IERA has implemented an online registration process for the 2020 season. This includes hare scrambles, enduros, and the new GP series. In 2020 we will also use a new scoring system, Moto Tally, to score all IERA hosted hare scrambles. For both hare scrambles and enduros we'll use the Moto Tally system to track and display points through the same IERA website.
Please read through the instructions below and then register online.
The first screen you will see when you start the registration process is a rider search screen. Moto Tally has been used at various times in the past (2012, 2013, and 1 race in 2019). That data is still in the system, so check first to see if you have your information in there. Use that as a starting point so you don't create multiple instances of your race data.
For all Enduros and some Hare Scrambles an AMA card is required. If you already have a number you can provide it during registration. The system will check before AMA races to see if your card has expired. You do not have to provide an AMA number for this registration, it is only provided as a convenience.
Please provide all of the requested information - full address, email (your receipt will be sent here), date of birth, and emergency contact information.
The IERA registration fee is $25 for the season and can be paid with a PayPal account or with a credit card. If you would prefer to pay by check or cash you will need to register in person at the banquet or at the first race you attend.
Bike numbers for hare scrambles
We will be assigning a number for the entire series. You are not required to display the number or add graphics but you are welcome to do so. Helmet stickers will still be provided at signup for backup scoring. If you want to request a number, you can do so during the registration process. You can also check to see what numbers have been assigned already. If you do not have a number at your first race you will be assigned one.
In the event of duplicate requests, anyone that ran a number last year has until January 30th to request that same number. This would be the helmet sticker numbers, not necessarily your bike number. And we can only see what was assigned at hare scrambles scored electronically by IERA. After January 30th, all numbers are on a first come first serve basis as indicated by the date and time that the registration requests are completed.
If you have a child that will participate in multiple classes (50 and 65, for example) then you only need to register them once for IERA. When you get to a race (or pre-enter online) you can indicate they will participate in multiple classes (and pay for each class). This IERA registration is per rider per season. The system will allow you to sign up for multiple classes during IERA registration, but if you do so you will be charged for multiple annual memberships for no additional benefit.
You are able to submit multiple registrations in one transaction, such as registering yourself and your kids. Finish the process for each registration, then submit one payment for the total.
Series points will be awarded at the first race on or after the day of registration. If you register after you have participated in one or more races, those races will not count in your season total.
IERA will no longer mail membership cards
You will receive an email if you sign up online and provide a valid email. That will act as your receipt of registration and payment for the IERA season. Your information will be in the system for race registration and you only need to confirm that nothing has changed (ie. address or emergency contact info) when you sign-up for an event.
If you have further questions, please contact Scott Fleck at firstname.lastname@example.org.