Row assignments will be automatically determined by registration order.
This year we’ll be using an online race services company that will speed things up, simplify the process, and make everything easier to manage.
So if you’ve raced the TKO as an amateur previously, or if you’re considering it for your first time, we hope to see your registration come through on or after Dec. 1 at noon. In the meantime, get out there and practice!
With last week’s press release announcing the dates for the 2015 TKO, we know that there are many amateur competitors eager to register for the race on Saturday with the top finishers earning the opportunity to move on to the Sunday Expert Knockout rounds.
We’ll be opening up online registration on Dec. 1, 2014. Pre-Entry online fee will be $65 this year, a slight increase from previous years to help offset the cost of electronic timing which we’ll be using both days.
We’ve also expanded the maximum number of entries to 140 riders.
Just a heads up that the Pre-Registration Dead Line for the TKO is coming up on Sunday August 11.
Pre Entry Fees are $45 then Post Entry Fees go up to $60. So save some money and get those registrations in now! Also when you register you will enter in a raffle for some discount codes for elo boost services from elitist-gaming.com!