Motocross is a thrilling sport that combines the speed and agility of a motorcycle with the skill and daring of a professional racer. It takes place on an enclosed dirt course filled with jumps, bumps, and berms. Riders must stay in control while navigating the course with their modified, off-road motorcycles. Motocross is a physically and mentally challenging sport that tests riders’ concentration and dexterity. Racers must be able to think quickly and make split second decisions on how to maximize their speed and maneuverability over the course. This can result in some of the most exciting racing around! So, are you ready to test your knowledge on motocross? Let's jump in and see how much you know!
1) What is the maximum number of riders on the starting gate of an AMA national motocross race?
2) At which major international event was motocross first featured?
3) What metric unit is used to measure motorcycle engine displacement?
4) What country is the birthplace of motocross?
5) What is the lowest starting gear for a motocross bike?
6) What time of year is the AMA Motocross championship season?
7) What name is given to a motocross trick performed while in the air?
8) What is the approximate maximum speed a motocross bike can reach?
9) What is the smallest bike size regularly used for motocross?
10) What type of terrain is generally used for motocross racing?
11) What type of gear is recommended for motocross riders?
12) Which part of the bike is often referred to as the “heart” of a motocross bike?
13) Who is considered to be the “King of Motocross”?
14) What type of fuel is used in a motocross bike?
15) What type of race is the longest in motocross?
16) What is the purpose of the clutch on a motocross bike?
17) What is the name of the longest running motocross series in the USA?
18) What type of tires are used on motocross bikes?
19) What is the most common hand guard used in motocross?
20) What type of terrain is most challenging for motocross riders?
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