Stoney Lonesome MC Championship Hare Scramble Series
The Stoney Lonesome Championship Hare Scramble Series is one of the premier Hare Scramble series in the Midwest. Our property offers some of the finest natural terrain and trails, comprised of steep hills, hollows, rocks, and creek beds. The series is limited to motorcycle classes, and much of the race course is comprised of singletrack through the woods.
Stoney Lonesome MC is located 6 miles west of I-65 on State Road 46. Click here for directions.
Facilities and Services
Facilities open at 7:00 AM on race day. Included in your gate fee are overnight primitive camping, flush toilets, and access to the clubhouse. Concessions are available for purchase on race day.
NO MEDICAL INSURANCE IS PROVIDED AT ANY SLMC EVENT
Make your plans now to attend all 5 of the series races! Don’t miss out on a great year of racing, and riders who start at least 4 of the 5 races will be invited to our year end series banquet! Each year, over $15,000 in prizes are awarded to our series riders. The year-end banquet is by invitation only, and is free to those riders who qualify. The event is a pitch-in, but the facility and hog roast are provided courtesy of Stoney Lonesome MC.
Invitations with additional information are sent in advance of the banquet to those who qualify.
Sound Check and Registration
NO PIT RIDING and NO WARMUP RIDING!
All bikes MUST pass Sound Check prior to registration!
respect the property and those around you and save the riding for the
race. Maintaining a safe environment and complying with noise
regulations allows us to continue to hold races on our property.
- Please consider registering online - this will save you time and money on race day.
- Sound check and registration open at 7:30 AM
- Preregistered riders enter the registration area to the Right side, near concessions for express check-in.
Race Start Times and Length
The riders meeting for each race starts 15 minutes before the start of the race, and takes place at the start line. The trail to the start line is located at the northeastern corner of the parking lot, with a large wooden arrow hung on a tree beside the trail.