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Moped racing in the UK is under the wing of the Moped Mayhem Racing Combine. Races are normally over 6 hours and teams of up to 6 riders can compete on virtually any air-cooled moped. Watercooling has now been introduced since the 2002 season. Classes of moped include automatics, four strokes, AR 50's and GP machinery (including modified frames) and other two strokes.

The series runs over four or five races with some charity and fun events thrown in. Races are normally on kart tracks or airfields and the team with the most cumulative points at the end of the season wins.

I ride sometimes with the KLINGON WARRIORS which is made up of myself, my brother Andy, Dean Scott and my Uncle Steve Murphy. We run a NSR50 engine in a RS125 chassis.

Klingon Warrriors teamed up with ACME Racing (Keith, Martin and Jason) to make ACME Warriors Racing to take the moped world by storm for the 2001 season. This continued in 2002 season and will again in 2003.

Here is a shot of the Klingon bike (with the old MT engine).

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The racing is very close and competitive with the fastest machines reaching 70 mph. The series is aimed at the enthusiastic amateur and is probably the cheapest form of motorbike racing in the country. Please see the links for more information.

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Home, Klingon Warriors, 50cc GP Racing, Current Setup, Rules,

The Warriors, Where it all Began, Results, Moped Racing Links