About

Who is CMX Racing?

The racing season is comprised of motocross events that are divided into three separate racing series; Spring/Summer, Provincial and a Fall grouping. ATV racers benefit from a separate racing series which spans through the racing season. In addition to riders receiving awards at the individual races, the top three riders in each class are honored at the annual CMX awards banquet. In what has become a tradition, CMX organizes an Amateur National which is held every August during the Civic holiday. Amateur competitors from all across the province travel to compete in the weekend long event. Champions crowned at the CMX Amateur National are well on the way to becoming tomorrow’s stars!.

Commitment

CMX puts every effort forward to work with municipal councils and local communities to ensure each event is properly orchestrated and executed to its greatest potential. Our commitment to quality attracts the most talented riders, brings out the most enthusiastic fans, and creates the most exciting racing anywhere.

History

CMX Racing was started in 2002. We noticed a significant need for quality racing in the Ontario market and decided to form a new organization that placed focus on making sure the riders were treated to the longest motos packed into the shortest racing day. Celebrating its 7th year of competitive off-road racing, CMX Racing has grown to over 1,000 members and has become recognized as an innovative racing organization. CMX’s exclusive electronic registration system, which creates a seamless process for competition entries and on-screen advertising opportunities, is just one example. CMX cares deeply about its constituents, its fans, its sponsors and the longevity of organized off-road competition.