MEMBERSHIP
2014 Club Membership

HMX joined the MCF part way through the 2011 season. You will now need a MCF licence to race with Hampshire Motocross Club.

For full details check out the MCF web site to see what benefits you and the club will get. Day licenses will be available but it is recomended you join the MCF as this will save you money in the long run and also reduce the form filling and admin on race day plus it will allow you to ride other MCF events.

If you wish to enter any of the events that the club holds, you will need to become a club member.

Day membership is available at each meeting however should you wish to score points in the championships you must be a club member for the full season. If you are only going to join for a day, you will still need to complete the application at signing on as well as the day license for the MCF if you are not already a member.

Either contact the club secretary who will post one to you or complete one on the day of the meeting.

Transponders - Please note that only Race Results transponders will work at HMX events. Active Monitor transponders can be purchased from the club for £75 (adult), or £50 (youth). MyLaps or other types of transponders will not work at any HMX events. Race Result transponders can be hired at each HMX event.

>>> Membership for 2017 is now open and can be applied for online by clicking here <<<

Alternatively, click here to download a PDF version of the Membership form for the 2017 season

 

The Club's History

Formed in August 1990 for quads only and was then known as the Mid-Hants Quad Club. The first ever meeting was held at Fobdown Farm and attracted many competitors and spectators. Not content with running motocross events, the club also created a new format of quad racing - on ice!. The club was successful in promoting and organising several seasons of ice racing for quads.

In July 1993, the Mid-Hants club held a meeting at Fobdown which included solo's for the first ever. It was said at the time by the club that "it's a completely one-off happening and the club does not plan to run with solo's at any other meeting". This most definitely wasn't a one-off, as the club has included solo's in virtually all of it's meetings since then!

The club has continued growing and providing first class racing for all of it's members, and remains to be one of the friendliest and well organised clubs in the South of England.