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This is a race class that is along the lines of old days racing in the 70's and early 80's. The 100cc class were the toughest competition of the race day. It made us all better riders, and it made us better mechanics out of us.
If you won the 100cc class, you were the man, not an easy task.
It’s called MT’s 100 Works Revenge for a reason, we all had Factory bikes in that era, we just didn't know it.

The 100cc class was the true beginning of MotoCross in the USA, from porting to custom frames, swinging arms, Pipes,
lightweight metals and so on. When the AMA passed the non works bike rule in 1986, all minds went to rest, we all rode
the same bikes, and imagination went right out the door. The fun slowly went away and our minds on making better
machinery. MT’s 100 Works Revenge goal is to bring back the fun factor, get the minds working again on how to go fast racing vintage motocross with only 100cc.
Thanks, Marty Tripes

Proud to announce CMC and Marty Tripes have come together, Marty is now Director of Early years of CMC MotoCross. CMC is the oldest MX club in western America, 44 years old and still going Strong. The Peters Family and Marty are looking forward to the relationship.



*2013 CMC/ Marty Tripes / All Class's are invited for 2013*

January off

February 17 Milestone

March 3 Perris

April 20-21 Diamond Don's

April 27 Perris nite racing

May 11 milestone nite racing

June 8 SoCal Vintage Classic at Barona 100 works revenge points only

July 6 Carlsbad track, The Ranch. Marty Tripes world infamous Chile
cook off.
July 27 Milestone Nite racing

August 10 Perris nite racing

September 7 Marty Tripes Vintage Days,Carlsbad track. The Ranch Anza ca


October 6 Glen Helen REM

November OFF

December Off

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  • 72
  • Motocross
  • Mar 23, 2010
  • English

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