For Racers: Add Other Racers to Your Account

For Racers: Add Other Racers to Your Account

How do I add a new racer or rider to my account?


Many RaceReady accounts are held by individual racers.

However, many accountholders have racers (such as children) whom they manage, and must add them to their account. If this is not done at account creation, you can do this at any time in the Riders tab inside your account:

Simply fill out the form (adding any bikes which that racer will use) and click "Save". 

If you need additional help message us on our chat system! 



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