AMA Racing, the pro-am and amateur competition arm of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), has announced that the 2010 rulebooks governing amateur competition in AMA-sanctioned events are now available.
Competitors and promoters are invited to click the below links and download their copies today. For your copy of the 2010 AMA Racing Amateur Rulebook(s), please click on the links below.
2010 AMA Rules
A report released by the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC 2008 Annual Report of ATV Deaths and Injuries") shows a continuation of the decline in fatalities and injuries associated with all-terrain vehicle (ATV) use. According to the CPSC, total ATV-related injuries in 2008 decreased 10 percent from 2007, with injuries to children under 16 declining six percent.
CPSC also reported that the risk of injury per 10,000 four-wheel ATVs in use declined by 15 percent from 2007 to 2008.
As part of the ATV Safety Institute’s (ASI) commitment to public outreach of important all-terrain vehicle safety messages, in 2002 ASI partnered with Video Placement Worldwide (VPW), a respected educational service company specializing in placing sponsored educational materials in America’s classrooms, to distribute ASI’s "Ride Safe, Ride Smart" video.
The "Ride Safe, Ride Smart" video features two families, each with a different motivation for using ATVs: one family uses them for recreation, the other for farming chores.
KYMCO USA announced today that they will partner with NHRA, the world’s largest motorsports sanctioning body. As part of the agreement, KYMCO USA will become the Official Scooter and ATV of the NHRA.
KYMCO USA will provide NHRA with scooters and ATV vehicles for use at the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series events and at its five owned and operated drag racing facilities.
As an NHRA official sponsor, KYMCO USA will receive visibility at NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series events as well as exposure throughout NHRA’s various media platforms.
The Toronto Motorcycle Show, the Canadian motorcycle and ATV industries’ premier motorcycle, scooter and ATV event, announced today exciting new additions to the show floor including Norton, Royal Enfield, Husqvarna, Saga, Zero and more.
"The Toronto Motorcycle Show continues to be recognized as the ideal venue to introduce new products to the public," said Bob Ramsey, president of the Motorcycle & Moped Industry Council (MMIC).
A sell-out crowd of AMA Racing champions and their families, friends and fans joined the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas on Friday, Dec. 4., to celebrate the successful seasons of some of the country’s most-talented motorcycle and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) racers.
"All AMA Racers are born and bred with exceptional levels of dedication, talent and guts — but only a few become champions," said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley.
Although there are fewer participants in the 2010 International Motorcycle Show, many of your favorite motorcycle brands will be on display. Below is a list of motorcycles you can expect to see.
In 2009, American Suzuki dominated racing by earning six major national championships from Superbike to Motocross to ATV. American Suzuki is proud to announce The Suzuki Champions Tour, a unique display designed to get Suzuki consumers up close and personal with the Championship winning bikes and ATVs at this years International Motorcycle Show. This unique display is a once in-a-lifetime chance for consumers to sit on some of the winning machines for a photo opportunity like no other.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) is urging all motorcyclists and ATV riders to ask their U.S. senators and representatives to support language in an appropriations bill that would allow kids’ dirtbikes and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) to continue to be sold.
The language, written by Rep.
The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) announced today the 2010 schedule for the AMA Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles Championship. The series determines the country’s top ATV hare-scrambles racers in a range of classes with national awards and No. 1 plates.
"Last year, the AMA broke new ground with the AMA Racing ATV National Hare Scrambles Championship Series," said AMA Director of Racing Joe Bromley. "For the first time, we gave ATV riders their own national hare scrambles series.