TMXA CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES:

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THE FOLLOWING ARE THE CLASSES RECOGNIZED BY THE TMXA.  ALTHOUGH A TRACK MAY RUN ADDITIONAL CLASSES, THESE ARE THE ONES THAT POINTS WILL BE ASSIGNED TO.

TMXA Championship Classes 

YOUTH:

50cc Shaft XR 4-6. (ATTENTION: This is a 50cc class. Engine displacement (size) must remain 50cc.) Anything more will result in disqualification!!! Modifications allowed on bikes but DO NOT INCLUDE ENGINE CC's!!!!

50cc 4-6- Junior bikes only!!

50cc 4-8

65cc 7-9

65cc 7-11

85cc JR  7-11

85cc  SR 12-15--85cc 2 stroke/150cc 4 stroke (Big wheels allowed)

SUPERMINI 7-16YEARS  /79CC- 112CC- 2 STROkE / 75CC-150CC 4 STROKE

SCHOOLBOY 12-16 /86-250cc 2 STROKE /126-250CC 4 STROKE

The follwing classes will be offered as a 5 rider minumin.

50cc 7-8

65 10-11

Girls (9-13) 65-105cc 2 stroke/75-150 4 stroke & Woman 14 and up 99-250cc (due to low rider participation, we have combined these classes- NOT A POINTS CLASS)

We also offer beginner classes at each TMXA Track. They are not points classes though and will not be awarded points towards the end of the season awards banquet. These are:

65 Beginner

85 Beginner

Beginner Bike (Big Bikes) 

Remember that these are beginner classes and you can only run these 1 season. If you take the gate as a beginner, you will have to move up the following year.

 

AMATEUR:

250 C 122-250cc

250 B 122-250cc

450 C 122-Open cc

450 B 122-Open cc

16-24 OPEN AMATEUR TROPHY

25+ AMATEUR TROPHY 

30+ vet  AMATEUR TROPHY

  

QUADS:

PRODUTION CLASSES: OEM motor (crankcases) and matching frame combination required. Engine modifications, frame reinforcements and aftermarket a-arms, suspension and swingarms are permitted. Engine cc must not exceed class limits.

0-50cc QUAD 5-8  Production (Due to low rider participation, we have combined the two 50cc quad classes)

51-70cc 6-11 Production

50-90cc 2-stroke, 50-125cc 4 stroke (8-15 years old) YOUTH OPEN  

150cc-300cc 4 stroke 150cc-200cc 2stroke OPEN 12-17 yr old

71-90cc 2 Stroke/125cc 4 Stroke  Production  8-15 yr old

OPEN AMATEUR QUAD 201cc & up 

16-24 OPEN AMATEUR TROPHY Quad 201cc & up

25 + QUAD AMATEUR OPEN

We also offer beginner classes at each TMXA Track. They are not points classes though and will not be awarded points towards the end of the season awards banquet. These are:

Mini Yard Quad 0-90cc/4-7 years old (Riders may race this class for 2 years max.)

Quad Beginner (Big Quads)

Remember that these are beginner classes and you can only run these 1 season. If you take the gate as a beginner, you will have to move up the following year. 

NEW CLASSES FOR AMATEUR MOTOCROSS (motorcycles)

As part of rules changes affecting AMA-santioned competition,the AMA Board of Diretors approved a new amateur motocross class structure at its Nov.2007 board meeting. For the most part, the class structure eliminates handicapping for two-and four-strokes engines. The structure also opens up the displacements allowances, which will allow riders to potentially complete in multiple displacements-based classes as well as their age class. 

**This means you may ride a 250 cc 2 stroke in the lites class and open classes. Also you may ride a 250 F in the open class or motocross/supercross class.