New to AMA Arenacross? We’ll bring you up to speed!
What is Arenacross?
Arenacross is a form of motorcycle racing that takes place within the confines of indoor arenas, making it a fast-paced and spectator-friendly sport. Riders compete on specially designed tracks filled with jumps, whoops, and tight corners, creating an exhilarating and action-packed spectacle. The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) sanctions AMA Arenacross events, ensuring high standards of safety and competition.
Arenacross races consist of multiple classes, with riders of various skill levels and bike sizes competing:
The AX Pro class in AMA Arenacross is the premier division of professional Arenacross racing. In this class, highly skilled and experienced racers compete in a 14-round championship series. AX Pros not only race for the adrenaline rush but also for impressive cash payouts and the coveted championship title.
Points are accumulated throughout the season, creating a hotly contested championship points chase. The AX Pro class showcases the best riders in the sport and delivers top-tier excitement in the world of Arenacross racing.
AMA Arenacross Amateur racing offers an inclusive platform for riders of all ages, bike sizes, and skill levels to showcase and improve their skills while taking a step closer to professional racing.
The highlight of the Amateur season is the AMA Arenacross National Championship (Jan. 27-28, Guthrie, OK), where amateurs can earn an AMA national number one plate at the one and only indoor national championship for amateurs.