Month: August 2023

ROUND 15 – DIAMONDBACK MX – DEALER SHOOTOUT WEEKEND – SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2023 – GasGas, Honda, Husky, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki, Yamaha Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

September 3rd, 2023 Round 15 is Diamondback Dealer Shootout Weekend at Diamondback MX.

Friday, September 1st gates open at 12 Noon until 10PM

Saturday, September 2nd, there will be an Open Practice from 9AM to 3PM, early rider signup from 11AM to 2PM, then the Dealer Shootout starts at 3pm Sharp. 

Sunday, September 3rd, Round 15 of the AMA District 34, Metropolitan Sports Committee’s Championship Motocross Series gets underway. Points are still up for grabs so don’t miss your chance to stand on the stage this February!

School starts next week so don’t miss out on our limited supply of Sweatshirts and T Shirts including the Diamondback Wakeup Call T Shirt!

SATURDAY

  • GATES OPEN 7AM
  • PRACTICE 9AM-3PM
  • SUNDAY PRE-REG 11AM-2PM
  • DBMX DEALER SHOOTOUT 3PM

SUNDAY

  • GATES OPEN 7AM
  • REGISTRATION 7-9AM
  • PRACTICE 9AM SHARP
  • RIDERS MEETING 10AM
  • RACING 10:15AM
  • 250 A 11AM & 1PM
  • OPEN A 12PM & 2PM

PRICING

  • WEEKEND ENTRY – $20 All Riders; Non-Riders 10 & Older
  • PEEWEE 50CC CLASSES – $30 Each
  • ALL OTHER CLASSES – $40 EACH
  • TRANSPONDERS – $10 EACH

Diamondback MX AMA Payout

ROUND 14 – WALDEN MX – AUGUST 27TH, 2023 – DOUBLE POINTS – GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

The MSC Championship Motocross Series heads over to the Walden Playboys MC for the Summer Slam Double Points race on Sunday, August 27th!

Contingency this season is the largest in the history of the MSC Championship MX Series.  With over $900,000 up for grabs from the manufacturers, now is the time and MSC is the place.

 

Pricing

Weekend Entry – $20

Open Practice – $40/Rider

Race Class – $40 Each

Friday

Gates Open 5PM to 11PM

Saturday

Gates Open 7AM to 11PM

Practice starts at 9AM

Race Signup – 1-4PM

Sunday

Gates Open 7AM

Race Signup – 7-9AM

Race Practice – 9AM

Please make sure you give rider registration the email you use for contingency registration.

ROUND 13 – ORANGE COUNTY FAIR MX – AUGUST 20TH, 2023 – DOUBLE POINTS – GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM, Yamaha Contingency – Rocky Mountain Race Gas

Orange County Fair Motocross is hosting Round 13 of the MSC Championship Motocross Series on Sunday, August 20th.  Contingency Programs for this event are GasGas, Honda, Husky, KTM, & Yamaha, also Rocky Mountain Race Gas Gift Cards!  Large Trophies and Huge Expert Purse make racing at OCFMX even more exciting!

Friday

  • Gates Open Noon to  11PM

Give your email at Rider Registration to receive Gift Cert!

Saturday

  • Saturday Gates open at 7am
  • Practice 9:30am-2:30pm
  • Early Race Signup from 2:30pm to 5PM

Sunday

  • Sunday gates open 7am
  • Practice starts at 9am
  • Racing starts at the end of Practice
Admission is required for the weekend.
  • Admission $20
  • Practice fee $40
  • Gate fee per class $40

Event Contingency

Local Racers Set to Compete in Most Prestigious Off-Road Motorcycle Competition on the Planet During Pro Motocross Championship

An article was written at a local news network for MSC AMA District 34 Pro racer, James Slaughter Jr.  Take a read below, buy tickets and come support our local pro racers that will do their best in an attempt to qualify in for the national this Saturday, August 12th.

MSC riders we know that are attending:

  • James Slaughter Jr
  • Tyler Danielle
  • Ian Kearon
  • Hunter Stempel
  • Travis Mecking

Good luck men!  We will be cheering you on!

World’s Most Uniquely Challenging Motorsports Championship
Consists of 11 Rounds Across the Country Throughout the Summer

 

Walden, NY (7/26/2023) – Walden’s James Slaughter, Jr is set to compete at the pinnacle of off-road motorcycle racing, against a star-studded field of elite talent from all over the world. The 24-year-old dirt-bike racer is competing in the globally prestigious Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, the world’s most uniquely challenging motorsports competition which travels across the country for 11 weekends every summer, visiting 10 different states on the journey to crown a champion.

 

Over the course of this grueling championship, hundreds of riders and tens-of-thousands of fans will converge at some of the most remote, yet picturesque landscapes in the United States. Many of the events and tracks that comprise the Pro Motocross Championship carry upwards of five decades of history, making them legendary and iconic venues within the sport, just like landmark stadiums such as Wrigley Field and Fenway Park.

 

The Pro Motocross Championship begins with a Memorial Day weekend celebration in late May and continues through late August and features two classes of competition – 250 Class and 450 Class. The 250 Class is where the sport’s most promising young stars do battle, making a name for themselves in hopes of future success. The 450 Class is the championship’s premier showcase, where the biggest names in motocross, like America’s Chase Sexton, Australia’s Jett Lawrence, and France’s Dylan Ferrandis, showcase their exceptional talents in search of victory and the sport’s most coveted championship. Regardless of class, these competitors are some of the toughest, fittest, and most uniquely skilled athletes on the planet who show no fear as they battle their own physical and mental limits, an ever-changing track, a powerful 250-pound motorcycle, and 39 other riders. There is simply nothing else like it in sports as these modern-day gladiators engage on a competitive spectacle of man, machine, and lots of airtime.

 

All of the sport’s most recognizable names have left their mark on the Pro Motocross Championship, including the “G.O.A.T.” Ricky Carmichael, multi-talented icon Travis Pastrana, the “Fastest Man on the Planet” James “Bubba” Stewart, and the “King” Jeremy McGrath. To win in this championship is the ultimate distinguishment in the annals of the sport’s history, but to even have the talent to compete against the world’s best racers from around the globe is an incredible achievement that deserves to be celebrated. This is motocross in its highest form and all its competitors can rightfully claim their position as one of the best in the world.

 

Slaughter has been riding dirt bikes since he was 4 years old and has been competing professionally since 2022. He honed is talents by racing locally at Metropolitan Sports Committee AMA District 34 tracks such as Diamondback MX, Echo Valley MX, Holiday Mountain MX, Orange County Fair MX, Southwick 338, and Walden MX before deciding to chase success at the sport’s highest level.

 

With the help of family, friends, and sponsors such as Diamondback MX, The Ranch at Carlisle, Kings Hill Contracting, Waxed Racing, Valley Moto Shop, and Racer Camp who help pay his way to the races, Slaughter can fulfill his passion and pursue his dreams. Motocross is a sport that requires sacrifice and the ability to overcome adversity and without the commitment from Slaughter and his supporters, this dream would not be possible.

 

Tickets for the Pro Motocross Championship are available at www.ProMotocross.com.

 

Pro Motocross Championship

The Pro Motocross Championship features the world’s fastest outdoor motocross racers, competing aboard homologated bikes from one of seven competing manufacturers on a collection of the roughest, toughest tracks on the planet. Racing takes place each Saturday afternoon, with competition divided into two classes: one for 250cc machines, and one for 450cc machines. MX Sports Pro Racing, the industry leader in off-road powersports event production, manages the Pro Motocross Championship.

 

More information can be found at www.ProMotocross.com.

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