Enduros have a rich history in America, with many of today's individual events tracing their roots to the early decades of the 20th Century. Here are the country's top series and events. To find an AMA-sanctioned enduro near you, search the events database on this website.
AMA National Enduro Championship Series
Although the AMA has recognized national enduro champions since the association's founding in 1924, the modern era of enduro competition began with a 1961 meeting of the AMA Board of Directors. That's when the AMA Board created the AMA Grand National Enduro Championship Series, which would crown a single enduro champion based on points earned in all of the country's top national events.
Prior to the 1962 season, the AMA recognized several champions from individual contests of varying lengths. There was a 125-mile champion, a 200-mile champion, a 250-mile champion, etc.
In 1962, the first AMA Grand National Enduro Champion was crowned. This was the rider who scored the most points in six of the country's top enduros. AMA Motorcycle Hall of Famer Bill Baird from Sterling, Ill., won the first AMA Grand National Enduro title and did so for the next six years. Baird's seven consecutive AMA Grand National Enduro Championships make him one of the sport's most successful champions.
Now known as the AMA National Enduro Championship, the series remains the country's premier off-road championship. Promoted by the AMA's promoting partner for the series, the National Enduro Promotions Group, the series continues to attract riders of all skill levels, chasing AMA National No. 1 plates.
For results, points and scheduling information, see www.nationalenduro.com.
Grand championships are stand-alone events that crown the country's best amateur racers in various disciplines.
Regional Championship Series
AMA Regional Championships are one of the many levels of racing AMA promoters and clubs offer.
Full Gas Sprint Enduro Series
Fairly new to the enduro world in America, sprint enduros allow competitors to race against the clock on wide, fast-flowing trails and grass track. They ride two special test multiple times throughout the day, trying to improve their times each ride. The series was established in 2014 and now features five rounds throughout states such as Georgia, South Carolina, Indiana and West Virginia.
California, Idaho and Washington make up the three round series for the 2017 season, each hosted by AMA clubs and ISDE fans alike. Each round is a two-day event making the entire series six days total. At the end, a riders best four days will be counted towards their yearend total. Not only does the series qualify our US ISDE Team Club riders, it also serves as the training grounds for all of our up and coming ISDE Riders, along with those who love the format. Every skill level and age class is represented and each will earn a Regional Championship accordingly.
Florida, South Carolina and Georgia will host the three round series on the East Coast with FTR/SE&TRA co-sanctioning round one and Full Gas Sprint Enduro taking on the final two rounds. Each round is a two-day event making the entire series six days total. At the end, a riders best four days will be counted towards their yearend total. Not only does the series qualify our US ISDE Team Club riders, it also serves as the training grounds for all of our up and coming ISDE Riders, along with those who love the format. Every skill level and age class is represented and each will earn a Regional Championship accordingly.
AMA State Championships crown the top riders from their individual states in the field of Enduro competition. The races compete through the woods, deserts, mountains, plains and all the incredible off-road terrain this country has to offer.
Motocity/FLY AMA Arizona Off-Road State Championship
Vie for the chance to be crowned the number one rider in Arizona! Hosted by the Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association, The Arizona Off-Road State Championship offters both Hare Scramble and Enduro formats over some of the most diverse terrain the United States has to offer.
Oct. 1, 2017: Prescott, Ariz.
Qualifier Enduro: Arizona Trail Riders
Oct. 22, 2017: Tuscon, Ariz.
Hare Scramble: Xtreme MC
Nov. 12, 2017: Wikieup, Ariz.
Hare Scramble: Coconino Trail Riders
Jan. 6-7, 2018: Buckeye, Ariz.
Hare Scramble: OH 45
Jan. 20-21, 2018: Wickenburg, Ariz.
ISDE Qualifer Enduro: Fast’R MC
Feb. 18, 2018: Prescott, Ariz.
Hare Scramble: AMRA/WHS
March 3, 2018: San Manual, Ariz.
Qualifier Enduro: Trail Riders of Southern Arizona
April 7, 2018: Globe, Ariz.
Sprint Enduro: Rockstars MC