Originally Posted by MoparBoyy
so like this?!?!
i think you can see them from space
Well, we know you can see Mopar's 666 from hell!
Anyhow, NO, it is not that big a deal what you do for numbers as long as they can be clearly read by corner workers. IF, just IF by chance you are interested in racing and wanna do it right and do it only once, then the basic guidelines are as follows:
Amateur/Novice - Yellow Background, Black Numbers
Expert - White Background Black Numbers
No serif fonts, no italics, just clean BLOCK numbers.
CCS prefers 8" numbers on the front, 6" numbers on the rear side plates (one per side)
WERA accepts 6" numbers on the front and on the two rear side plates.
NESBA just wants to be able to read your numbers. And the number on the bike has to match the number on your wristband or you wont clear tech, so when you are at the registration desk, make sure that they put the number that is on your bike, on your wristband.
Have fun, we'll see you up there!