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Contact the CRA

Competition Riders of America

10230 Duck Creek Road

Salem, Ohio 44460

General CRA Information:

Yog Miller

1-330-466-6070

Points questions:

email the CRA or call

1-888-272-MXHS (6947)

(evenings)

Email Us  (peggy)

racecra@windstream.net

(best way to reach Peggy for Points!!)

Division Info > Youth MX Divisions

Youth Divisions

beginner peewee

50cc Pee Wee MX
The ideal way to get started in motocross for beginner 4-8 year-old riders. Easy to ride, beginner level bikes up to 50cc with automatic transmissions (such as the Yamaha TTR50 & PW50, Suzuki JR50, and Honda XR50) are used to give young riders the opportunity to learn racing skills in a safe, controlled environment. This is a non-points paying class, and riders may not compete in any other class.

jr peewee

Jr. Pee Wee MX
Jr. Pee Wee is a class for the more advanced rider, one is 4-6 years old, who has accomplished 10 or more races, and is ready to run with others of similar skills. Bikes are still limited to 50cc with automatic transmissions, but usually consist of the more competitive, highly-tuned 50cc machines, like the KTM, Cobra, and Polini race bikes.

sr peewee

Sr. Pee Wee
Sr. Pee Wee is for the advanced riders who are 7-8 years old, but perhaps haven't acquired the physical stature to handle the larger machines. Bikes such as the KTM Sr. 50 and others which offer a larger frame are the popular choice.

60cc

65cc Bike MX
Riders of a larger physical size or a more advanced skill level may want to race in the popular 65cc bike class. The class is open to riders up to11 years old, and the machines used are 52-65cc bikes with manual transmissions, such as the Kawasaki KX60 and KX65, Suzuki's RM65 and the KTM65.

jr mini

Jr. Mini Bike MX
The Jr. Mini class is open to riders under 12 years old and under, with bike sizes ranging from 60-85cc. The class is usually comprised of more advanced riders, making it a fairly competitive division. No "Big Wheel" machines are allowed in Jr. Mini.

sr mini

Sr. Mini Bike MX
Sr. Mini class is made up of the 13-15 year old riders on 60-85cc bikes. This class pits riders of similar age and size on bikes of similar size. The majority of Sr. Mini riders have considerable experience and the racing is exciting for both rider and spectators. No "Big Wheel" machines are allowed in Sr. Mini.

super mini

Super Mini Bike MX
Super Mini class competitors age 15 and under may use any suitable machine 66-112cc, including the "big wheel" minis to compete with others on like machines. Bikes are often highly modified and offer riders their last step before moving up to full-size machines. The Honda CRF150R is legal in this class.

schoolboy

Schoolboy Bike MX
Open to riders 12-15 years old, riding machines 85-125cc, including the "big wheel" minis, the Honda CRF150R, and 125 class legal 250cc four-stroke machines.

jr trail

Jr. Trail Bike MX
This class allows racers under 12 years old to compete on machines not designed for racing. 110cc and under four-stroke machines and select two-strokes like Yamaha's PW80 are typical machines of choice. Trail Bike class is considered a novice class and the rider may not participate in any other class during the race season. If the rider moves to another area of competition during the season, they cannot move back.

sr trail

Sr. Trail Bike MX
Riders 13-15 years old can compete on 150cc and under machines against riders of similar age on similar equipment. The Honda CRF150R is not eligible for this class. Trail Bike class is considered a novice class and the rider may not participate in any other class during the race season. If the rider moves to another area of competition during the season, they cannot move back.