Here is a step by step guide to getting started with AMRA. Whether you are racing the Big Bike series or you have a little one interested in racing the Mini Bike series, we'll walk you through what you need to get off to a great start with our series!
The AMRA Rulebook is an invaluable resource that explains exactly how the AMRA clubs run events. This is necessary understanding so that riders fully understand the event formats, class/division designations, finisher rules, points structures, etc.
Here's a couple quiz questions for you to test your rulebook knowledge:
NOTE: There are also some helpful suggestions in the New Rider Info Sheet.
Please refer to the membership page for AMRA divisions and classes for both big bikes and minis.
The AMRA Big Bike and Mini Bike series are American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) sanctioned off-road series and as such also requires all AMRA big bike and mini bike series participants to be members of the AMA. To purchase an AMA membership go to the AMA website.
All AMRA Big Bike and Mini Bike series participants must purchase an AMRA membership to compete in AMRA events and earn series points.
NOTE: You will also need to purchase a Transponder for use in the Hare Scramble events (Big Bikes and Mini Bikes).
NOTE: It usually takes 48 hours after completing the membership request to get your bike number (Big Bikes and Mini Bikes).
All riders under the age of 18 MUST follow the appropriate process to submit the designated minor waiver form in order to be eligible to race and AMRA event. There are no exceptions to this!
For Big Bike and Mini Bike series minor participants please see the appropriate section of the rules and forms page.
To save time and money pre-enter for the next AMRA event online!