Each Scouting Moto Combine gathering for 2024 will take place on the eve of both RedBud (Friday, July 5) and Ironman (Friday, August 23), where the classroom-style sessions are intertwined with on-track practice and a pair of 25-minute, plus two-lap motos. Each gathering will feature a hand-picked group of the sport’s most elite amateur prospects, done in collaboration with American motocross’ competing manufacturers in GASGAS, Honda, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, KTM, Suzuki, Triumph and Yamaha. While the Combine takes center stage on Friday, it’s also an integral part of the fanfare of Saturday’s National with a commemorative parade lap in front of the thousands of fans in attendance to kick-off the action.
“Welcoming the world’s top amateur racers for the Moto Combine is a perfect addition to the RedBud National festivities. Amateur racing is not only a big part of the pro weekend event, but also part of the RedBud legacy,” said Amy Ritchie, Partner, RedBud MX. “The Combine allows us to showcase motocross at every level, from beginners to professional champions. It gives racers and fans a glimpse of the future of pro racing and shows aspiring riders hoping to one day line up for a pro national where they need to be.”
Additional details of the 2024 MX Sports Pro Racing Scouting Moto Combine, presented by U.S. Air Force Special Warfare, will be announced in the coming months, including which amateur prospects will represent their respective manufacturer next summer.