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CHAMPIONSHIP SNOW BIKE SERIES

WE'RE ALL RACERS

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American Motorcyclist Association
Nitro Lubricants

2017-2018 RACE SCHEDULE

ROUND 1 - MINNESOTA

LOCATION: Hill City, MN

DATE: Sat, December 9, 2017

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ROUND 2 - WISCONSIN

LOCATION: Eagle River, WI

DATE: Fri, Sat, January 20-21 2018

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ROUND 3 - IDAHO

LOCATION: McCall, ID

DATE: Sat, January 27, 2018

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ROUND 4 - NEVADA

LOCATION: Reno, NV

DATE: Sun, February 10, 2018

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ROUND 5 - MONTANA

LOCATION: Kalispell, MT

DATE: Saturday, February 24, 2018

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ROUND 6 - MONTANA

LOCATION: W. Yellowstone, MT

DATE: Sun, March 12, 2018

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ROUND 7 - OREGON

LOCATION: Diamond Lake, OR

DATE: Sun, March 26, 2018

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OUR SPONSORS

We are a company located in the central US with a focus to provide premier oil and lubrication products for high demading applications. With a history in the transportation and heavy equipment industry, Nitro Lubricants understands the characteristics necessary to get the job done.

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CONTINGENCIES

The race series doesn't pay pro cash (yet). But a number of our partners are paying contingency cash if you are winning with their products. Not paying pro cash is part of the reason why our entry fees are super low.

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NEWS

CAMSO Releases 2017 AMA Championship Snow Bike Series Racer Contingency Program

Camso racers will take home $500, $350 or $150 for first, second and third place in A Mains at 2017 AMA series events, and season championships will pay $1,000 for the top overall man and $700 for the top overall woman.   All told, there is almost $11,000 cash on the line for Camso racers.

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Jimmy Jarrett Wins AMA Snow Bike Race - Round 2, Morgan, UT

Jimmy Jarrett Wins AMA Snow Bike Race - Round 2, Morgan, UT

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AMA SANCTIONED

The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) has been the national sanctioning body for US motorcyclists for almost 100 years. Snow Biking is a motorcycle sport, so it makes sense to shade it under the AMA tree.

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HOW TO BECOME A RACER

  • Desire: If your love of riding and racing your motorcycle gets interrupted by winter and you find yourself checking the calendar for spring, you no longer have to put your bike up on its stand for the season. Now there is a winter fix – snow bikes.
  • Equipment: Most importantly, you need to convert your off-road motorcycle into a winter snow bike. If you are unfamiliar with the available equipment you can start with our snow bike kit partners who all build specialized kits for many bike manufacturers. Additionally, we have a great connection for anyone who is shopping for a snow bike. (Link to Timbersled, Camso, Moto Trax, CMX, and MX Snow Tech) A great place to check used equipment is at Snomoto.com.
  • AMA License: All of the AMA Championship Series Races require that riders have a current AMA membership. You can purchase a one-day license to race or either an annual license that enables you to race at amateur AMA sanctioned event, across the country. You can purchase the $49 annual license Here or you can opt to purchase either the $20 daily or the annual license at the events. Bring your card or your receipt with you to verify the membership number and expiration date before you can race.
  • Request Race Number: Before you race your snow bike, we ask that you take the time to request a race number by filling out and submitting the form on our website. You can check the number list and chose from the available numbers. If you opt to not change your number plate, you will have to wear a number bib over your gear, which for some is not a favorite thing to do.
  • Race under the Rules: We have AMA racing rules in place for all riders along with supplemental rules for snow bike racing. Read More.
  • Attend: Go to the closest AMA Championship Snow Bike Race near you or travel your butt off to find one. Either way, our racing format is designed so that at the end of the heats, all riders will be racing in groups that are relatively riding at the same skill and speed. We have a riders meeting after practice times and everyone is required to attend. Our team is happy to answer any and all of your questions and welcoming you to this brand new winter sport.
  • Be Prepared: For exhilarating fun! We’re all racers.
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Sarah Whipple

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We want to help you get involved with the AMA Snow Bike Series. If you have questions, we have answers. Whether you want to be a racer, sponsor, or just get some information, we’re here to help.