The season will begin on August 14 in downtown Reno NV, and finish at
the AMA Red Bull Supermoto A-Go-Go in Las Vegas in November. In
between, the series will visit cities nationwide resulting in a
seven-round championship.

As was the case in 2003, the championship’s inaugural year, the 2004
schedule remains fall-based. In part, this was done to allow top level
riders who compete in other AMA Pro Racing and World Championship
events the greatest opportunity to participate in AMA Supermoto.

In March, AMA Pro Racing announced a significant improvement to the
championship structure designed to encourage participation from top
riders while still rewarding those who commit to the entire series.
Mirroring a traditional cumulative-points championship, while still
placing emphasis on the season finale, points will be awarded to the
top 20 finishers in every 2004 event with double points available to
top finishers at the championship finale. A team championship will also
be up for grabs in 2004 in both classes: AMA Supermoto and Supermoto

Eligibility for the championship finale will be granted to any rider
who has qualified for a main event in any of the regular-season events
leading up to the last round. Former FIM World Champions and any rider
who has earned points at an FIM World Championship event in the current
season will also be eligible to enter the season finale in Las Vegas.

Outdoor Life Network (OLN) will continue to televise AMA Supermoto and
that efforts to air the championship in select markets worldwide are in
the works.

Round 1 – August 14,15 – Reno NV

Round 2 – August 28,29 – Copper Mountain Resort & Village CO

Round 4 – September 11 – Music City Motorplex, Nashville TN

Round 5 – September 18 – South Boston Speedway, South Boston VA

Round 6 – October 17 – Del Mar Fairgrounds, Del Mar CA

Round 7 – November TBA – Las Vegas NV

Courtesy AMA Pro Racing

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