AMA has officially announced no OH banquet for 2021 due to Covid constraints and travel issues. Personalized numbers plates will be mailed out at seasons end.
Rd 8-9 in Oklahoma is a go for November 3-4 double round weekend. If you are attending and are interested in taking a few bikes please contact Keny at 609-694-4171
MCI originally scheduled for 05/01/21 but cancelled due to NJ event and landowner restrictions is back on the schedule for 2021 bringing the total rounds to 10. This event will be in Eagleswood NJ on 11/13/21 - 11/14/21 (2 day event). Youth Saturday and Adults Sunday. Ceremonial 1st - 3rd number plates will be presented at this, the final round.
Best of 8 Rounds count towards year end points and you must start and finish 4 Rounds to be eligible for year end points remains in affect.
These protocols are now available to event organizers to assist them as they develop plans with their local officials to reopen their facilities in compliance with social distancing guidelines..
The AMA West and East Region Hare Scrambles Championship Series crown the best cross country racers in each half of the country. Each series features the best hare scrambles courses in its region. The AMA West Hare Scrambles Championship Series is promoted by the AMA's organizational partner, the National Hare and Hound Association. The AMA East Hare Scrambles Championship Series is managed internally by the AMA with individual events run by local promoters
Cross country or hare scrambles races are off-road competition events. Unlike an enduro, all riders in a single class start on the same row, and the event is an all-out race to the finish. They are conducted on several-mile-long marked courses through woods or desert and over rugged natural terrain. The racers keep doing laps on the course until the leader either completes a pre-determined number of laps or has raced for a pre-determined amount of time, usually two hours. Competitive riders not only need to be fast, but also physically fit enough to maintain a race pace for hours.