Rules

Four Wheeler Rodeo The Four Wheeler Rodeo is a competition to show how well the participant can control the Four Wheeler ATV. Anyone with a Four Wheeler is able to participate.  More than one participant may use an ATV. It is a competition between participants not ATVs. There will be two classes:      Utility - 4 wheel drive ATV                                                 Sport - 2 wheel drive ATV There will be two age groups:     18 and above                                                      17 and below (parent consent)                                            If parent is not present, participant must have                                            a notarized consent waiver. All participants must have a helmet and eye protection. Trophies will be given to the top three in the obstacle course and the top three in the timed events. Trophies will be given in both age groups and both classes.   Entry Fee -  $20 per Participant  $10 more if you run two classes   Obstacle Course The obstacle course will be demonstrated prior to competition the night of the event. Participants veering off course will receive a 5 second penalty. Participants skipping obstacles will receive a 5 second penalty. If abuse of obstacle course is demonstrated, the participant will be disqualified.   Flag Race   The contestant must start at a given point in a stopped position.  The flag man will signal contestant to begin and the contestant will move towards the far flag and retrieve it on the right side of the 4-wheeler.  The contestant will proceed to the opposite side of the arena, park the 4-wheeler, contestant will get off the 4-wheeler, and place the flag in the designated spot.  Time will end when the flag is placed in the bucket of sand.  A ten second time penalty will occur if the flag is retrieved from the left side of the 4-wheeler and a ten second time penalty will occur if the bucket of sand is tipped over while retrieving the flag.    Barrel Race   The contestant must start at a given point.  The flag man will signal contestant to begin and the contestant will move through the barrels in a uniform pattern.  If the contestant breaks the pattern, they will be disqualified.  A ten second penalty will occur for every barrel that is tipped over.  Time will end when the contestant has completed the pattern and returned to the designated spot.   Pole Race   The contestant must start at a given point.  The flag man will signal contestant to begin. The contestant will move through the poles in a uniform pattern.  If the contestant breaks the pattern, they will be disqualified.  A ten second penalty will occur for every pole that is tipped over.  Time will end when the contestant has completed the pattern and returned to the designated spot.