53rd AMA Congress

This year’s event will be virtual and feature educational workshops for AMA-chartered organizers.

The schedule is as follows:

Thursday, Dec. 10
6-7:30 p.m: Racing Referee Workshop 
6-7:30 p.m: Recreational Riding Event Management

Friday, Dec. 11
8-9:30 p.m: Soliciting Sponsors for Your Event

Saturday, Dec. 12
Noon-1:30 p.m: Surveying Riders/Getting Event Feedback
2-3:30 p.m: Promoting Your AMA Event
4-5:30 p.m: Utilizing AMA Organizer Resources
5:30-6 p.m: Update from the AMA Government Relations Department

*all times are Eastern

Competition Commissions

During AMA Congress, AMA Commission members will meet to discuss the creation and enforcement of technical and operational rules and guidelines for AMA amateur competition events and activities sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association. The AMA Congress is held annually for AMA Commissions. Read the official 2019 Congress Communique for more information.

Competition Commissions

Submitting AMA Competition Rule Proposals and Agenda Items

Click on the following link to submit AMA rule proposals and agenda items for discussion during the commission’s meetings: Commission Member Proposal Submissions

Proposals may be submitted at any point in the season. For proposals to be included in the printed agenda for the 2019 AMA Congress, they must be submitted no later than Oct. 31, 2019. Only AMA Commission Members may submit proposals.

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. Please refer to the AMA Commission Guidelines for additional information: AMA Competition Commission Guidelines

For competition questions relating to AMA Congress, please contact:

Connie Fleming
Supercross/FIM and Racing Events Coordinator
(614) 856-1900 ext. 1258

AMA Recreational Riding Commissions and AMA State Chapters

During AMA Congress, recreational riding commissions and AMA State Chapter coordinators meet to discuss ways to improve recreational activity, event guidelines, volunteering and more.

Want to contribute to the AMA’s mission? Get more information about serving on an AMA Recreational Riding Commission.

For recreational riding or State Chapters questions relating to AMA Congress, please contact:

Heather Wilson
Director of Member Activity
(614) 856-1900 ext. 1215