Class Name
Ages
Bike Requirements
Awards

Year End

Awards

District

Points

50 Jr. Limited
Ages 4-6

0cc-51cc 2-stroke/0cc-51cc 4-stroke

Single speed automatic

Maximum wheelbase 36"

maximum wheel size 10"

Maximum seat height 24"

No larger than 14mm round intake

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
50 Sr. Limited
Age 7-8

0cc-51cc 2-stroke/0cc-51cc 4-stroke

Single speed automatic

Maximum wheelbase 41"

Maximum wheel size 12"

Retrofitted 12" wheels are permitted

on all class 2 cycles.  OEM parts must

be used.  No larger than 19mm round intake

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
50 SS Limited
Age 4-8

0cc-51cc 2-stroke Single speed automatic

2-stroke oil injected (must be functional to run)

Maximum wheelbase 36"

Maximum wheel size 10"

Maximum seat height 22"

No larger than 12mm round intake

 Shifters must be removed

NOTE: All models listed in 50 Trail (4-8) Limited

are legal to run in this class.

NOTE: All models with an oil injection system

must have functional injection systems to be

considered legal to compete

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
50 Trail Limited
Age 4-8

0cc-51cc 2-stroke/0cc-51cc 4-stroke

This class is limited to the following:

Yamaha PW & TTR 50cc

Honda CRF & XR 50cc (shifters must be removed)

Suzuki Jr & Kawasaki KLX 50

NOTE: All models with an Oil Injection System

must have functional injection system to be

considered legal to compete

Plaque or

Trophy  Only

YES
YES
65 7-9
Age 7-9

59-65cc 2-stroke

Must choose one 65cc class per day

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
65 7-11
Age 7-11

59-65cc 2-stroke

Must choose one 65cc class per day

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
85 Jr.
Age 9-11

79-85cc 2-stroke

Max front wheel 17" Min rear wheel 12"

Max rear wheel 16" Max wheelbase 51"

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
85 9-13
Age 9-13

79-85cc 2-stroke

Max front wheel 17" Min rear wheel 12"

Max rear wheel 16" max wheelbase 51"

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
85 Beginner
Age 10-15

79-85cc 2-stroke

Max front wheel 19" Min rear wheel 12"

Max rear wheel 16" Max wheelbase 52"

No Second Class Allowed

Intended for Beginner Riders

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
Mini Sr.
Age 12-15

79-85cc 2-stroke/75-150cc 4-stroke

Max front wheel 17" Min rear wheel 12"

Max rear wheel 16" max wheelbase 51"

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Supermini
Age 12-16

79-112cc 2-stroke/75-150cc 4-stroke

Max front wheel 19"

Min rear wheel 14" Max wheelbase 52"

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Schoolboy 1

Age 12-16

"A" riders

not eligible

86-125cc 2-stroke/75-150cc 4-stroke

Min front wheel 19" Min rear wheel 16"

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Schoolboy 2

Age 12-16

"A" riders

not eligible

122-250cc 2-stroke/126-250cc 4-stroke

Min wheelbase 53"

No minicycles or Supermini

Min rider age 14  for 201-250cc

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Girls
Age 9-15

79cc-112cc 2-stroke/75-150cc 4-stroke

Max front wheel 19"

Min rear wheel 14" Max wheelbase 52"

Must be 12+ to ride a 150cc

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Women

Age 12 &

up


99cc-250cc

Min rider age 14  for 201-250cc

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
125 B/C
12 years & up
122-125cc

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
250 A
12 years & up
122-250cc, Min rider age 14  for 201-250cc
Cash
YES
YES
250 B
12 years & up
122-250cc, Min rider age 14  for 201-250cc

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
250 C
12 years & up
122-250cc, Min rider age 14  for 201-250cc

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
Open A
12 years & up

122cc-Open; Min rider age 14 for 201-350cc
Min rider age 16 for over 351cc

Cash
YES
YES
Open B
12 years & up

122cc-Open; Min rider age 14 for 201-350cc
Min rider age 16 for over 351cc

Dealer Check

Plaque or

Trophy

YES
YES
Open C
12 years & up

122cc-Open; Min rider age 14 for 201-350cc

Min rider age 16 for over 351cc

Plaque or

Trophy Only

YES
YES
14 Plus
Age 14 & up
122cc-Open

Cash for A Riders (Dealer check value)
Dealer Check for B Riders
Plaque or Trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
30 Plus
Age 30 & up

122cc-Open

Cash for A Riders

Dealer Check for B Riders

Plaque or trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
35 Plus
Age 35 & Up

122cc-Open

Cash of A Riders

Dealer Check for B Riders

Plaque or Trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
40 Plus
Age 40 & Up

122cc-Open

Cash for A Riders

Dealer Check for B Riders

Plaque or Trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
45 Plus
Age 45 & Up

122cc-Open

Cash for A Riders

Dealer Check for B Riders

Plaque or Trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
50 Plus
Age 50 & Up
122cc-Open

Cash for A Riders

Dealer Check for B Riders

Plaque or Trophy for C Riders

YES
YES
60 PlusAge 60 & up122cc-Open         Cash for A Riders
    Dealer Check for B Riders
   Plaque or Trophy for C Riders
YESYES
Vet Sport
Age 25 & Up

122cc-Open

Intended for Beginner Riders

Plaque or Trophy Only
YES
YES
Non-Current
Age 12 & Up

Model year 7 years or older- Must be Carbureted

122cc-Open; Min rider age 14 for 201-350cc Min rider age 16 for over 351cc

Plaque or Trophy Only
YES
YES








2016 MX Division Rules
 
MX Chairman                                      Points Keeper
Kreg Bigelow                                       Jenny Johnson  
810-965-8764                                      989-871-3356
kregbigelow@yahoo.com                   bajajenny@gmail.com

 Off Road Rider Rep                          MX Rider Rep                 
Tim Beougher                                    Steve Murray          
989-751-8073                                    810-625-0909                                      

tbeougher212@aol.com                  stevemurray@gmail.com                         
                                                                                                                                                                                           
These rules are a supplement to the regular AMA Amateur, Semi-Pro & Youth Competition rulebook.

General Rules
1. Michigan residents must be both an AMA and District 14 member in good standing to compete in any AMA/District 14 event.
2. Any District 14 MX member with an outstanding NSF check to the AMA, D14 or a D14 club/promoter will have any and all points and or year           end awards held until payment is made in full including all fees and charges.
3. No jumping or passing on a Red Cross Flag.  When a yellow flag is displayed, competitors must ride cautiously until they have passed the               incident that caused the flag.  When a yellow flag is displayed there is no passing or jumping between the flag and the incident that caused the       yellow flag.  Failure to do so may result in the rider being docked one position up to disqualification from the event subject to the referee’s               discretion.
4. If an AMA District MX promoter or AMA District 14 official witnesses a rider, pit crew or family member using foul language, that rider is subject         to instant disqualification for unsportsmanlike conduct.
5. If a rider, pit crew or family member threatens or strikes a referee, event staff member, AMA District 14 official or another rider, that rider faces           instant disqualification from the day’s event for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Rider Classification


“A” Class

  •  Highest AMA District 14 rider classification
  •  Riders are eligible for Pro-Am competition
  •  Riders are eligible for Cash Awards
  •  Recognized as an D14 Motocross Championship Series.  Results will be determined by the District Points Scale using the best 18  finishes
  •  Top 99 recognized with two digit numbers
  •  White number plates with black numbers recommended

“B” Class

  •  The classification preceding “A”
  •  Eligible for “B” class competition only
  •  Eligible for trophy and dealer check awards only
  •  Recognized as an D14 Motocross Championship Series.  Results will be determined by the District Points Scale using the best 18 finishes
  •  No two digit numbers recommended; last three digits of AMA number recommended

“C” Class

  •  The classification preceding “B”
  •  Eligible for trophy awards only
  •  Recognized as an D14 Motocross Championship Series.  Results will be determined by the District Points Scale using the best 18 finishes
  •  No two digit numbers recommended; last three digits of AMA number recommended
  •  Black number plates with white numbers recommended
  •  The 85 Beginner class covers ages 10 to 15 years old.  85 Beginner riders are not eligible to ride any other D14 recognized class
  •  Schoolboy and amateur 14 plus class participants may be eligible to ride in the 125B/C, 250C or Open C classes
  •  No rider is to be classified as a C rider if that rider has participated in the AMA Amateur Nationals in any previous year in any class with the  exception of any girls or women classes unless otherwise specified.


ADVANCEMENT

“B” Class Advancement:

  • Rider must have a minimum of six points paying finishes in any “B” class in order to be considered for advancement.  The performance value of 15 will be the cutoff point in each class Each “B” class will be calculated separately.
  • Rider’s performance value will be calculated in each class as follows: total number of points earned divided by number of points-earning finishes.  DNF’s and non-points paying finishes will not count in the calculation of a rider’s performance value.  That is, if a rider races 25 times and does not earn points in five of those races; his performance value will be his total number points earned divided by 20.
  • Advancement is effective January 1st of the following season and will be notified by the AMA.
  • Riders must be 16 years old as of October 31st of the current year to be forced to advance to “A”.
  • Advancement can be appealed to the AMA
  • Any rider who has been advanced and still rides the “B” class will be ineligible for points and awards for the meet. Any rider found to be riding in a class lower than their earned ranking can be suspended for up to one year from AMA and D14 events.


“C” Class Advancement:

  • Rider must have a minimum of six points paying finishes in any “C” class in order to be considered for advancement.  Each “C” class will be calculated separately.
  • The following criteria are to be used when determining a rider’s eligibility for the C class:

               - No rider is to be classified as a C rider if that rider had a RPV of 15 or higher the previous year in the C class or a 12-16 youth                                division.          

               - No rider is to be classified as a C if that rider has ever been classified as an A rider.

               - No rider is to be classified as a C rider if that rider has participated in AMA Amateur Motocross Nationals in any previous year in any                      class.
               - No rider is to be classified as a C rider if that rider is receiving or has ever received any type of OEM factory support in any class.
               - If a rider doesn’t meet any of the above criteria, they may not participate in the C class if they have raced C class the previous two

                 calendar years and have an RPV of 13.0 or higher.

  • Rider’s performance value will be calculated in each class as follows: total number of points earned divided by number of points-earning finishes.  DNF’s and non-points paying finishes will not count in the calculation of a rider’s performance value.  That is, if a rider races 25 times and does not earn points in five of those races; his performance value will be his total number points earned divided by 20.
  • Advancement is effective January 1st of the following season and will be notified by the AMA.
  • Advancement can be appealed to the AMA
  • Any rider who has been advanced and still rides the “C” class will be ineligible for points and awards for the meet. Any rider found to be riding in a class lower than their earned ranking can be suspended for up to one year from AMA and D14 events


85 Beginner Class Advancement:


  •  85 Beginner class advancement process will be handled by the District 14 Motocross Advancement Committee. 
  • Rider must have a minimum of six points paying finishes in the 85 Beginner class in order to be considered for advancement. 
  • The following criteria are to be used when determining a rider’s eligibility for the 85 Beginner class:

               - No rider is to be eligible for the 85 Beginner class if that rider had a RPV of 11 or higher the previous year in the 85 Beginner class.

               - No rider is to be classified as an 85 Beginner rider if that rider has participated in AMA Amateur Motocross Nationals in any previous                       year in any class.
               - No rider is to be classified as an 85 Beginner rider if that rider is receiving or has ever received any type of OEM factory support in                           any class.
               - If none of the above criteria has been met to be advanced you may still be advanced at the sole discretion of the District 14                                    Advancement Committee and will take place effective January 1st.

  • Rider’s performance value will be calculated in the 85 Beginner class as follows: total number of points earned (using the most current Rider Advancement Point scale in the AMA rulebook) divided by number of points-earning finishes.  DNF’s and non-points paying finishes will not count in the calculation of a rider’s performance value.  That is, if a rider races 25 times and does not earn points in five of those races; his performance value will be his total number points earned divided by 20.
  • Advancement is effective January 1st of the following season and will be notified by the District 14 Motocross Division.
  • Advancement can be appealed to the District 14 Motocross
  • Any rider who has been advanced and still rides the 85 Beginner class will be ineligible for points and awards for the meet. Any rider found to be riding in a class lower than their earned ranking can be suspended for up to one year from AMA and D14 events.

RACER CLASSES


 Vet Sport Class Advancement:

Vet Sport class advancement process will be handled by the District 14 Motocross Advancement Committee. 
Rider must have a minimum of six points paying finishes in the Vet Sport class in order to be considered for advancement. 
The following criteria are to be used when determining a rider’s eligibility for the Vet Sport class:

              - No rider is to be eligible for the Vet Sport class if that rider had a RPV of 11 or higher the previous year in any class.
              - No rider is to be classified as a Vet Sport rider if that rider has participated in AMA Amateur Motocross Nationals in any previous year                      in any class.
              - No rider is to be classified as a Vet Sport rider if that rider is receiving or has ever received any type of OEM factory support in any                          class.
              - If none of the above criteria has been met to be advanced you may still be advanced at the sole discretion of the District 14                                      Advancement Committee and will take place effective January 1st.

Rider’s performance value will be calculated in the Vet Sport class as follows: total number of points earned (using the most current Rider Advancement Point scale in the AMA rulebook) divided by number of points-earning finishes.  DNF’s and non-points paying finishes will not count in the calculation of a rider’s performance value.  That is, if a rider races 25 times and does not earn points in five of those races; his performance value will be his total number points earned divided by 20.
Advancement is effective January 1st of the following season and will be notified by the District 14 Motocross Advancement Committee.
Advancement can be appealed to the District 14 Motocross Advancement Committee
Any rider who has been advanced and still rides the Vet Sport class will be ineligible for points and awards for the meet. Any rider found to be riding in a class lower than their earned ranking can be suspended for up to one year from AMA and D14 events.

 YOUTH RULES:

As per AMA youth rules, a rider’s age on January 1st determines class eligibility for the entire year.  For example, a rider who turns 12 on January 2nd may ride the 85 Jr. (9-11) class for the entire year.  However, once a youth rider moves up to the next age division, he may not move back down to the lower age class. 

50cc Specific Rules

 Any 50cc classes can be run together and scored separately at promoter’s discretion.  If entered in the 50cc Trail class, the only other  D14 50cc class a rider may enter on the same day is the 50cc SS class.

 50 Jr (4-6) Limited
 0cc - 51cc 2-stroke
 0cc - 51cc 4-stroke
Single-speed automatic. Maximum wheelbase 36 inches. Maximum wheel size 10 inches. Maximum seat height 24 inches. No larger than 14mm round intake.

50 Sr (7-8) Limited
0cc - 51cc 2-stroke
0cc - 51cc 4-stroke
Single-speed automatic. Maximum wheelbase 41 inches. Maximum wheel size 12 inches. Retrofitted 12-inch wheels are permitted - OEM parts must be used. No larger than 19mm round intake.

50 SS (4-8) Limited
0cc - 51cc 2-stroke
0cc - 51cc 4-stroke
No larger than a 12mm intake.  Maximum wheelbase 36 inches. Maximum wheel size 10 inches. Maximum seat height 22 inches.
NOTE: All Models listed in 50 Trail (4-8) Limited are legal to run in this class.  All models containing an Oil Injection system must have a functional Injection System to be considered legal to compete.

50 Trail (4-8) Limited
0cc - 51cc 2-stroke
0cc - 51cc 4-stroke
This class is limited to the following:
Yamaha PW & TTR 50cc
Honda CRF & XR 50cc (shifters must be removed)
Suzuki Jr
Kawasaki KLX 50
***Note: All models with an Oil Injection System must have a Functional Injection system to be considered legal to compete. 

All other definitions & rules for limited classes contained in Chapter 1, Section 1.2 of the AMA Rulebook will apply to the above mentioned classes.  Violations of the limited class rules as determined by the protest process or by the referee will result in disqualification from the event and a second violation will result in suspension from AMA competition for one year.

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Bike number will be placed on the front and both sides of the bike and must be legible.  District 14 earned numbers may only be used in the class in which they were earned.  Numbers earned in AMA National Competition may also be used in the class in which they were earned.
  2. Total points awarded toward the D14 Motocross Championship Series will be tallied from the rider’s best 18 D14 points paying finishes from April - October.
  3. Any youth rider wanting to advance to the next higher age class must appeal in writing to the Motocross Chairman and be approved by the Motocross Advancement Committee.  You will be notified in writing of their decision before advancement will be allowed.  Once advancement is made you are not eligible to return to younger class.
  4. Advancement appeals may be submitted only once per season to the District 14 Motocross Advancement Committee for the 85 Beginner and Vet Sport class
  5. D14 Motocross Championship Series Requirements (April – October):  Riders must participate in a minimum of 8 races to be eligible for yearend awards.  Yearend awards will be awarded up to 10th place provided the minimum races are met in a specific class.  Each Motocross Series Event will give points based on the scale listed below. Maximum points will be given in each D14 Motocross Championship Series  class during a Michigan State Championship Series Event Only.
  6. Michigan State Championship Series Requirements: Riders must participate in a minimum of 5 races to be eligible for yearend awards withbest of 9 races counted.  Yearend awards will be awarded up to 3rd place provided the minimum races are met in a specific class. Michigan State Championship Series events will pay maximum points regardless of rider turnout.  (Sunday Races Only)
  7. Series Tie Breaker Rule:  A Racer with the highest number of accumulated points will be awarded the winner of the series provided they have met the requirements.  In the event there are two racers with the same total of accumulated points the racer with the highest number of 1st Place finishes will be determined the winner of the series.  At that point if there are two winners with the same number of accumulated points and 1st Place finishes the racer with the highest number of 2nd Place finishes will be determined the winner of the series.



2017 Points Scale







1-15 ENTRIES16+ ENTRIES
1st2230
2nd1925
3rd1621
4th1418
5th1216
6th1015
7th 914
8th 813
9th 712
10th 611
11th 510
12th 49
13th 38
14th 27
15th 16
16th
5
17th
4
18th
3
19th
2
20th
1