BIKE TECH INSPECTION:
· Headlight Hi/Low
· Brake Light
· Front Brake
· Rear Brake
· Bike Starts
· Bike Shuts Off
· Wheel Spokes Safety Wired or Cable Tied / Rim condition
· Tire Tread Depth Above DOT Minimum
· DOT Marked Tires
· Sound Test – 2 Meter Max Sound Test 112 DB/A
· Driver’s License with Motorcycle Endorsement
· Motorcycle Insurance
· Health Insurance Card
Red Cross First Aid / CPR Card
· Utah Search and Rescue Card (USARA)
· Colorado Outdoor Search and Rescue Card (CORSAR) Colorado OHV Permit
· American Motorcycle Association card (Must Show Membership) or purchase at technical inspection.
· Valid Motorcycle License Plate and Accompanying Registration
· Rider Helmet - DOT FMVSS No.218 and/or ECE 22.05
· Garmin INREACH Mini Personal Locator Beacon
· Satellite Phone
· GPS and Spare Batteries
· 3L+ hydration system
· Basic First Aid Kit
Restop 2 solid waste bag or equivalent
· Emergency Tools
· Motorcycle tow strap 15ft min
· Issuance of RallyComp & Power Cable (Power cable will attach to the motorcycle battery)
· Issuance of RoadBook at rider brief
Tech Inspection requirement is no guarantee machine is mechanically sound or is safe to ride, that responsibility is solely the participants.
Please review the following RallyComp Primer, RallyComp Waypoints, RallyComp Demo, RallyComp Quiz, RallyComp Footprint and Quiz Key at RallyComp Rider Information Button below
The designer and manufacturer of the RallyComp recommends only the following: RallyComp must be mounted to the rally tower where a second ICO or RNS unit would go. So, If you have a second ICO or RNS unit on your tower please remove it. The bolt pattern is exactly the same for mounting the RallyComp and will go into the same holes used for your ICO or RNS unit. Also the power cords will be supplied by RallyComp but you will need to bring ring connectors (18 gauge) and crimp pliers to attach the ring connectors to the end of the pigtail to connect to your battery. We will be supplying the anti-vibration rubber grommets for those that do not have extra ones because it is mandatory that you have them for isolating the unit. We know some of you are prior users of RallyComp and have a power cable that connects it to the F2r Power box 12 volt accessory port and you have mounted them in different locations on your tower or handlebars. If it works use it but just remember if the unit fails remember the information above. Below are different perches if needed for the RallyComp antenna system if you do not have a location for mounting them. One of the antennas can be mounted with zip ties to your front brake master cylinder if need be. The two antennas must have a free and unobstructed view of the sky and must be in a location where they will not be removed over and over again for maintenance. There is a third antenna that is a small stub antenna that can be zipped tied to a location as long as it has a clear view of the sky.
Stub Antenna mounted to the side of the tracking antenna with a zip tie.
Tracking antenna mounted to the front brake master cylinder with zip ties.
The GPS antenna mounted with double sided sticky tape to the roadbook box cover labled # 1. Do not mount with this method becuase of taking cover off to load roadbooks.
This is an example of the many ways that riders mount the RallyComp and its associated antennas, but again the preferred method is what the designer and manufacturer recommends. So the sky is the limit on how you want to do it but always remember the recommended method.
RAM MOUNTS ANTENNA PERCH USED WITH TWO WAY INDUSTRIAL STICKY TAPE TO ATTACH THE RALLYCOMP ANTENNA
THE RALLYCOMP ANTENNA CAN BE ATTACHED WITH DOUBLE SIDED INDUSTRIAL STICKY TAPE ON THE RALLY MOTO SHOP ANTENNA MOUNT