• 13th July 2022


    Thanks to the work of the Australasian Off Road Vehicle Association (AORVA) and its industry supporters Can-Am and Polaris, the Queensland Government has granted

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  • 7th June 2022

    The AMA was recently approached by a key group of off road motorcyclists who are passionate about access to public lands and the use of technical (single) motorcycle trails, to form a committee and engage with government and other stakeholders to make technical motorcycle trails a reality.

    The AMA Trail Bike Riders Australia (TBRA) committee has been formed and its purpose is to devise and implement a national strategy to be used to advocate for safe recreational trail bike trails on public lands.

    This will be the first ever national off road rider strategy based on evidence, data & stakeholder engagement to provide all levels of government with a road map for safe technical trail riding.

    Our government has indicated that they actually want to work with a unified peak body representing recreational off road motorcycllists.

    To help the AMA to achieve such recognition we need you to like the AMA FaceBook page. The more we can prove that the AMA has strength in numbers, the more successful we can be.

    So please like the AMA FaceBook page today and help us so we can help you.

    The AMA Rider Team


  • 28th May 2022



    AMA Snakey Creek Scramble


    189 Congarinni Road South, Macksville, NSW 2447, Australia


    Saturday 18 June 2022 at 8:00am - 11:00pm

    The AMA Snakey Creek Scramble is a fun day of racing, bringing things back to grass roots.

    This is a charity fundraiser raising money for Motoneuron Research.

    Need to be quick to get an entry into this one. Make sure you have your AMA club membership number handy.

    Video of 2019 race at

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