The CRMB Challenge is a road race championship dedicated to classic racing motorcycles.
The CRMB Challenge is held over three meetings, all organized in Belgium during 2016 and entirely dedicated to classic racing motorcycles: Motos Classiques at Croix, Trophée International des Motos Classiques at Chimay and the Belgian Classic Trophy at Gedinne.
To enter qualification one needs to participate at least at 2 of the 3 meetings. In each series, as those foreseen in the BMB/FMB 2016 technical rules and regulations, a champion is to be nominated: 50cc, Vintage-200-250-350-500 Gr1 -2, 750, Post Classic 2 stroke & 4 stroke Gr1-Gr2-Gr-3, IPC125-IPC250-ClassicEvo, sidecar Gr1-Gr2-Gr3-GP500-GP600-Post Classic. Points are attributed to racers disposing of a year license as well of those disposing of a one-event license. At the end of the season the top 3 of each series receives a trophy. There is no price money to be won.
During each race the following points are to be gained: 1. 25 pts, 2. 20pts, 3. 16pts, 4. 13pts, 5. 11 pts, 6. 10 pts, 7. 9 pts, 8. 8 pts, 9. 7 pts, 10. 6 pts, 11. 5 pts, 12. 4 pts, 13. 3 pts, 14. 2 pts, 15. 1 pt.
In case of discussion the french version of the technical rules and regulations will be amended.