The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has announced that it has added four new events to its AMA Extreme Off-Road State Championships. The Extreme Off-Road State Championship events will also serve as qualifiers for AMA’s Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship.
2019’s four new state championship events will provide riders more opportunity to become an AMA State Champion as well as qualify them for the AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship.
AMA Off-Road Racing Manager Erek Kudla said:
“In 2018, we debuted the Extreme Off-Road State Championship system, and it was a huge success. “The AMA spent three years developing the state championship system, and it proved to be tremendously popular with extreme off-road riders throughout the nation.”
State level event class winners at will be crowned as AMA Extreme Off-Road State Champions. In addition, the top three riders of each state event have the opportunity to advance to the pro level race of the 2019 AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship.
If a rider does not rise to the podium at a state event, the next 10 top riders in the standings will be entitled to participate in the amateur level Grand Championship race and compete for an AMA Extreme Off-Road Championship at the amateur level.
The four new events are located throughout the United States and include:
- EnduroFest at Wild West Motorsports Park in Sparks, NV;
- Stix & Stones Xtreme at Silver Mountain in Kellogg, ID;
- Bad Medicine at Fallen Timbers at Wildwood Lake Raceway in Little Hocking, OH; and
- Battle of the Goats at Brushy Mountain Motorsports Park in Taylorsville, NC
For more information about the AMA Extreme Off-Road State Championship and AMA Extreme Off-Road Grand Championship, you can visit AMA’s website.