AMA Competition Commissions are the volunteer bodies that consider, disseminate, amend, interpret, and assist in the enforcement of technical and operational rules for amateur and pro-am competition events sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association. Please visit the following link for more information: AMA Competition Commission Guidelines
Becoming A Commission Member
Each AMA Competition Commission appointees must have an active AMA membership and be in good standing of the American Motorcyclist Association throughout their appointment. Each appointee shall serve a two-year term beginning in January. It is highly encouraged that every commission member attends the annual AMA Congress weekend held in Columbus, Ohio.
Applications must be submitted by the end of October for the term beginning the following January. Appointees may serve multiple terms. The American Motorcyclist Association President may remove any appointee from the commission at any time. If you are interested in becoming an AMA Competition Commission member, please visit the following link to apply online: AMA Competition Commission Application
Flat Track Commission – Flat Track, Ice Race, Speedway
Motocross Commission – Motocross, Arenacross, Supercross, Snowcross
Off-Road Commission – Enduro, Hare Scrambles, Hare and Hound, Grand Prix, Desert Scramble, Extreme Off-Road
Specialized Sports Commission – Hillclimb, Drag Racing, Land Speed, Road Racing, Supermoto
Trials Commission – Observed Trials
Medical/Safety Commission – Multiple Disciplines
Sporting Commission – Multiple Disciplines
Technical Commission – Multiple Disciplines
Submitting Rule Proposals and Agenda Items
Rule proposals and agenda items may be submitted at any point in the season. Only AMA Commission Members may submit proposals. You may submit via the following link: Rule Proposal/Agenda Item Submissions
All business by the AMA Competition Commissions is subject to review and approval by the AMA Board of Directors. Rules adopted by commissions during meetings and ratified by the AMA Board of Directors are incorporated into subsequent AMA Rulebooks, which are published annually.