For Racers: How Much Does It Cost To Create a Racer Profile?

For Racers: How Much Does It Cost To Create a Racer Profile?

Does it cost anything to create a Rider profile?


Normal racer profiles are currently free. So the cost is zero.

F-R-E-E.

There are some options to enhance your Racer Connect profile for sponsor visibility, better stats tracking, and some other sweet features. But those are not required for you to register for races and start to accumulate stats. 

So have at it. 



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