Movmx Classes

CLASSES:

Our classes are broken into the following categories:

1) VINTAGE,
2) POST-VINTAGE (PV),
3) AGE classes within VINTAGE and PV,
4) CUSTOM,
5) MODERN,
6) SUPER EVO,
7) YOUTH

VINTAGE:

1. Premier Open
2. Classic Open
3. Vintage 100cc Open – All pre 1975 100cc machines
4. Sportsman Open Novice
5. Sportsman Open Intermediate
6. Sportsman Open Expert

POST-VINTAGE (PV):  (we have combined Historic with GP and Ultima with Ultima II)

1. Historic / GP 125 Open
2. Historic / GP Open Novice
3. Historic / GP Open Intermediate
4. Historic / GP Open Expert
5. Ultima / Ultima II 125 Open
6. Ultima / Ultima II Open Novice
7. Ultima / Ultima II Open Intermediate
8. Ultima / Ultima II open Expert
9. Big Bike Open
10. Post-Vintage 100cc Open
11. Show-ME-Schultz Works (SMSW) Challenge

AGE classes within both VINTAGE and POST-VINTAGE (does not include Evo classes)

1. Vintage / Historic / GP +40 Open
2. Vintage / Historic / GP +50 Open
3. Vintage / Historic / GP +60 Novice
4. Vintage / Historic / GP +60 Advanced
5. Post-Vintage +40 Intermediate
6. Post-Vintage +40 Novice
7. Post-Vintage +50 Intermediate
8. Post-Vintage +50 Novice
9. Post-Vintage +40 Intermediate
10. Post-Vintage +60 Novice
11. Post-Vintage +60 Intermediate
12. Post-Vintage Open Expert

CUSTOM:

1. Trailbike- two or four-stroke machines not originally designed for motocross use (e.g., PE, IT, DR,
KDX, etc.) pre 1992.
2. Pitbike- four stroke air cooled up to 150cc (e.g., KLX110, DRZ110, CRF150F, XR)
3. Playbike – Any year air cooled four-stroke up to 230cc (e.g., TTR, CRF, DRZ)
4. Women – Any machine, vintage or modern
5. 2-Stroke Open – Open to all modern and 2-stroke machines including superminis

MODERN:

(We will adjust this set of classes as needed. New for 2020, this allows our vintage racers to
be able to race their modern bikes at movmx events. Please note that a racer can only enroll in a
“modern class” if that racer is also racing a Vintage, Post-Vintage, Super Evo or Custom class, except 2-
stroke Open

1. Open Age Novice
2. Open Age Advanced
3. +40 Open
4. +50 Open
5. +60 Open

SUPER EVO: (New for 2020, any machine manufactured from 1990-1999, this was 93-97)

1. 125 Novice
2. 125 Intermediate
3. 250/Open Novice
4. 250/Open Intermediate
5. 125/250/Open Expert – There will be one expert class for all Super Evo classes.

YOUTH – Minibike Cup (all youth riders receive awards)

The focus of our movmx youth classes is to introduce young racers to competitive mx. Beginner classes
are designed for a racer who has never raced or has raced less than a year. Advanced classes are for
racers who have raced for at least a year. We ask our State minibike riders to race the 2-stroke open
class.
1. 50cc Peewee ages 4-6
2. 50cc Peewee ages 7-10
3. 65cc Beginner
4. 65cc Advanced
5. 85cc Beginner
6. 85cc Advanced
7. Youth Four-stoke – machines up to 150cc
8. Youth Vintage – Any minibike machine up to and including 1989
9. Stacyc (at select events, not minibike Cup eligible)

VINTAGE and POST-VINTAGE CLASSIFICATION
Definitions:

VINTAGE:
• Premier Class – Any pre 1965-era machine
• Classic – Any pre 1971-era machine
• Vintage 100cc Open – Any pre 1975 100cc machine
• Sportsman Class – Any 125cc, 250cc, 500cc, including twin-cylinder machines up to and including model year 1974

POST-VINTAGE:

• Historic – Certain 125cc-460cc machines built up to and including the 1977 model year as the first
generation of long-travel machines. This includes four-strokes up to 636cc. Overhead cam machines are
limited to 500cc.
• GP – Certain post-1977 machines, 125cc-500cc two-stroke, and up to 580cc four-stroke with twin
shock long travel, non-linkage mono shock
• Ultima – Certain 125cc-580cc machines with linkage/single shock rear suspension without disc brake
• Ultima II – Any machine originally manufactured with disc brakes up to and including 1989 (please
note this is a change from 2019, when machines up to 1992 were permitted)
• Big Bike Open – Open to all Vintage or Post-Vintage machines up to and including 1989 (please note
this is a change from 2019, when machines up to 1992 were permitted)
• ShowMeSchultz Works (SMSW) – Wide open stock or build your own 100 air cooled two-strokes.
100cc air cooled vs any 4-stroke up to 200cc with 2 valves. (e.g., Marty Tripes Works Challenge)