New England 1000

1000 Miles - 24 Hours


Rules - New England 2000


1.† The New England 2000 consists of 2 New England 1000 Runs done back-to-back, and in less than 48 hours.

2.† The New England 2000 is officially open from May 1 - Sept 30.

3.† Entrants can be riders of motorcycles, sidecars, or trikes.

4.† You must be a successful finisher of a 24 or 36 hour rally.

5.† Each of the two rides that make up the NE2000 must be completed start to finish in the time allowed for a single ride. In other words, you must do the first New England 1000 in 24 hours, and then do the New England 1000 again in 24 hours. The time between the start time of your first run and the finish time of your second run must be 48 hours or less.

6.† Time left over from your first run cannot be used to lengthen the time allowed for your second run. Each NE1000 must be done in a 24 hour period.

7.† You can start the second run any time after you finish the first run.

8.† Riders who finish the first NE1000, but fail in their second NE1000, will get the award for a New England 1000. There will not be any refund of the difference in entry fees.

9. All entrants must register with a run official on the day they do the run. Registration consists of filling out the entry form, signing the conditions of participation, and paying the entry fee.

10.† Starting and ending time and mileage must be recorded by a run official.

11.† Upon completion of the run all finishers must provide gas slips from checkpoints designated by the Rallymaster.

12.† All entrants who complete the run in 48 consecutive hours or less will receive the New England 2000 Run pin and certificate of completion.

13.† The Rallymaster can modify these rules to meet special situations.

14.† Entry Fee: $35.00. If you are not able to finish the run, your entry fee will be refunded, except for $10.00, which will cover costs. Make checks payable to Ed Farrell.


Do I have to start in Augusta?

If you live in Maine the answer is yes. If you live out of state I will allow a start somewhere else on the route if you really canít make it to Augusta and the following rules are followed. For this run, I recommend that you start in Augusta.

1.† You call the Rallymaster and get approval before you start.

2.† A receipt at the start point with the city, state, date and time. No exceptions. The time on the receipt will be your official start time.

3.† A receipt at the finish from the same place as the start. The time on the receipt will be your official end time.

4.†† A receipt from every gas stop, toll, meal, etc. If you spent money, get a receipt.

5.† A Witness Form for the start and end of the run.

6.† Do numbers 2, 3, 4 and 5 again for your second run.

7.† A log of your stops with the following headings. Number your receipts in the order that they were obtained. Also, keep your receipts for each run together.


Date __________


Receipt No†††††††† †††††††††††† Time††††† †††††††††††† Mileage† †††††††††††† †††††††††††† Place†††† †††††††††††† Why


8.† Entry Fee will be $45.00. Mail your Entry Form, Log, Witness Forms, receipts and money as soon as possible after the run to Ed Farrell, New England 1000, PO Box 2230, Augusta, ME 04338. Makes checks payable to Ed Farrell.

9.† Donít want the hassle of receipts and a log, or take a chance on having your run voided, come to Augusta. If the Rallymaster checks you out and in, no receipts are needed and you will get your award when you finish.