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About Us

Canada's Friendliest Motocross Club

Vintage MX Alberta is a non-profit motocross enthusiast club that holds motocross events at a wide variety of tracks in Alberta. These tracks currently include Dorva, Calgary Wildrose MX Park, Super Dave's,  Alix Xtreme Raceways, Bump, along with some private tracks like Chad's track and Mark 3 (locations shared via EMAIL only to protect their privacy). 


Our goal is for riders to interface with others in the motocross community. We focus on the riding, the technical and the social aspects of the sport. We share a love of VINTAGE motocross bikes, 1998 and older (see class breakdown below), and share information on building, maintaining and riding these bikes.


As a club, we are always open to suggestions, and welcome any help that individuals or groups may be able to provide. Our intention is to create a positive public image for both the club and the sport. 



Membership for the year is $120.00


Memberships can always be obtained at our events' registration table.


Send an e-transfer to the club's email address;, passwords are not required and the funds are deposited in the club's bank account. 


Once payment is received, you can pick up your membership card at the next club event, check the registration table.


Memberships can also be obtained by the VIP's in person (see list below).


We encourage all who are interested to purchase their memberships prior to the events. We are trying to streamline the process and to reduce the amount of paperwork at our events. 


Event DAY fees - $40 per member 

                         - $80.00 for non-members ($40 day membership/$40 day membership)

NOTE: You can attend as many of the classes as you qualify for the day.


125 CC Vintage Class

250 CC Vintage Class

500 CC Vintage Class

125 CC TransAMA Class

250 CC TransAMA Class

500 CC TransAMA Class

125 CC Evo Class

250 CC Evo Class

500 CC Evo Class

G.P. Class

NextGen Class 

Ladies Open Class


Vintage Class


Generally described as motocross bikes having twin or mono-shock suspension (no linkage and basically 7" front travel and 4" rear travel), air cooled engines and no disc brakes, Generally 1974 and like model years.


TransAMA Class


Includes the first generation of longer travel suspension,  generally 75-77.   Forward mounted shocks, and laid down  shocks,  travels limited to 9 inches front and back.  


Evo Class


As above, but without the suspension travel length restrictions. Generally 1978 to 1982 and like models.  Linkage is not permitted, Inverted forks are not permitted. No liquid cooled engines or disk brakes.  


GP Class


Constitutes more modern machines (1983 to 1987) and allows linkage, Front disc brake and water cooled engines.   Rear drum brake,  no hydraulic rear disc brakes. 


NextGen Class


Includes 1988 up to 1998 steel frame construction, linkage, disc brakes and water cooled engines,  and like models. 


Ladies Open Class


This includes any bike legal in any other class, ranging from Vintage Class all the way up to NextGen

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