FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT THE KTM JUNIOR SUPERCROSS CHALLENGE
What is the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge (KJSC)? The KJSC is an invitational Sportminicycle event created by KTM in the mid-90’s as a high-quality intermission exhibition held at Supercross stadium events. Riders compete aboard identically prepared KTM 50 SXS Sportminicycles in a three-lap feature race. For 2014, KTM has announced 10 Supercross venues to host the KJSC.
What rounds will the KJSC be held at for 2014? The KJSC will take place at ten rounds of the AMA Supercross Series: Phoenix, Anaheim II, Anaheim III, Dallas, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Toronto, St. Louis, Houston and Las Vegas.
What are the qualifications? To qualify, applicants must be 7 or 8 years of age on the day of the event and have at least one year of prior racing experience. Applicants must maintain above average grades in the classroom. Finally, the applicants must stand no more than 52 inches in height and weigh no more than 70lbs. Being a KTM owner is not a requirement.
How are KJSC riders selected? 15 riders are chosen by random drawing from a pool of qualified applications received by the entry deadline.
Do they get to keep the bike? Sorry, but no they cannot keep the bike. However, they do receive a set of KTM PowerWear riding gear, a KJSC participation certificate and other great KJSC stuff!
KTM NORTH AMERICA, INC. Reminds riders to always wear protective gear including an approved helmet. SAFETY FIRST!