Referee Resources and Training

Download the AMA Referee Report or recreational event report

AMA Referees are expected to help uphold the high standards of AMA-Sanctioned competition. Below is information on Referee Training, as well as downloadable Referee Reports, and information for promoters who are looking for an AMA-Trained Referee in their area.

Please Note: AMA-Certified Referees are required to have a valid AMA membership.

For questions about the AMA Referee Program, email amaracing@ama-cycle.org.

Recreational Event Report Form and Injury Form

Competition Referee Report Form and Injury Form

Find a Discipline-Specific Referee

Click here to view the list of Class "B" Referee List.

Referee Training & Testing

Start the process of becoming a certified AMA Referee with the AMA Class "C" Referee Training. AMA Class "C" Referee Training provides the foundation for the AMA's Referee program. First, download the Class "C" Referee Study Guide to review (once it opens, make sure you save it to your computer for reference later), then click here to take the online test. If you pass, you'll be able to download your AMA Certificate of Completion.

Please Note: AMA-Certified Referees are required to have a valid AMA membership.

Those who have completed AMA Class "C" Referee Training are invited to participate in AMA Class "B" Referee Training, which covers discipline-specific topics. Below is information on AMA Class "B" Referee Training:

Motocross: Class "B" Referee Study Guide (Motocross) | Online Test

Off-Road: Class "B" Referee Study Guide (Off-Road) | Online Test

Track Racing: Class "B" Referee Study Guide (Track Racing) | Online Test