That's a wrap for the Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. Thank you to all our racers, spectators and sponsors for another great year! Stay tuned for next years Road to Mammoth and Finals dates. Every summer since , racers have flocked to Mammoth Lakes for this classic event — the oldest continuous running motocross in the USA. Many of the top racers in the world have honed their skills at this event. There have been some epic battles over the years and many racers have made a name for themselves on this track.
Racing with the OMRA is as easy! All you really need is a reliable dirt bike, all the usual riding gear helmet, boots, eye protection, gloves at a minimum and the desire to have a good time on a dirt bike with a bunch of other like minded riders. We prefer all racers be OMRA members. If you want to race the series for points, you must be an OMRA member. Look for an OMRA official near sign up. The OMRA has classes for all skill levels and age groups. Classes for adults are below, AA is for top level expert racers, and Open thru the 50 class has both Expert and Amateur divisions.
The first meeting was run on 26th January and, largely due to the commitment of the large band of volunteers that run them, they have proven to be an overwhelming success. Three more meetings were run before the start of the season and there was big demand from Conference League riders and an odd Premier League rider for pre-season practice in the Open Class. Following that an eight round Summer Championship was arranged and a six round Winter Series. Ten years on and there are so many classes that they have to be split over two days of racing.
When does a broken visor, a sore back, and a dented pipe add up to a good time? Endurocross you say? When are those times never the best times? Endurocross promoters have been trying to attract more amateur riders to grow the series as a whole and not just cater to the pro riders.