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This weeks AMCA news and fixtures

This weeks AMCA news and fixtures

This weeks AMCA news and fixtures

What’s On – 5th August 2012
This weekend there is some excellent Motocross events to choose from, contact the clubs for late entries and one day licences (over 18) will be available on the day.

Leigh @ Astley – Andy Maguire – 07967 489366
Cressage @ Shawbury – Sue Jones – 07969 036716
Burton @ Stenson – Tara Garner – 07917 691265
Tormarton @ Grittenham – Jacky Angell – 07908 921538

For the latest up to date news on fixtures please visit the AMCA website.

AMCA’s 80th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS – August Bank Holiday weekend!
2012 sees the AMCA’s 80th Anniversary as the Number 1 organisation for off-road motorsport in the UK and to celebrate, one of the AMCA’s longstanding clubs is assisting in the organisation of the BIG 80th EVENT! The event will be staged over the August bank holiday weekend of the 26th and 27th August 2012 and will encompass an array of disciplines throughout the event!
Sunday 26th August will kick off the celebrations with a magnificent motoduro event. The popular discipline which grew originally from the AMCA Blackheath Club see’s 2 one hour races on the day.The motoduro is being supported by not only Kinver Auto Sports Club, but also Blackheath, and Stourbridge, each pulling together to put on a tip top event. The motoduro event will also be transponder timed with AMCA transponders. All licence holders, of any discipline can take part in the motoduro.
The motoduro will be followed by an AMCA trial starting at 3:30pm. The trial is being organised by Midlands Trials, c/o John Bottrill so many clubs are pulling together to put on this magnificent event.
Monday will see a 7race day with two classic classes, an invitation race for ex members, and classes for inters, juniors, seniors, and experts.

AMCA launch rider incentive scheme – GO FOR GOLD and reap the rewards!
Free Dirt Bike Show tickets
Beach Race entry for £23!!
The AMCA has launched an incentive scheme to benefit it’s riders who ride at the most motocross events.
The organising body has for many years had a gold / silver / bronze scheme in place which categorises riders by the number of mx events they rode at in the previous year.
For 2012 the AMCA have added a number of benefits to give real value to the scheme.
To achieve gold status riders will have had to take part in 27 events in the 2012 season, when they apply for a licence the following year it will be a ‘gold’ licence.
Despite the recent heavy rain there are still plenty of opportunities to enter AMCA events and make sure you qualify for these great offers.
This year to encourage you to strive for gold AMCA are offering all riders who achieve Gold status this season by 14th October a FREE ticket to the 2012 Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh!
In addition, they can also enter the fabulous SKEGNESS Beach Race on 17th / 18th November for the standard AMCA entry fee of £23!! A massive potential saving of £77!!
TWO EXCELLENT REASONS for entering as many events as possible between now and 14th October!
To achieve gold status you need to have competed at 27 motocross events between the 1st February and 14th October 2012, all AMCA authorised MX events qualify.
Gold status riders also benefit the following season by receiving preferential entry into oversubscribed events or classes.
On the 15th October we will contact via text and email all those who have qualified with details of how they can claim the above offers.
The AMCA Chairman Terry King said ‘we want to reward our most loyal riders and these two benefits offer significant savings for those riders who take part in the most events’.
In the meantime, good luck and enjoy the rest of the 2012 AMCA season – Go for Gold!!

Motocross Committee Meeting – Saturday 13th October 2012
Please be advised that the next meeting of the AMCA’s Motocross Committee is scheduled for Saturday 13th October.
The meeting will commence at 10am and will be held at AMCA’s head office in Cannock.
The Modern Motocross Committee consists of Group Coordinators plus a deputy from each group. There is a facility for each group to bring along a third person should there be a specific issue a group or club may wish to raise with the committee directly. There will be two votes per Group but only if two persons from the group are present.
Clubs wishing to submit agenda items should first seek Group approval after which the Group Coordinator should forward them to the AMCA office.
All agenda items should be received at the office no later than Friday 7th September 2012, after which the agenda will be circulated.

Get your Videos in!
The AMCA has launched its own YouTube channel and would like for our members to send in their video’s or headcam footage of AMCA events on DVD, or via email so they can be edited and uploaded to the site.
Please send them in with a brief covering letter giving details of the event, the date, and other info such as the race class or more and take pleasure in watching the views tot up!

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