All ages. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
The world's premier dirt-bike racing series, featuring the world's fastest off-road riders. Supercross races take place inside stadiums and domes across the country usually reserved for NFL Football and Major League Baseball.
Points are awarded to the riders taking the top finishing positions in each race, and are added up to determine an overall season champion. The twisting one- to two-mile tracks are entirely man-made, requiring up to 700 tons of dirt trucked in to shape all sorts of hair-raising obstacles. These include vicious stutter-bumps the riders call "whoops," and the Supercross-signature triple-jumps that shoot racers into the air 40 feet up and 60 feet across.
Most people who watch a Supercross race for the first time can't believe what they are seeing. Some of the riders have made a name for themselves over these Supercross jumps, twisting the bike sideways in midair, laying it flat, and even letting go of the handlebars. Supercross finals are 20-lap sprint races that put an emphasis on pure speed.
Supercross: both 125cc and 250cc classes. Seeding of riders will be based on final series points rankings from previous event. Choice of starting positions for seeded riders will be determined by series point rankings. Remaining starting positions will be determined by lottery.