The Alberta Mini RoadRacing Association Statement:
We are a non-profit amateur roadracing organization that provides an introduction to the sport of motorcycle road racing to riders of all ages, gender and abilities in a closed environment with a focus on safety, camaraderie and sportsmanship, While maintaining operating capital in the interest of providing quality competition opportunities for our members.
The club has many classes to fit the needs and skills of all riders. Starting with 50cc bikes for beginners and the youth class (ages 7 to 10), expanding up to the sometimes-intimidating formula 80 bikes for the seasoned vet, we welcome everyone.
To promote amateur miniature motorcycle racing (up to 150 cc) in Alberta, for the purposes of recreation and fun, such that it:
Provides introduction to the amateur sport of motorcycling and motorcycle racing in a safe, closed environment without the greater speeds of full-sized motorcycle racing;
Fosters development and improvement of racing skills at all levels from beginner to expert;
Provides an environment in which our young members can learn and be coached from our more experienced members;
Fosters camaraderie and sportsmanship amongst its members;
Promotes a positive image of motorcycle racing in regards to safety, technique and attitude;
Provides the opportunity to participate in motorcycle roadracing without the greater expense of full-sized motorcycle racing, by operating in a non-profit manner that strives to minimize member costs while ensuring a viable, economically stable association.
I have been able to make it out to the track to see some great knee dragging action. If you happen to like the dirt they also have pavement & dirt classes that have lots of knee dragging & air borne racing. This also gives you a chance to see riders young & old push it to the limit for some great two wheeled racing.
To inquire about racing with the AMRA please contact:
The best way to watch a race is to be in it on a bike, the 2nd best way to watch, is to volunteer & be involved in the race. So if you are not racing come-out & volunteer. It takes many positions to run a race: Corner Marshalling, Start-Finish, Registration, and Pre-grid, Lap Scoring and Race Control, Tech and Inspections, First-aid and Medical, Typically, volunteers commit to the full race day event from 9am to 5pm. That means lunch is on them. No experience is required for training is provided as required.
For more information on volunteering:
To inquire about volunteering with the AMRA please contact.
2019 AMRA Schedule of Events
April 28 Spring Thaw Endurance Race
May 8 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
May 22 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
May 29 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
June 5 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
June 12 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
June 15 Provincial Round 1
June 19 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
June 28 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
June 29 CMA National Round 3/Provincial Round 2
June 30 CMA National Round 4/Provincial Round 3
July 10 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
July 17 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
July 31 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
August 14 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
August 28 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
September 7 Provincial Round 4
September 11 Test & Tune (Practice) Night
September 21 Provincial Round 5
October 5 JR MacRae Fall Endurance Race
For more information on racing & volunteering contact: