Danmarks Veteran Motorcykleklub
Rally conditions Windmill 2020
Windmill 2020 is open to all DVM members as well as to foreign guests with motorcycles up to and including 1939. The route is with Open time checkpoint, Secret time checkpoint and route checkpoint, the route is marked with signs. A non-scaled roadmap will also be issued with the route. The Windmill is over two days with route lengths of approx. 120 km and 100 km. There are no dirt roads on the route.
Class A: Machines manufactured before 1915
Class B: Machines manufactured from 1915 up to and including 1924
Class C: Machines manufactured from 1925 up to and including 1930
Class C: Machines manufactured from 1931 up to and including 1939
It is allowed to having pillion passengers in every class, but there is not a special class for it. You can choose between average speeds of 24 km / h, 30 km / h or 36 km / h. The selected speed applies throughout Windmill 2020
The Windmill is a personal competition, but you can also participate in a team, the team does not have to follow each other on the route and if you participate in a team you are still in the personal competition, thus the opportunity for two prizes. There are two national teams A and B, the national veteran motorcycle clubs determine the participants of these two teams. The private teams must consist of 4 motorcycles, from before 1940, one of which is a reserve. i.e. three must complete the race in order for the team to participate in the competition. The participants of a team are registered with the team name together, and the name of the team captain is noted
All participants must follow officials as well as police instructions. Any participant at his own expense and risk. The rally committee, DVM or sponsors cannot be held liable. Nor can a participant raise claims against the rally committee, DVM or sponsors for any harm, he or she may cause on themselves or others
The route will be marked with sign (white and red): Triangular red plate = straightforward. Round red plate = turn right. Square red plate = turn left.
A Control card is issued at start with applied start time. Route and time checkpoints are entered in the control card in the order they are passed. The checkpoints must always be entered in the first empty box. Route checkpoints are unmanned. Time checkpoints are manned and the card is given at the time of arrival, but the participants are responsible for ensuring that the card is kept correctly. The checkpoints must be applied in the correct order, as they are otherwise known to be invalid. The control card is the basis for calculating penalty points and must therefore be treated with care. It is the participant’s responsibility that the time is written correctly.
Checkpoints are marked with a flag in each roadside. Open time checkpoint = Yellow. Secret time checkpoint = Yellow / Blue. Route Check = Blue Bottom / Yellow Stripe. Route checkpoint are unmanned. Here, on the right-hand side of the road, there will be a stamp that is applied to the first blank line of the control card. Secret time checks are manned and the current time is entered in his control card as well as official initials. 1 minute can be selected for each side of the current time. Open time control is manned. The current time and officials’ initials are applied to the control card. Ideal time can be awaited. At the finish, the control card is handed over.
There must not be any electronic or mechanical measuring equipment on the vehicle. If the motorcycle has a speedometer this must be covered, material for this can be found by machine control. Non-coverage provides 500 penalty points. An approved helmet with E or DS must be worn when riding you motocycle. Yellow reflective vests must be worn, these two rules apply to rides and passages and missing helmet or vest gives 500 penalty points. All participants must have motorcycle liability insurance and a valid driver’s license. No day insurance can be purchased during the Windmill in Denmark. Changing the motorcycle during the race is prohibited. Following vehicles / MC are not allowed on the route.
Price for rider: DKK 825 (€110)
Price for pillion passengers /guest: DKK 750 (€100)
The registration fee cover the following:
4) 2 course buffet on Friday evening
5) Morning coffee break Saturday
6) Lunch Saturday
7) Coffee break Saturday
8) 3 course buffet on Saturday evening
9) Morning coffee break Sunday
10) Lunch Sunday
1 to 10 applies to riders and 4 to 10 apply to pillion passengers / guests
Add on Price for breakfast Saturday DKK 90 (€12)
Add on Price for breakfast Sunday DKK 90 (€12)
Add on Price for a tent or caravan /camper DKK 495 (€66)
There will be bus transportation around the route for guests..
In connection with Windmill 2020, there will be the possibility of primitive camping in connection with the start site in Hobro. There will be access to showers and toilets as well as the possibility of electricity connection (only light and fridge) There is space for 60 camping units in the square and you order the same with registration. The price is for a caravan / tent / caravan. The site opens on Thursday, July 16, 12:00 and closes on Tuesday, July 21 at 1 p.m. 12:00 ..
S size is with chest measurements of 90 cm
M size is with chest measurements of 96 cm
L size is with chest measurements of 104 cm
XL size is with chest measurements of 112 cm
XXL size is with chest measurements of 120 cm
It is possible to take part in a tourist trip, where you visit a tractor collection, sail on the Mariagerfjord and ride a veteran train. Breakfast and bus transportation are inclusive. See links below:
Additional price for Monday tour DKK 495 (€66)
When registering, the above Windmill 2020 rules are accepted. All changes must be notified immediately to the race leaders.
In case of discrepancies, the Danish version is applicable