Motocross News

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.

Ron Lippitt

The AMCA are saddened to hear of the passing of long time AMCA supporter Ron Lippitt.

The funueral will be held on 22nd January at 11am at Chruch Eaton Church, Church Eaton and then afterward at the Royal Oak, Church Eaton.


AMCA will be in attendance at the two day Telford Classic Show on 15 and 16th February.

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Sadly, AMCA reports the passing of ROBIN JAMES from Leominster, aged 79, after a lengthy illness.

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AMCA National Championship for 2020 - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

The AMCA are pleased to announce the launch of brand new National Championship for 2020.
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Teme Valley MXC are running at Boraston MX Circuit (WR15 8NB) this coming Sunday.
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2020 Championship dates

The 2020 Championship dates have been provisionally finalised.

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2020 MX1/MX2/Vets/125/85 Championship Registrations - Available Now

The Registrations for the 2020 AMCA MX1/MX2/Vets/125/85 Championships are now available

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AMCA Championship Presentation

The AMCA awards presentation will take place at the Dirt Bike Show on Saturday 28th September at 12noon.


Lake District 24 Peaks hiking challenge - 28th + 29th September 2019 Liam Jones, Alex Gray, Dom Arnold, Mollie Wheeldon + James Mason! The Challenge:

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Inter Group Results

The Stafford club held a superb Inter Group event on Monday 26th August, below are the team results and congratilations to the Northern Area

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AMCA looking to launch new National Championship for 2020

The AMCA are looking into launching a new National Championship for 2020. This new Championship will be run for Juniors, Seniors and Experts (note Top 30 current Championship riders wouldn’t be eligible) and possibly Inter Juniors.
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We are very sad to hear long time AMCA member Cliff Barton passed away last week.

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R6 Lower Drayton Championship - CANCELLED

The Cannock club have been working tireleslly to get everything ready for Rd6 of the AMCA Championship, despite their best efforts the Weather has beaten them and they have been left with no choice but to CANCEL the event.

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The ACU and AMCA commit to conduct more drug and alcohol testing

The Auto Cycle Union (ACU) and Amateur Motor Cycle Association (AMCA) have adopted a joint approach to tackle the increasing issue of drug and alcohol abuse. The two organisations are holding internal seminars to further educate its Directors and Officials on substance abuse and the impact it has on Health and Safety of their Sport. With the focus on safety for competitors, officials and spectators; the two organisations are actively increasing the number of drug and alcohol tests to ensure their policies are being adhered to.

The ACU and AMCA have commissioned the expert services of Racoo Screening to deliver a series of comprehensive educational seminars and random drug and alcohol testing at events to help address the problem. 

Assistance for those suffering from drug and/or alcohol abuse will be provided by a number of existing free support mechanisms; however those providing positive test results face an instant ban of 2 years in line with FIM regulations.
The ACU is the internationally recognised National Governing Body for motorcycle sport in the British Isles (less Northern Ireland). Formed in 1903, the ACU has a long tradition in the world of motorcycle sport being a founder member of the World Governing Body, the Federation Internationale Motocyclisme (FIM).

The Amateur Motor Cycle Association (AMCA) is one of the oldest off-road motorcycle governing bodies in the world. Established in 1932 in the West Midlands it has played a key role in the growth and promotion of the sport in this country.

Racoo Screening are experts in the implementation of drug and alcohol programmes for Sport and the Workplace, they also provide drug and alcohol testing for individuals/legal purposes. They specialise in Policy advice, education and drug & alcohol testing throughout the UK.


Since the news broke that the long-standing International Dirt Bike Show was moving to Stafford County Showground from Stoneleigh Park, feedback has been positive – from both a trade and enthusiast perspective. This will now be further boosted with the confirmation that major manufacturer Yamaha will be in attendance with its biggest stand ever for the jam-packed, two-day autumn event.
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