2014 KTM Jr. SX Challenge


The KTM Junior Supercross Challenge is returning in 2014 to bring your rider the experience of racing in front of cheering fans on the same supercross track as their racing heroes.

The KJSC is easily a favorite event on the Monster Energy Supercross circuit for families and spectators. Over the years, the challenge has showcased the talents of more than 2,600 boys and girls in stadium racing venues worldwide. Now is your child's chance to become a part of KJSC history. There is still time to register for the 2014 rounds, giving your child an opportunity to be a part of one of the most unique racing experiences around.

KJSC Coordinator Christy Brosius couldn't have put the event in better words, as she told us:

"The KJSC program provides talented mini riders and their families with an unmatched experience of a lifetime. From the time the mechanic goes over bike set-up, to the track walk and autograph session, all the way up to competing in the night show, each participant is left with a memory of a day in the life of a factory racer . While the KJSC event provides entertainment to Supercross fans, more importantly, the program supports motorcycle racing as family sport at any age!"

Here are a few perks your rider will receive if selected for the challenge:

  • Receive a complete KTM PowerWear riding outfit (pants, jersey, gloves)
  • Receive a KTM Jr. Supercross Challenge Participation Certificate
  • Receive 4 complimentary passes
  • Receive a day of factory rider treatment
  • Participate in the KJSC during the intermission of Saturday night’s main event

The KJSC is a fun family event that is focused on providing a supportive and entertaining environment for the riders and parents, as well as the fans. Every young rider dreams of taking racing in front of a packed stadium, and the challenge is a great opportunity for your child to experience the excitement of Supercross from the perspective of the pros. Speaking of pros, the KJSC alumni list includes big names like Zach Osborne, Ryan Dungey, Mike Alessi, who all participated in the event as kids.

In 2014 the KJSC will stop at 10 rounds across the country:

Visit to find out if your child is eligible to participate in the challenge, and apply online today!

Chelsea Stratso