31 Years of Youth Motocross
Rules of Competition
MIDDLE ATLANTIC MOTOCROSS ASSOCIATION M.A.M.A. 2006 is the 31stseason for M.A.M.A., a non-profit youth motocross organization based at Budds Creek MX Park, Budds Creek, MD.
During the 2005 racing season almost 1500 racers participated in events promoted by M.A.M.A. The organization is run by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, and is dedicated to providing the very best in youth motocross racing.
Throughout this racing season, the Board hopes that all members will learn and grow as a result of the time spent at our events. M.A.M.A. races are known the nation wide for the high quality standards upheld.
Sportsmanship, caring, understanding and fairness traits we all should foster are priorities at M.A.M.A. By providing the youth of our area the safest, most organized motocross races possible, we invest in today's youth in hopes of a better tomorrow.
The rules outlined here are intended only as a guide for the conduct of the sport pursuant to uniform rules. Rules directed or related to safety are promulgated to make all persons concerned with safety, but M.A.M.A. neither warrants safety if the rules are followed nor compliance with the enforcement of the rules. Moreover, each participant and parent or Legal guardian in competition has the responsibility to assess the safety aspects of facilities and conditions and must assume the risks of competition.
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