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.

The CRMB Challenge award giving will be hold on Sunday evening during the BCT 2016.

In case of discussion the french version of the technical rules and regulations will be amended.