2023 Pro Motocross Schedule Unveiled - Pro Motocross Championship (2023)

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SuperMotocross World Championship Details Unveiled at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

11 Round Schedule for 2023 AMA Pro Motocross Championship
to Serve as Centerpiece of 31 Race Calendar

MX Sports Pro Racing and Feld Motor Sports, Inc., have announced further details pertaining to the formation of TheSuperMotocross World ChampionshipTM for 2023 and beyond. Introduced during an exclusive press event at the landmark Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was the SuperMotocross World Championship qualification method, points structure, race format, distribution of the sport’s largest purse–$10 million–and the series’ media rights partner for the next five years. The 2023 AMA Pro Motocross Championship schedule was also unveiled, where an 11 round summer campaign of the prestigious series will serve as the centerpiece of the SuperMotocross World Championship 31-race calendar alongside the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship.

The overseeing entity of the SuperMotocross World Championship, the SuperMotocross League, will unify the unique elements of the two seasons—athletes, race teams, sponsors, organizers, and most importantly the fans—and combine the best of both forms of racing: the profound technical skill and precision needed to excel in Supercross, and the sheer speed and endurance required for success in Pro Motocross. This new form of racing is defined by what will become the world’s most challenging track—designed to test athletes both physically and mentally. Race teams and manufacturers will be faced with the new challenge of finding the right balance in their bike and suspension set ups, one that is best suited for combined stadium and outdoor track elements. As a result, fans’ perceptions will be challenged when they watch the world’s best racers compete on a track requiring a new, combined skillset to win.

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“This has been two-and-a-half years in the making,” said Kenneth Feld, Chair and CEO, Feld Entertainment, Inc. “Feld Motor Sports and MX Sports Pro Racing initially came together to preserve a 2020 racing season during the pandemic and soon realized we’re stronger together. We asked ourselves, ‘How can we better the sport?’ And from that emerged the concept for the SuperMotocross World Championship. We’re dedicated to retaining the history of each respective championship and will continue to crown individual champions for both disciplines, but we’ll now come together to crown an ultimate champion.”

The 2023 SuperMotocross World Championship series will begin with 17 rounds of Supercross in January, followed by 11 rounds of Pro Motocross starting in May, and will conclude with two SuperMotocross playoff rounds, and the SuperMotocross World Championship Final. The first of two playoff rounds will take place on Saturday, September 9, followed by the second playoff on Saturday, September 23–both cities and venues to be announced shortly. The SuperMotocross World Championship Final will take place on Saturday, October 14, in Southern California at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum–long credited as the birthplace of Supercross.

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“When we came together to find a way through the pandemic two-and-a-half years ago, we were privileged to take advantage of resources to determine ways in which we could improve the sport. The number one piece we were missing was a playoff,” said Carrie Coombs-Russell, CEO, MX Sports Pro Racing. “We went to our strategic partners with the concept of a playoff and then the excitement began. We’ve worked diligently to come up with a program that can be successful, both on the track and off, and now we’re here, with the SuperMotocross World Championship. Additionally, MX Sports Pro Racing is looking forward to embarking on the second half-century of Pro Motocross, which is where this sport’s historic journey began all the way back in 1972. The energy and atmosphere around next summer will be electric.”

The 52nd season of Pro Motocross will once again see the world’s most prestigious off-road motorcycle racing series visit the most storied venues in all of motocross. The season will kick off with the Fox Raceway National in Southern California on May 27 and will traverse the country with visits to 10 different states over the course of the summer with the Hangtown Motocross Classic (Northern California), Thunder Valley National (Colorado), High Point National (Pennsylvania), RedBud National (Michigan), Southwick National (Massachusetts), Spring Creek National (Minnesota), Washougal National (Washington), Unadilla National (New York), and Budds Creek National (Maryland), before concluding on August 26 in Indiana with the Ironman National.

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The points structure for Monster Energy AMA Supercross and AMA Pro Motocross will remain the same throughout their respective seasons. Following the end of the Pro Motocross season, the top 20 athletes in combined Supercross and Pro Motocross points will automatically qualify to compete at each round of the SuperMotocross World Championship.

Leading into the playoffs, the points will be reset in both classes. The top 20 athletes will be seeded into the playoffs using one event’s worth of Supercross points - 26 for the regular season points leader, 23 for second, 21 for third, 19 for fourth, then single point denominations to the 20th seed, making performance during the regular season crucial for playoff position.

SuperMotocross World Championship Playoff 1 will retain the original point structure for the top 22 positions (26-1), while SuperMotocross World Championship Playoff 2 will pay out double points (56-2). The SuperMotocross World Championship Final will pay triple the points (78-3), setting the stage for a wide-open, three-race showdown guaranteed to provide championship drama all the way to the end.

The top 20 racers in combined Supercross and Pro Motocross points will be automatically seeded into the three SuperMotocross World Championship events. Gate position for the top 20 will be determined by qualifying at each event, while riders seeded 21st through 30th will compete for the final two gate positions at each round in a Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) race.

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Racers placed in 21st to 30th in combined Supercross and Pro Motocross points will still be playoff eligible and will race for the right to compete at each round of the SuperMotocross World Championship, vying for the 21st and 22nd starting positions. Additionally, any racer outside the top 30 in combined points who won a Supercross Main Event or a Pro Motocross Overall will also be given a chance to qualify for the 21st and 22nd positions at each round of the SuperMotocross World Championship. Racers entering the playoffs outside the top 20 will begin the playoffs with zero points.

The SuperMotocross World Championship playoff races and final will operate under a two-moto format for both the 450cc class and 250cc class. Each moto will be 20 minutes, plus one lap, in which Olympic Scoring will determine an overall finishing position for which SuperMotocross Championship points will be awarded. The SuperMotocross World Championship Final will also feature a SuperMotocross Amateur All-Star Race, with a single 10-minute plus one lap moto showcase featuring the world’s most high-profile amateur talent.

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As announced this summer, the SuperMotocross World Championship series will boast the sport’s largest purse payout of $10 million over the course of the full season. A sum of $1.1 million will be added to the existing prize money already available in each respective championship. The SuperMotocross World Championship playoffs and final will have $5.5 million up for grabs, with a guaranteed $1 million going to the 450cc champion and $500,000 for the 250cc champion. Purse payout will continue to be provided to the top 40 racers in both Supercross and Pro Motocross and will be provided to the top 30 racers in the SuperMotocross World Championship.

“The SuperMotocross World Championship puts riders in a position to have to perform in both disciplines. I cannot wait to see how they’re able to take advantage of their strengths over the course of the season and how it will come together for the playoff,” said Ricky Carmichael, a five-time Supercross Champion and 10-time Pro Motocross Champion. “Above all, I’m really excited for the unity of Supercross and Pro Motocross and seeing what Feld Motor Sports and MX Sports Pro Racing are doing to help foster the growth of the sport. One vision, one goal. I can’t think of a sport where the playoff format doesn’t work and doesn’t provide excitement. Everyone is going to benefit from this, from the manufacturers to the riders and, most importantly, the fans.”

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A new, groundbreaking five-year partnership with NBC Sports will see the sport showcased on an unprecedented level for the next several seasons in tandem with one of motorsports’ most established and highly regarded media groups. NBC Sports boasts a decade of experience in bringing the world’s premier off-road motorcycle racing championships to race fans across the country and will usher in a new era for Supercross and Pro Motocross through this unified league. All 31 rounds of the SuperMotocross World Championship will be streamed live domestically on Peacock, while broadcast coverage will be shared between NBC Television Network, USA Network, and CNBC. The full calendar of 31 events in a single season will establish a record for the sport with an exclusive broadcast partner, signifying another historic achievement for the SuperMotocross World Championship. Internationally, streaming will be available through the new SuperMotocross Video Pass and will be available to fans in more than 140 countries around the world. ​​Visit Peacock (Domestic) and SuperMotocross.tv (International) for additional details.

“With our wide array of live and original motorsports offerings, Peacock is a natural home for Supercross and Pro Motocross races,” said Rick Cordella, Chief Commercial Officer, Peacock. “We’re looking forward to providing fans with an easily-accessible destination to find every race all season long, including the exciting finish with the newly-formed SuperMotocross World Championship.”

On-sale information for tickets to the 2023 AMA Pro Motocross Championship will be announced at a later date by MX Sports Pro Racing. Tickets for the 2023 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship will go on presale on Tuesday, October 11, followed by a public on-sale on Tuesday, October 18. Details for tickets to the two playoff rounds and final of the 2023 SuperMotocross World Championship will be announced in the near future.

2023 Race Schedule

  • Fox Raceway National

    May 27
    Pala, CA

  • Hangtown Motocross Classic

    June 3
    Rancho Cordova, CA

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  • Thunder Valley National

    June 10
    Lakewood, CO

  • High Point National

    June 17
    Mt. Morris, PA

  • RedBud National

    July 1
    Buchanan, MI

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  • Southwick National

    July 8
    Southwick, MA

  • Spring Creek National

    July 15
    Millville, MN

  • Washougal National

    July 22
    Washougal, WA

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  • Unadilla National

    August 12
    New Berlin, NY

  • Budds Creek National

    August 19
    Mechanicsville, MD

  • Ironman National

    August 26
    Crawfordsville, IN


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What is the motocross schedule for 2023? ›

2023 AMA Motocross Schedule
1Fox Raceway Fox Raceway at Pala27 May
2Hangtown Motocross Classic Hangtown Motocross Classic3 Jun
3Thunder Valley Thunder Valley Motocross Park10 Jun
4High Point High Point Raceway17 Jun
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Apr 2, 2023

Who has number 1 in motocross? ›

2023 AMA Pro Numbers
1 - 450MXEli Tomac
1 - 250MXJett Lawrence
2Cooper Webb
3Eli Tomac
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What is the biggest motocross competition? ›

FIM Motocross World Championship is the premier championship of motocross racing, organized by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), divided into two distinct classes: MXGP and MX2.

Who has the most moto wins in motocross? ›

Ricky Carmichael

What's the fastest dirt bike 2023? ›

  • UKKO AT.
  • MC10 E-Motorcycle.
  • Mino Electric Motorcycle.
  • Mino B Electric Motorcycle.
  • Ukko S Smart Electric Motorcycle.
Apr 9, 2023

How many hours is a lot for a motocross bike? ›

If you're a dirt bike enthusiast who casually drives the motorcycle from time to time, 100 hours is considered high hours. But, of course, this still depends on many factors like maintenance and use. On the other hand, for professional motocross racers, the high hours could vary from 15 hours to 25 hours.

What is the most popular dirt bike of all time? ›

The Honda CR500 is without doubt the most iconic dirt bike of all time.

How much does Eli Tomac get paid? ›

Not All Riders Are Paid The Same

These two riders are Eli Tomac and Ken Roczen, who are rumored to be getting between $200,000-$250,000 per race they attend, before their purse money they score.

Where is motocross most popular in America? ›

California is the number one place motocross riders from all over the world dream of riding. With its consistent sunshine, huge selection of tracks and the chance to go practicing with your favourite pro riders, So-Cal is undisputedly the global mecca of motocross.

What is the hardest sport in the world motocross? ›

When it came to those riding in motocross, for a group of nine riders competing in a two races that lasted for 30 minutes were reaching on average, 95 percent of their maximum heart rate. With this much strain and pressure being put on your heart, this is clearly one of the most physically demanding sports out there.

What is the hardest motocross track? ›

Circuits such as Lierop, Valkenswaard, Norg, Mill, Oss, Halle, Lichtenvoorde, Markelo, St Antonis and Rhenen are known as some of the toughest motocross tracks to ever be involved in the FIM Motocross World Championships.

What is the hardest motocross race? ›

1-Erzberg Rodeo

Erzberg has set the standard for extreme events everywhere, making it our undisputed number-one pick. You've likely seen many photos and videos of the infamous Erzberg Hare Scramble, but what you might not know is that the Erzberg Rodeo is a lot more than an extreme race.

What motorcycle manufacturer has the most wins? ›

Honda holds the record for the most Grand Prix victories on the premier class, having won 313 times. Yamaha is second with 245 wins, and MV Agusta is third with 139 wins.

What is the winningest dirt bike brand? ›

So which dirt bike brand has the most championships? Honda is the winningest brand in the Supercross championship, with 219 wins out of the 700+ Supercross races since the mid-1970s.

Can dirtbikes go 100 mph? ›

The highest speed for 125cc dirt bikes ever recorded is 100 MPH. Nevertheless, do not expect such a huge number of regular riders; very few have mastered dirt riding skills! As a result, the top speed on most 125cc models fluctuates from 55 to 60 MPH (about 57,5 MPH on average).

Can a dirt bike go 100 mph? ›

Motocross bikes can go at speeds of up to 100 miles an hour and more. Although they can match the speed of an on-road vehicle, motocross bikes are rarely driven at their top speed due to the rough and dangerous terrain they are built to ride on at more average speeds.

What is the fastest stock dirt bike ever made? ›

The fastest 250cc dirt bikes are the Kawasaki XK 250 and the Yamaha WR250F, both have a top acceleration of 85 mph and similar features. The most powerful 450cc bike is the KTM 450 SX-F with a speed of 123 mph.

What is high mileage for a dirt bike? ›

Dirt bikes don't usually last more than 20,000 miles, while sports bikes are considered high mileage at 20,000-30,000 miles. Cruisers and touring bikes have a lot more life because they operate at a lower rev level. These models should be thought of as having high mileage at about 50,000 miles.

What age is too late to start motocross? ›

If you are in good health and shape, then you can learn motocross at any age. There are Motocross racing classes for older ages including 30+, 40+, 50+, and 60+ year old riders. Many racers started Motocross during their 40s & 50s and are doing great.

How many MPG does a dirt bike get? ›

Motorcycle and Fuel Economy. The average motorcycle gets just over 55 miles per gallon, although this number can vary by age and design. Semi-automatic bikes get up to 87 miles per gallon and some manual touring bikes get only 35 miles per gallon.

What is the rarest dirt bike ever? ›

The rarest dirt bike in the world is the 1968 Suzuki TM250. Only 65 of these bikes were sent to the US in the first batch, making this a very rare find if you love a classic dirt bike. It can be very difficult to get a hold of this bike due to the extremely low production numbers for the first sales.

What is the most reliable dirtbike ever made? ›

The Honda 500 is probably the most reliable dirt bike ever made.

What is most expensive dirt bike? ›

Yamaha YZ450F Monster Energy Yamaha Racing Edition: $10,099.

How much did Yamaha pay Eli Tomac? ›

Motocross win purse per race: $15,000. Win bonus from Yamaha per race: $100,000.
Eli Tomac's Net Worth and Career.
Income SourceIncome
Race Win Bonus (from Sponsors for SX and MX)$1,200,000
World Supercross Win$250,000
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How much money does Haiden Deegan make? ›

Following his father's path, Haiden has worked hard to become the best racer in motocross. Based on his current work, Haiden's estimated net worth is $1.5 million.

Who is the oldest active Supercross rider? ›

Justin Brayton is the oldest active rider still competing in Supercross. Brayton now cherishes the role of elder stateman and currently holds the record for the oldest rider to win a premier class race (Daytona '18).

What is the dirt biking capital of the world? ›

"The love of the bike is a worldwide phenomenon and Baltimore is the dirt-bike capital of the world," he proclaims.

What is #1 plate in motocross? ›

1st Place- If a rider wins the championship in their respective class, they have earned the rights to the coveted #1 plate for that class in next year's season. If they change classes, they are not permitted to run the #1 plate.

What is the best physique for motocross? ›

What muscles does motocross work? Motocross riders need to be both light and strong, with a good amount of muscular strength and endurance. To stay on and control your bike properly, you need good upper-body and core strength, good shoulder and arm strength, and good hand and leg grip.

What is the most famous motocross track? ›

Unadilla MX– New York

Rated as one of the best tracks in the United States and even in the World. Hosting numerous events including 250 United States Grand Prix (USGP) and the MX Des Nations. Unadilla is one of the longest-standing motocross tracks in the United States and has been running for 52 years.

How hard is it to go pro in motocross? ›

Motocross racing is a competitive field to get into and only the best riders will excel to the professional level of racing dirt bikes as a career. Believe you have or you know someone that has what it takes to go pro in the motocross industry? It's hard, but it's not impossible.

What are the most broken bones in motocross? ›

The collarbone or clavicle is one of the most frequently broken bones in the body. A broken collarbone (broken clavicle) is an extremely common shoulder injury in motocross riders. A broken collarbone usually occurs during a fall from the bike when the rider falls onto an outstretched hand.

What is the biggest 2 stroke motocross? ›

The MX 300 ES 2T is the largest-displacement two-stroke motocross bike that comes from the Pesaro, Italy-based manufacturer. A few changes follow the more significant ones that the bike saw in 2022.

Is Supercross harder than motocross? ›

In supercross, the races are shorter but the intensity is amped up. With more technical laps comes higher heart rates. Simply put, both motocross and supercross take superior physical fitness. Both are proper sports, even with a motor beneath every rider.

Are motocross riders strong? ›

Motocross Demands

While undoubtedly the bike does a lot of the work for the rider, to manoeuvre and stay on the 200+ lb machine requires a high level of strength, power and endurance. The riders need to be light and strong, with good strength of the upper body, shoulder and arms, hand grip and legs.

What is the average speed in a motocross race? ›

Speeds vary depending on the track, but you can expect to see competitors going in excess of 60 mph at a typical Supercross race.

What's the average speed in motocross? ›

The average speed a dirt bike can achieve is between 50 and 60 miles per hour. These numbers will ultimately depend on a combination of factors including the type of engine, horsepower and the terrain being ridden.

What is the #1 selling motorcycle of all time? ›

The Super Cub is not only the best-selling motorcycle in history, it is also the best-selling vehicle in history.

What is the most sold motorcycle in history? ›

1958 Honda Super Cub

Honda's 50 cc C100 Super Cub is the biggest selling motor vehicle in history, having racked up 100 million sales in the last 63 years, and is still going.

What is the most American made motorcycle? ›

While Harley Davidson is indeed the quintessential “all-American motorcycle company”, America has produced a number of important, notable, and otherwise influential motorcycle manufacturers. Indian comes to mind, but they are not the only ones.

What dirt bike has the most sales? ›

It was the Yamaha WR450F that topped dirt bike sales overall, also featuring as leading enduro model at 260 models sold. KTM's 300 EXC was second, the KTM 450 EXC-F third, KTM 350 EXC-F fourth and Yamaha WR250F fifth.

What is considered the best dirt bike? ›

10 Best Dirt Bikes Money Can Buy
  1. 1 2023 Honda CRF450R. PowerSports.Honda.Com.
  2. 2 2023 GasGas MC 450F. GasGas.Com. ...
  3. 3 2023 GPX TSE250R (Two-Stroke) GPXMoto.Com. ...
  4. 4 2023 Husqvarna FC 450. Husqvarna. ...
  5. 5 2023 TM EN450Fi. TM Racing. ...
  6. 6 2023 KTM 450 SX-F. KTM.com. ...
  7. 7 2023 Honda CRF450X. PowerSports.Honda.Com. ...
  8. 8 2023 Kawasaki KX450. Kawasaki. ...
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What stroke are most dirt bikes? ›

4-stroke dirt bike benefits

A 450-cc four-stroke dirt bike, like a Honda CRF450 or Kawasaki KX450, is the top choice for riders competing in sanctioned races.

What is the average salary for a pro motocross rider? ›

As of May 5, 2023, the average annual pay for a Professional Motocross in the United States is $44,393 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $21.34 an hour. This is the equivalent of $853/week or $3,699/month.

Can you make a living off motocross? ›

You can make money in motocross and it can be a full-time career. To make money as a motocross racer you will need to be recognized as a professional rider. You can earn money as a salary if you ride for a professional team and can earn income from endorsements, prizes, and race wins.

What is the average salary of a professional motocross racer? ›

$22,500 is the 25th percentile. Salaries below this are outliers. $37,000 is the 75th percentile. Salaries above this are outliers.

What month do the new motocross bikes come out? ›

Complete with the latest technology, WP suspension, and class leading components, theres never been a better time to #GetOnTheGas with one of our proven motocross bikes. Check out the GASGAS MX models in GASGAS dealers from March with the mini bikes arriving shortly after in May.

Where is Motocross of Nations 2023? ›

Twenty-one events are planned for 2023, including the Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations, which is set to take place in Ernée, France, on October 22.

Where is Motocross des Nations 2023? ›

The prestigious event now set for 6-8 October 2023, in Ernee, France. Image: Supplied. The 2023 Motocross of Nations (MXoN) in Ernee, France, has been moved forward to early October following previously announced date changes to the SuperMotocross World Championship (SMX) finals series.

What is the best month to buy a dirt bike? ›

Winter tends to be a good time to buy a motorcycle, especially if you're in a place with cold winters. Of course, this has the considerable downside that you may not be able to ride your new baby more than a handful of times before spring—but hey, that's why the deals are so good.

What is the rarest motocross bike? ›

The rarest dirt bike in the world is the 1968 Suzuki TM250. Only 65 of these bikes were sent to the US in the first batch, making this a very rare find if you love a classic dirt bike. It can be very difficult to get a hold of this bike due to the extremely low production numbers for the first sales.

What is the best 250 trail bike 2023? ›

By a nearly unanimous decision, the Yamaha YZ250F takes the win and graduates at the top of its class yet again for 2023. Simply put, the Yamaha is the easiest to ride—on any track, at any time, and with any riding ability.

What is the motocross capital of the world? ›

Cairo, Georgia is now considered the “Motocross Capital of the World” by many people in the business and attracts riders from all over the globe including the U.S., Europe, Australia, South America, and Canada.

Where is the birthplace of motocross? ›

The genesis of motocross came in the UK in the early 1900s where Auto-Cycle Clubs would host time trials. These trials evolved into regular off-road events called 'scrambles'. The first ever official scramble was held in Camberley, Surrey in 1924.

Who will carry Supercross in 2023? ›

NBC Sports and Feld Motor Sports announced that Peacock and the NBC family of networks will stream all 31 races of the combined Monster Energy Supercross, Lucas Oil Pro Motocross and the newly created SuperMotocross World Championship beginning January 7, 2023 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California and ending October ...

Where is the Motocross of Nations 2024? ›

Then a year later, in 2024, the FIM International Six Days of Enduro will return to Spain for the fifth occasion, with this enduro rich country having previously hosted the event in 1970 – El Escorial, 1985 – Alp, 2000 – Granada and 2016 – Navarra.

How many races are in Motocross of Nations? ›

Each class (currently MXGP, MX2 and Open) races twice, each time against one of other two classes, for a total of three races.

How many countries are in Motocross of Nations? ›

There were 34 Teams representing 34 different countries, with each Team composed by the three best riders from the MXGP, MX2 and Open, selected from each National Motocross Organization.

What dirt bike should a 13 year old be on? ›

125cc vs 250cc dirt bike for teens

A 125cc trail bike is going to be good for most 12-13 year-olds or if you're 4'8”-5'2”. Being able to comfortably touch the ground with one foot is a good sign that it's the right size bike.

What is the best age to start motocross? ›

Kids can start racing motocross at six, but four-years-old is normally a good age to start riding. As kids grow at very different rates it's hard to say exactly what bike your child should be riding at a certain age.

What is the best age to start riding a dirt bike? ›

The age groups for competitive riding are as follows: 4 to 6-year-olds would start with a 50cc Yamaha PW (often called a PeeWee) bike or similar. By around 8 years old they can ride a 65/80cc mini motocross machine. At age 10 or 11, kids can ride anything up to a 150cc 4 stroke, or 65/80cc two strokes.


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