Motocross News

AMCA Championship is GO!

The AMCA are pleased to announce that a 5 round British Championship will be run in 2020, this will consist of the usual classes of 85cc/125cc/MX2/MX1/Vets.
The series will start on the 23rd August and finish on the 4th October, there are currently limited spaces available in some classes, please contact the office via email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information
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The 2020 AMCA/”Classic Dirt Bike”  BRITISH CLASSIC MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP has been CANCELLED FOR 2020 due to the current situation with Covid-19.

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The Return

AMCA clubs and licence holders have today been sent a circular that details a planned return to action, initially with Practices commencing the weekend of the 4th July. This is all dependant on what government guidelines are in place at the time and are subject to change.

Licence Extension

In view of the Covid-19 pandemic the AMCA Board of Directors have taken the decision to extend the expiry date of the 2020 Licence until 1st May 2021.

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AMCA Statement - 28th MAY 2020

The AMCA have a board meeting scheduled for the 6th June, it will be during this meeting that the resumption of AMCA activities will be discussed, it is still the intention of the board to commence activity from the 4th July if allowed by Government guidelines that are in place at that time.

The Government has the following guidance on this, there are extracts from each article.

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ACU and AMCA plan return to motorcycle sport

The ACU, in partnership with the AMCA, have decided that a phased return to sporting events will commence in parallel with the Government’s Step Three.

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COVID-19 STATEMENT - 11th MAY 2020

Following on from the Prime Ministers press release last night, all AMCA authorised events will be cancelled until 31st May.

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In view of our previous statement and following a review of the current guidance, all events will be cancelled until 11th May. We will review this fortnightly as the situation evolves, allowing us the earliest opportunity to spring back into action when the time allows.

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Youth Championship Postponed until 2021

It is with regret that due to the ongoing Covid-19 outbreak the newly scheduled 2020 Youth Championship for Auto's, 65's, SW85's and BW85's will be postponed until the 2021 season

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AMCA Office working from home

In view of the guidance issued by the Government, the AMCA Office will be home working for the foreseeable future. This will be reviewed periodically, we will act in accordance with the Government guidelines, we will of course keep everyone up to date across all our platforms. You can still contact all of the Office Staff across the various platforms, Email, Social Media are preferable.

Please stay safe and act responsibly in this tough time

AMCA Board of Directors
Suzanne Potts
Steve Harvey
Emma Bolas
Suzanne Bolas
Tom Weston
Donna Belcher


Following a consultation of AMCA Directors, all AMCA events are cancelled until the 14th April with immediate effect, this is in line with other sports bodies. This is as a result of the Covid-19 virus guidance update issued by the Government yesterday.

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Updates from the AMCA’s AGM – 7th March 2020

At a well attended AGM at the AMCA’s Cannock HQ, it was announced that Suzanne Potts, General Manager has applied for voluntary redundancy and this has been accepted by the Board of Directors. Suzanne was thanked for her contribution to the AMCA over a twelve year period and will step down at the beginning of April. Taking on the role is long time servant of the AMCA, Steve Harvey. Steve has previously managed the events and I.T. departments of the association.
The moves come on the back of a need to cut costs in the light of recent insurance premium increases.
The annual election of the AMCA Chairman took place at the Director’s meeting following the AGM. Mike Penn was appointed Chairman and Dave Morris Vice Chairman.

3 Counties - Long Distance Trial - Enter online

The 3 Counties Long Distance Tial event (28th June) is open to enter online

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There will be qualifiers on the day at the first round of the Championship (125 & Vets) only, the 40 that need the qualifying classes will be determined as below the riders that don’t make it will have their registration refunded.
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Motocross Fixtures

Riders can download the current version (as on 11th Mar 2020) of the Motocross Fixtures.

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2020 NWNS Area Championship

The North Wales/Shropshire group are running an Area Championship in 2020

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The South Shropshire Group will be running its very successful Prestige Vets Series again this year at each of the 10 tracks within their Group.

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Win a Yamaha 85

The AMCA are pleased to announce a new 10 round series catering especially for our younger riders, the series will have 2 classes one for (Auto 50cc & 65's) and another for 85's (SW & BW).

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2020 Licences - Valid from 1st Feb

2020 Licences will start dropping through your letterboxes shortly, remember 2020 licences are valid from the 1st February.

Cheltenham Presentation Night

The Cheltenham club had a superb night on Friday 24th Jan at their presentation night. 

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To all our loyal riders, members and officials.
It is with regret that we have to announce an additional rate increase to the 2020 motocross licence fee.
Directors thought long and hard about this decision but the AMCA faces an unprecedented increase in insurance premiums as a result of an influx of claims.
The 2020 motocross licence will cost £80 but this price will increase to £99 from 1st March to help alleviate the pressures brought to bear from such a hefty insurance premium.
The public liability policy premium alone has increased by £224,000 – this has resulted in a total insurance cost of over half a million pounds for 2020. 
The Directors want to make licence holders aware that the AMCA will absorb the bulk of the increase this year through the use of AMCA reserves but advise that the entry fee will increase in 2021. 
Riders renewing or taking a new licence before 1st March will still pay the original price of £80.
We look forward to your continued support in 2020.
AMCA Board of Directors.