BMC Forms & Applications

Competitor Entry (Race Registration) Forms

Find your downloadable or online registration forms on the event’s Event Details Page.

All Competitors Note: BMC issues IRS form 1099 – Misc. for each tax year.  This means that if a Pro level competitor earns prize money for the entire season, for all events combined, of $600 or greater, they will receive a 1099.  It is critical that BMC have your correct SSN or EIN, physical address, phone and email.  This information is acknowledged to be private information, and will be retained only by the BMC accountant and held as a private record, not available to club members nor the general public.

New “Prospective” BMC Membership Applicants for “Active” and “Associate” positions

  • A limited number of Active Membership openings are available at the end of each season. New Prospective Active members applicants will need two current BMC Sponsors to also sign the application. New Members will pay $420 for the first 3 consecutive years and then pay $300 thereafter, for the following years. 26 volunteer work hours are required for Active members each year, 8 of those hours must come from working at an Event.
  • A limited number of Associate memberships are available each year. An Associate Membership does not require volunteer work hours and can’t participate in voting, but can include Spouse and Family members. Associate memberships are $1000 per year.

New BMC Membership Applications

There are a variety of forms and releases used by the BMC for Members, families, guests and non-member/spectator event releases. It is best to contact a BMC Member or attend a Meeting on the 1st Wednesday (during May through December) or the 1st and 3rd Wednesday (during January through April) to obtain an application and have questions answered.

Guest Pass for Non-Members to Ride on the Club Grounds with You

Good standing members may complete the form below to apply for a one day riding pass for a Non member to ride on BMC club grounds. The form must be completed, notarized and approved by a BMC board Member to obtain a guest Wrist Band. Guests must be attended at all times by the sponsoring BMC member.

Spectator and Rider Releases

Spectator and Rider release are available at the events.  BMC follows generally accepted safety and risk management practices for operation of its facility.  With respect to competitive events, the short answer is if there is a safe, well marked and secure spectator area (“non-restricted” area), spectators will be allowed to enter the “non-restricted” area without signing a liability release.  All areas on BMC grounds that are outside of any designated “non-restricted” zone are considered “restricted” areas.   If there is no designated “non-restricted” area, all areas are considered “restricted”.

To enter a “restricted” area, an individual must sign a liability release form.  For adults, the process is easy, simply provide proof of age and sign the release at the gate.  For minors (under the age of 18), this becomes a bit more complicated.  Below we address a couple of the most common scenarios and the forms required to work around and hassles.

For minor spectators (under the age of 18) that will attend a BMC event and want to enter the “restricted” area (typically the pit area), it is required that the parents and/or legal guardians of the minor execute a release of liability on behalf of the minor in advance of the event.  When the minor presents this fully executed, signed and dated form, they will be allowed to enter the pit area.  Without this form, minors (under the age of 18) that are not accompanied by their parent or legal guardian will not be allowed to enter the restricted (pit) area.  For events that have a non-restricted (spectator only) area, unaccompanied minors will be allowed into such viewing areas without parental accompaniment or release forms. Download the Restricted Area Minor Release form.

If any minor (under the age of 18) will be attending a BMC event without their parents and/or legal guardians present, but will be attending with other adults, the parent and/or legal guardian can choose to give the attending adults the right to sign releases on their behalf.  This is accomplished by the parents and/or legal guardians of the minor executing a Power of Attorney form, which is the legal document that allows for the non-parents to sign on behalf of the parents.  This transfer of authority will work for both situations for minor spectators (simply watching the event but entering the “restricted” area in the company of the authorized adults) and minor participants (racing under the supervision of the authorized adults).  Download the Power of Attorney form..


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