Saturday, June 3rd, 8am-4pm
$30 Ages 4-16
Steamboat Parking Lot
8-10am Signup & Tech Inspection
1030-1045am Mandatory Riders Meeting
11-1130am Peewee Race <1-mile loop
12-1pm Youth Race 3-4 mile loop
4-415pm Youth Awards Ceremony at Ray Robison Community Hall
*Times Subject to Change
Rules: Refer to the AMA Competition Rulebook, then the BRR Youth Supplemental Rules on this page.
Steamboat Gulch TubingHill
Steamboat Gulch TubingHill
One rider meeting for ALL Youth Classes.
Engine Start, < 1-mile loop, 30-minute lap race, riders must stop for fender cards to be marked for scoring each lap, and each rider will re...
For youth off-road meet rules and regulations refer to the current AMA Competition Rulebook and then this page of BRR Youth Supplemental Rules.
WARNING: Motor vehicle mishaps, in competition or otherwise, can result in injury or death. Minors without parental consent or supervision should never use motor vehicles.
Refer to the AMA Competition Rulebook (Off-road Scramble), then the BRR Youth Supplemental Rules on this page.
Youth Liability Releases
AMA Competition Rulebook Page 8
No rider under the legal age of majority in the state (i.e. Idaho is 18 years of age) in which the meet takes place may compete without the written consent (signature on liability releases and entry forms) of their parents or legal guardians present at the meet. An authorized adult acting on behalf of the parents or legal guardians must provide a notarized statement indicating they have been given the authority by the parent or legal guardian to be responsible for the minor during the meet. All releases and notarized statements must be forwarded to the AMA with the referee report and/or injury report. The parents, legal guardians or authorized adult must remain present while the AMA member who they are responsible for is at the meet.
Youth Riders & Eligibility
AMA Competition Rulebook Page 70
a. To compete in a youth meet, an AMA member must be no younger than 4 and no older than 16. The referee or clerk of course may ask to see any rider’s proof of age. Proof of age must be available at all meets or the rider is subject to disqualification.
b. Parents, legal guardians or authorized adults must remain present at all times during the participation of an AMA member in any AMA-sanctioned youth meet. (1) To authorize a minor to compete, parents, legal guardians or authorized adults must sign below the rider’s signature on the entry form. (2) The notarized authorization signed by the rider’s parents or legal guardians giving responsibility to authorized adults must be kept on file with the rider’s release form.
c. The rider must be large enough and mature enough to control their motorcycle at all times, and to ride it safely. This includes stopping, starting, standing still, mounting, dismounting and putting one or both feet on the ground. The referee has the authority to disqualify a rider that cannot safely control their motorcycle.
d. The rider’s age on Jan. 1 will determine their age for remainder of the year. Riders may move to the next higher age class in the Youth Division only if they will be eligible to do so at any time during the year. Once a rider moves to the next higher age class in AMA or non-AMA competition, they may not move back to the lower age class. Riders are encouraged to determine at the beginning of the points season/year the age class they will participate in for the points season/year. Points earned in a lower age class won't transfer to the higher age class.
e. No “A class” riders are permitted to compete in any “Youth” classes.