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2024 Pro Motocross | AMA Homologated & Approved Motorcycles

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2024 AMA RIDER NUMBERS
2024 PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP SCHEDULE

The AMA has outlined the motorcycles homologated and approved for competition in the 2024 Pro Motocross Championship, a thirty-eight model index that includes standard-issue equipment, limited-release special editions, and a selection of two-stroke machines.

Nine OEMs are represented, including Japan’s “Big Four” of Honda-Yamaha-Kawasaki-Suzuki, the Pierer Mobility Group’s European alliance of KTM-Husqvarna-GASGAS, and the long-awaited addition of Beta from Italy and Triumph from the United Kingdom.

Approval is only for a limited eligibility period, either five years or when the brand decides to pull its support of a particular model, and can be subject to change as the season continues.

The 250 Class list is eighteen motorcycles: eight standard 250cc four-strokes, six “edition” 250cc four-strokes, and four 125cc two-strokes.

The 450 Class list is thirty-four motorcycles: eight standard 450cc four-strokes, five “edition” 450cc four-strokes, three 350cc four-strokes, four 250cc two-strokes, and fourteen eligible 250cc four-strokes.

The displacement rules make it possible for a rider to use a four-stroke 250cc bike in the 450 Class, but a 250cc two-stroke is not allowed to race in the 250 Class. 

AMA regulations require the OEMs or their distributors to declare the motorcycles they intend to race ahead of each season (section 2.2 in the 2024 rule book). The mandate states that at least 400 units must be available for sale to the public, with a minimum of 200 bikes required to be in the US by March 1 and at least 400 units by June 1.

After June 1st, manufacturers must maintain availability of models homologated for the current season to any AMA Licensed motocross competitor until August 1st of the current season. This applies unless the manufacturer can supply documented proof that the units imported to the U.S. as the minimum requirement were sold to North American customers before June 1st of the current season. U.S. distributor team motorcycles are counted as part of the required units up to a maximum of eight units. Availability requirements do not apply on models homologated in previous seasons.


2024 Pro Motocross Championship | Approved Motorcycle List

250 CLASS
2023-2024 GASGAS MC 250F Factory Edition*
2021-2023 GASGAS MC 250F*
2021-2023 GASGAS MC 125
2020-2024 Honda CRF250R*
2024 Husqvarna FC 250 Rockstar Edition*

2022 Husqvarna FC 250 Rockstar Edition*
2020-2024 Husqvarna FC 250*
2020-2024 Husqvarna TC 125
2020-2024 Kawasaki KX250*
2024 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition*

2022 KTM 250 SX-F Factory Edition*
2021 KTM 250 SX-F TLD Edition*
2020-2024 KTM 250 SX-F*
2020-2024 KTM 125 SX
2020-2024 Suzuki RM-Z250*
2024 Triumph TF 250-X*

2020-2024 Yamaha YZ250F*
2022-2024 Yamaha YZ125

*Denotes eligibility in the 450 Class

450 CLASS
2024 Beta 450 RX

2023-2024 GASGAS MC 450F Factory Edition
2021-2023 GASGAS MC 450F
2022-2023 GASGAS MC 350F
2022-2023 GASGAS MC 250
2020-2024 Honda CRF450R Works Edition
2020-2024 Honda CRF450R
2020-2024 Husqvarna FC 450 Rockstar Edition
2020-2024 Husqvarna FC 450
2020-2024 Husqvarna FC 350
2020-2024 Husqvarna TC 250
2022-2023 Kawasaki KX450SR
2020-2024 Kawasaki KX450
2020-2024 KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
2020-2024 KTM 450 SX-F
2020-2024 KTM 350 SX-F
2020-2024 KTM 250 SX

2020-2024 Suzuki RM-Z450
2020-2024 Yamaha YZ450F
2022-2024 Yamaha YZ250

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