Motorcycling Queensland subcommittees are responsible for grading riders in their discipline so that they compete in classes and competitions that are relevant to their skill level and ability.

New junior and senior competition licence holders will usually start in the amateur class to ensure they have time to adapt to the level of competition.

Junior riders who turn senior will also usually commence in the amateur class of competition.

Subcommittees will periodically review results at their monthly meetings and advise Motorcycling Queensland of riders who have been regraded. Motorcycling Queensland will then notify riders of their regrading and forward a certificate advising riders of their new grade.

Riders who want to be considered for regrading can email Motorcycling Queensland and provide supporting evidence such as results and experience. Supporting evidence is used to assess an applicant.

Anybody wishing to be considered for a Motocross grading must fill out the Motocross Grading Request Form.

The following Motorcycling Queensland gradings lists are currently available:

Junior Motocross

Senior Motocross

Womens Senior Motocross

Road Racing

Supermoto

Moto-Trials

Enduro

 
 

Riders wanting to compete in any of the riding disciplines noted below are first required to undertake a special competency test to ensure that they have the required skills and ability to participate in this discipline. Contact your local club to find coaches in your region who can run competency tests for these endorsements:


Supercross

A person may not compete in a Supercross race unless that person is:

1) at least 12 years of age; and
2) holds a current national licence; and
3) has successfully completed a Supercross Training and competency school; and
4) has had their licence endorsed accordingly.



Freestyle Motocross

A person may not compete in Freestyle Motocross unless that person is:

1) at least 16 years of age; and
2) has a current senior national competition licence; and
3) has been endorsed for supercross; and
4) has successfully completed a Freestyle Motocross Training and competency school; and
5) has had their licence endorsed accordingly. 



Road Bike Freestyle

A person may not compete in Road Bike Freestyle unless that person is:

1) at least 18 years of age; and
2) has a current senior national licence; and
3) has successfully completed the assessment for Road Bike Freestyle; and
4) has had their licence endorsed accordingly.

 

 

 

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