2020 AMA Supercross Schedule

The 2020 AMA Supercross Schedule presented below complete with an unparalleled resource of personalized, printable driving directions to each venue showcases supercross's gnarliest talent from around the globe on extremely challenging and technical indoor tracks which have the riders airing out monstrous gaps & blitzing whoops you or I might have trouble Rolling although if you're unable to make it to any of the rounds have no fear, as we have the complete supercross TV schedule complete with dates, times and the broadcast network airing each round.

If you want to take it outdoors, we've got you covered with the Full AMA Outdoor Motocross Schedule complete with addresses and more info, all related to each venue hosting each race.

COVID-19 Race Changes
Due to COVID-19 Restrictions Indy, Detroit, Seattle, Denver, Foxboro, Vegas and the Final Salt Lake City Round have been modified to run within an abbreviated span in a Made For TV format within Rice Eccles Stadium WITHOUT fans in attendance. Please See The Supercross TV Schedule

  1. Anaheim I Supercross
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    2000 East Gene Autry Way,
    Anaheim, California 92806
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    901 North Broadway,
    St Louis, Missouri 63101

  3. Anaheim II Supercross
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    2000 East Gene Autry Way,
    Anaheim, California 92806
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    1 Cardinals Drive,
    Glendale, Arizona 85305
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    7000 Coliseum Way,
    Oakland, California 94621
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    100 Park Boulevard,
    San Diego, California 92101
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    4201 North Dale Mabry Hwy,
    Tampa, Florida 33607
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    One AT&T Way,
    Arlington, Texas 76011
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    1414 Andrew Young Intl Blvd NW,
    Atlanta, Georgia 30313
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    1801 West Intl Speedway Blvd,
    Daytona Beach, Florida 32114
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    500 South Capitol Avenue,
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
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    2000 Brush Street,
    Detroit, Michigan 48226
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    800 Occidental Avenue South,
    Seattle, Washington 98134
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    1701 Bryant Street,
    Denver, Colorado 80204
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    1 Patriot Place,
    Foxboro, Massachusetts 02035
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    7000 East Russell Road,
    Las Vegas, Nevada 89122
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    451 South 1400 East,
    Salt Lake City, Utah 84112

If you've never been to a Monster Energy supercross, you'll definitely want to get to the races when the gates open, this way you can check out the "FanFest" where you can stalk your favorite rider for an autograph, picture and a hand shake.

Additionally, While you're looking for Ken Roczen or Eli Tomac for an autograph, before these guys head out on the track you'll be able to get an up close look at their bikes riddled with Unobtanium.

Why You Want to Show Up To The Races Early:
In addition to taking in all the eye candy in the pits, from Monster Girls to the Factory Hardware, there's practice sessions before the qualifiers so you'll get to watch the riders get familiar with the track, then beat down practice laps before proving themselves in the qualifier heat races and LCQ, then when the gate drops for the Main Event, prepare to be amazed by the raw talent coming out of the first turn!

There's NO mistaking that SX IS off-road motorcycle racing action that's unparalleled on a track with jump faces that look like walls, and whoops you could lose a bike in, so be sure to get to one of these races where you'll witness riders putting together gaps and transferring sections that us mere mortals only day dream of.

If you're looking for the ultimate in racing, the Daytona SX is indisputably the roughest and gnarliest "Indoor" track on the circuit where the track and racing often gets brutal and is always a fan favorite.

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