Rule Book


Contact Information: AME Race Department

Phone: (904) 610-0197


Pre-register at to secure your race entry and number. Pre-registration deadline is the Friday prior to the event.

Post entries will be accepted until the start of practice on the day of the event.



Rider must be age and skill appropriate for the class that he/she is entering.

Rider must have correct safety gear, including but not limited to long sleeve jersey, helmet, boots and goggles.

Rider must attend riders meeting.

in the event of an age protest Birth certificate (original certified copy) or Pass Port must be presented with in 7 days upon request from all participants.

Parent or Guardian must sign all releases and remain at the race track with the minor participant all day.

Parent or Guardian must present a valid driver’s license or photo id upon request.

Age is based on January 1st

Race Number:

Pre-registered riders have race number preference.

On-site registration numbers are on a first come first served

basis. Rider must have a number on all three plates.

Bike Specifications & Classes:



First timer class :This class is for riders racing for the first time in the 51cc and 65 cc class. Rider exemptions may be given by race director based on age or riders skill level at the time of the event. Rider will move up to beginner class at the conclusion of each series if rider scores 2 consecutive wins or finishes in the SERIES top 3 overall positions. ……. if race director elects to move a rider Up during a series rider will take A SHARE of his points to the beginner class. Top 3 series finishers must move to the beginner or age classes no exceptions!! Riders finishing outside the top 3 may only race one series in the first timer class unless written permission is given by the race director.

The Cost for a request for exemption review shall be $25

Beginner class: Reserved for riders with less than 6 months racing experience in that displacement class. Riders scoring 2 consecutive wins or finish in the top 3 overall positions at the end of the series will be moved to novice class. Riders moved up during the series by the race director will take A SHARE of his points to the novice or age group class. Rider exemptions may be given by race director based on age or riders skill level at the time of the event.

Junior class : riders racing 1 year or less. Riders scoring 2 consecutive wins or finishing in the top 3 overall positions will be moved to Intermediate class at the end of the series. Riders moved up by the race director during the series will take SHARE of his points to the INTERMEDIATE class. Rider exemptions may be given by race director based on rider age or skill level at the time of the event.

Bike / rider Specifications:

  1. Two millimeter over standard OEM bore maximum for all classes is permitted. ( no crank stroking )
  2. all 51 modified classes will be allowed 61cc bore. max age for pw open is 6 years old.
  3. Max age for 51cc open is 8 years old
  4. For 65cc open Max age for 65cc open is 12 years of age 2 mm over bore permitted No crank stroking permitted Must use original frame Must use oem wheel size
  5. ALL Classes Must retain standard OEM wheel size ( big wheels permitted in the 85cc -112cc open class)
  6.  Standard OEM frame required in all classes.

All other changes permitted.

85cc open Specifications:

  1. 112 cc maximum.
  2.  150 cc 4-Stroke Honda permitted.
  3. Standard or OEM super-mini wheel size
  4. Standard OEM frame.
Other exemptions :

Honda CRF 50, and Suzuki JR 50 are eligible for all pw classes.

CRF 70 will be permitted in all 65cc classes.

150 cc –4 Stroke Honda permitted in all 85cc classes.


( example 51 cc bike can race in 65cc class or 65 cc bike can race in 85cc)

Riders may ride a more advanced class to gain experience and or to ride a second class. However if riders wins the higher class his status will go under review for advancement. ( example a 65 cc beginner class rider can race in the 65cc junior class for experience or to race a second class) Riders are permitted to drop down one class if it’s there first time riding in a higher displacement class (Example) rider has raced 51 cc novice for past year and had moved to higher 65cc displacement.
Rider will be permitted to drop down to race 65cc beginner class.


Suspension may be changed or modified but must fit in the oem frame mounts. No modified frames will be permitted.

STACYC CLASS GUIDELINES : All STACYC RACERS will race on an abbreviated course set up for electric bikes. Stacyc riders will use the normal track start line. 0-4 riders must ride a 12 inch bike 4-8 riders can ride either a 12 or 16 inch bike. Open class riders can ride either a 12 or 16 inch Stacyc or a OSET 10 Max age for the open class is 8 years old.
Pit Guideline:

Respect the people around you, including but not limited to riders and their families, medical staff, AME Officials and flaggers. Foul language and disrespectful behavior will not be tolerated.

  1. Never cross the track while riders are on the track.
  2.  Pick up all trash in pit area and on the race track.
  3. Trash must be disposed of in approved containers.
  4. Do not walk around or near heavy equipment.
  5.  No open toe shoes or crutches allowed on the track.
  6. Drones are prohibited at all times.
  7.  No dumping of fuel, motor oil, grey or black water.
  8. No riding of any motorized vehicle in the minicross pit
  9. Pets must be on a leash or properly contained.

Drug and Alcohol Policy

All riders, mechanics, parents and people associated with the rider must not consume intoxicants or drugs that could affect their normal mental or physical ability or cause them to become harmful to the event. Anyone found in violation of this policy is subject to immediate disqualification from the event.

Track Rules

  1. Only riders officially entered are allowed on the race track.
  2.    Any rider observed by an AME Official, cutting the track to re-run section during practice will be given last gate pick.
  3. Any rider intentionally stopping on the track without a mechanical problem will be given last gate pick.
  4. No rider may ride in the wrong direction on the track.
  5. All repairs on the motorcycle must be done in the designated mechanics area.
  6. Outside assistance, of any kind, is forbidden on the track, Exception, AME Officials or flaggers.
  7. Riders going off the track must re-enter at the safest point possible without cutting off entire sections of the track. If a rider gains position or advantages by while off the track he will be docked 5 positions.
  8. No rider may ride in a manner to endanger another rider. The penalty is disqualification.
  9. Two way Helmet communication systems will be permitted between rider and mechanic / parent

Starting Line:

* pushing riders off start line in All 51 cc classes strictly forbidden ! All rider crew must be completely off the start gates when the 15 second board is raised. Penalty for violation of these rules is disqualification from that race.

  1. Riders not at the start grid when called for staging will be given last gate pick.
  2.  Only one rider and one mechanic allowed in the staging and starting area.
  3.  Riders will be centered behind gate grid.
  4. After a rider picks his/her gate position it cannot be changed.
  5. Tools to prep behind the gate are permitted.
  6. Prep is allowed a maximum of 10’ from the starting gate
  7. Bikes with mechanical issues before the start of the staged race will be ineligible to compete in that race.
  8. Main event  gate pick will be determined by the heat race finish.
  9. Start blocks permitted

Flags: Checkered Flag –race is complete

White Flag –courtesy flag indicating that there is one lap


Yellow Flag –Caution must reduce speed. No passing. Riders passing during yellow flag are subject to position penalty.

Red Flag: Race is stopped

If red flag is given and half the assigned laps have been completed the race will be scored as complete.

Red Cross flag::

Rider must roll all obstacles when Red Cross flag is displayed until the incident is cleared ( wheels on the ground ) 5 position penalty for jumping on Red Cross flag


Riders must ride their designated practice to be eligible to compete in the days events.

Riders will be called in the Order they registered for the heat race.

Riders will be staged for the main event in the order they finished in there heat race.

Final event scoreand points is based on main event finish

Series Points:

1st – 25 points, 2nd– 22, 3rd – 20, 4th – 18, 5th – 16, 6th – 15, 7th – 14, 8th –

13, 9th  12, 10th – 11, 11th & down – 10 points.


Disqualifying Offense:

  1. Falsifying age, ability or name.
  2. Offering bribes to officials.
  3. Engaging in any unfair practice, behavior or action that is detrimental to the sport of MiniCross.
  4. Any Physical or Verbal altercation with an AME Official or other persons at the event.
  5. Refusal to submit to a mechanical inspection.
  6. Receiving outside assistance.
  7. Riding in a manner to endanger another competitor.
  8. Violent or aggressive behavior by rider or crew will not be tolerated and any physical or verbal attack on another rider or crew will lead to immediate disqualification from the days event.
  9. PIT RIDING : there is no riding motorcycles in the pit area once the event begins ! First offense you get last gate pick for your next moto !second offense is disqualification from the days event.


All protest must be made in writing to an AME Official.

$100 fee FOR first timer and beginner classes eligibility protests


$100.00 fee for age protests

$300  displacement protests

AME will retain all fees paid. Fees payable by cash only.

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