AMA’s Statement of Responsibility:
You have voluntarily entered an AMA sanctioned competition meet. An AMA sanction indicates that this meet is listed in the Association’s official calendar and that the AMA rules for competition may be used as a guideline. It does not indicate that the track has been inspected or approved by the Association, nor does it indicate that the officials have been trained or accredited by the Association, nor does it indicate that your safety has been assured by any AMA authority or the organizer.
Motorsports are inherently dangerous. You should take part in this competition based on your own assessment of your abilities. If you have not personally inspected the course, we urge you to do so. You have been provided an opportunity to practice under non-competitive conditions. If you have not practiced, we urge you to contact the referee (officials) at this time. You are responsible for the quality and condition of your motorcycle and protective apparel.
The organizer does not provide medical insurance coverage. We urge you not to compete in motorsports without adequate personal medical insurance coverage. If you have any doubts at this time about your personal abilities to participate in this meet, if you have not adequately prepared yourself and your equipment, or if you believe personal insurance coverage are not adequate to compensate you for any loss that might occur, we urge you to notify the organizer who will immediately refund your entry fee. Spectators witnessing these meets thereby assume all risks for any injury or damages resulting therefrom.
- It is the participant/spectators’ responsibility to read the conditions of entry. The AMA, FIM, promoters, officials, sponsors and vendors will not be held responsible for any consequences that results from persons not reading and understanding the conditions.
- Participants are not officially entered until the entry form and entry fees have been received by the event promoter and processed. A $30 Manual handling fee will be added to your entry cost for manual processing.
- All riders must have a current driver’s license at the time of the meet from the state/country in which they reside (minor excluded with Parent/Guardian authorization).
- All persons entering the meet are required to sign a liability waiver form before being admitted (at entry gate).
- Meet promoters reserve the right to refuse entry, or to eject anyone from the meet for any reason.
- Land Speed Racing is a dangerous activity and you enter this meet with that knowledge. The event promoter, FIM, AMA, BLM, their sponsors and affiliates will not be liable for any action in which you volunteer that may put you at risk.
- The Bonneville Motorcycle Speed Trials is open to wheel driven record attempts only. No other propulsion entries will be accepted.
- All entries are subject to a 5% Processing and Handling fee
- Rider medical insurance is the responsibility of the participant. Contact the AMA for details on their rider medical insurance policies available for participants in AMA sanctioned meets.
- Any minors that are attending the meet must have both of their parents/guardians sign the Minor Release Form at the gate. If the minor’s parents/ guardians will not be accompanying them to the meet, the supervising adult must have a notarized Consent Letter authorizing them to sign on behalf of the parents/guardians. For more details contact the event promoter or the AMA. Minor Racers are recommended to complete the annual waiver. Click here for forms. Form must be printed in color.
- Conduct and Sporstmanship
- All riders are deemed responsible for the actions of their family, crew and personal photographers. All participants understand that violation of the rules and procedures by any one they are responsible for, can lead to fines and forfeiture of their competition privileges.
- All persons entering the meet, including spectators, agree to respect the salt surface and will make every effort to protect this resource. Trash and recycling is to be carried out or disposed of in the dumpster’s provided.
- All sales are final. No refunds.
- Participants can sell their entry to another participant- however fees will not be returned to the original owner by the event promoter. All financial transactions due to sale of entry are between seller and purchaser. Seller must give written notice to the event promoter granting transfer of fees to the buyer.
- Force Majeure:
- Neither Participant nor Event Promoter shall be liable to the other for default or delay in performing its obligations, if caused by an event beyond its reasonable control, provided that the affected party gives prompt written notice of any such inability to perform to the other party.
- Event Cancellation
- Per AMA Supplemental regulations rule 1.0 Weather: “…The event promoters, sponsors and officials shall not be responsible for delays, postponements, or cancellations due to weather or course conditions or acts of God for any reason….”
- Postpone/Cancellation Procedure: BMST will strive to keep participants and the community apprised of any postponement or cancellation of its event. It will do this through its website, email, and social media. All participants are urged to check the BMST website and social media in the days leading up to the event and during the event for the most current event conditions and updates.
- In the event of a cancellation issued by the promoter Rollover credits (NO CASH VALUE) will be provided for the next available race.
- Refunds less administrative processing fees (25%) may be requested within 30 days of an event cancellation.
- All Rollover credits have the following conditions:
- No cash value.
- Valid for following yearly race event only.
- No refund if unable to attend following yearly race event.
- A completed entry form will be required for rollover to be applied.