GASGAS MEHKA Piksepini Karikas 2023-2024
Piksepini Cup 2023–2024 is a hard enduro competition series for enthusiasts, amateurs, beginners, and young off-road motorcycle racers. It also includes a separate class (Sport) for more advanced racers. In addition, we welcome quad bikes and ATVs (likely not in all stages). The series takes place mainly in various locations in Southern Estonia.
It consists of six stages taking place between September 2023 and March 2024.
Races are held on the principle of endurance racing with a duration of up to 3 hours, except for the last stage that is going to be a sprint race with two shorter starts planned.
- 30 September 2023 – Kantsi, Valga County
- 11 November 2023 – Hinsa, Võru County
- 30 December 2023 – Saviloo, Lepassaare village, Võru Rural Municipality, Võru County
- 27 January 2024 – Saviloo, Lepassaare village, Võru Rural Municipality, Võru County
- 24 February 2024 – Külmakivi valley, Võru Rural Municipality, Võru County
30 March 2024 – ...
Sprint/concluding the season (the location is yet to be specified)
Times and locations of winter stages (December–February) may change depending on snow conditions.
1. Sport (three top Amateurs of Piksepini 2019–2023 and Hobby class stage winners of the last season; participants from E1, E2, and E3 of the Estonian Hard Enduro Championships and Estonian Cup of 2022/23)
3. Veteran 40+ (born in or before 1983)
4. Veteran 50+ (born in or before 1973)
5. Junior (born in or after 2006; no limit on the engine capacity of bikes)
7. ATV Sport (751+ ccm)
8. ATV Hobby (750- ccm; no limit on engine capacity for women)
Starting numbers are assigned for the entire season when registering competitors (first ones get to pick their number; numbers are not changed mid-season). The numbers are issued based on the approved Baltic number table. The starting numbers for solo bikes and individual quad bikes must not coincide regardless of the competition class. The assigned numbers and registered competitors are published on http://www.piksepini.ee.
Points are calculated based on competition classes: 1st – 100p; 2nd – 90p; 3rd – 85p; 4th – 82p; 5th – 81p; etc.
A competitor must cross the finish line at least once per stage to be awarded points.
The overall winner of the series is determined based on the total number of points for five out of six races. A double number of points is awarded at the last stage – points will be awarded for both sprints. When a competitor has participated in all stages, the points for the least successful (or skipped) stage are deducted.
Results will be available on http://piksepini.ee/tulemused.
(During the competition in real time on http://timetrica.live.enymind.fi/.)
Six best competitors in the Solo Hobby class and three best in all other classes are going to be awarded for each stage.
The six best in the Solo Hobby class and the three best in all other classes of the entire season (including quads and ATVs if at least three stages take place) are going to be awarded cups which are going be presented at the end of season event after the last stage. The three best in the Hobby class and the winners of all stages are transferred to Sport class next season.
Gifts for participants
All stages have a table with prizes that are going to be raffled between the participants who are present at the awards ceremony.
The organizer will include the terms and conditions for raffling the end-of-season prizes in the rules of the last stage (main prizes are raffled between the participants of the entire season: participation in one race = one raffle ticket).
note! General rules of the series/for competitors
- Goggle tear-offs are prohibited (roll-off films are allowed).
- An impermeable mat is OBLIGATORY and must be used everywhere on the territory of the competition when fuelling bikes.
- A competitor must wear protective gear (a helmet, special boots for motor sports, body armour, gloves; chief judge will adjudicate any disputes on the spot).
- Motorcycles and other vehicles participating in races must be in good technical condition and safe for the drivers and other competitors (the chief judge will decide any disputes on the spot).
- Motor vehicles ARE NOT REQUIRED to have registration plates, insurance, lamps (competitions take place on closed tracks that are not open for public traffic).
- Competitors participate in the races at own risk and confirm this fact with a signature before each race when registering at the race track; the race organizer is not liable for accidents. We recommend concluding a personal life insurance contract with coverage for motor sports with your preferred insurance provider.
- The race organizer guarantees the presence of a medical team in the locations of the competition for the entire series.
Race organizer: MTÜ Misso TSK / Urmas Peegel; email@example.com; +372 5300 0016 www.piksepini.ee.