31st 1986 Note: Any 50cc or 125cc Grand Prix machine, whether two or four stroke, is eligible for Classic if constructed before 31st December 1972.
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