Austin MotoSports Association

Off road motorcycling for the entire family

AMSA's Links of the Month

Spring - Are you interested in finding the most buzz on the Internet, especially in your field of interest? (hint: Motocross). Give a click.

Gamers seek, run, & have fun!

Welcome to AMSA!

Have a look around AMSA and see what catches your interest.

So What's New?

AMSA is now on Facebook. As always remember to Watch the AMSA discussion forum for current club news.

AMSA member Stuart Watson (Watson Surveying) recently traveled to the Final Round of EnduroCross From Las Vegas, NV - 2013 and shares the entire 3 hour event - WOW! Thanks for sharing Stuart!
Also as mentioned in November's LOM RacerTV hosting a few motorcycle races online and even older classics like the 1988 Blackwater 100.

Keep up to date with the 2014 AMA National MX/SX schedule at: and/or Remember to follow on FaceBook and Twitter with your goggles on from all the roost.

If you don't get SPEED or FUEL TV channels you can catch racing online at:, or, often offering live broadcasts.

The weather may have spoiled a few ride days recently, watch the AMSA Forum and/or our Facebook page for our next Family Day ride.

Have you noticed almost everyone has a helmet-cam nowdays? I myself have fallen into the addiction of recording and posting videos online. I've found a few sure to catch your interest to share... (Let me know if you have helmet-cam video to share & I'll link yours. Meanwhile checkout: Goertz Ranch, Powell Ranch, MacDillon, TeamScream, ADVMX.
Share yours and be a GoPro HERO...

GoPro Be a HERO

A few of us dirt bikers have gone to the streets (because we can't get enough riding) myself included. If you're interested, you're in luck, I'll share some personal reports and website for your entertainment. Here's our Annual Big Bend trip website sponsored by TeamScream motorcycles, won't you come join us in May 2014?. A few AMSAers have gone south, way south-west (Big Bend, Tx) ahead of our annual motley-crew and they graciously shared their trip report.


AMSA meetings are now held at our Family Day events. We hope you can join us and learn more about AMSA and the Family Day riding activities. We encourage you to visit the AMSA discussion forum for club activities.

Upcoming TORCS race events, see the TORCS Website for more info.

TORCS and TORN racing seasons has begun.

Are you sporting a AMSA club T-shirt? David Wilson and myself have worked very hard to develop a design that's sure catch everyone's eye when sporting it about.

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2008 AMSA T-Shirt

AMSA Web Cards are here! I'm jones-ing to add your photos so send them to me, no excuses now.

I'm always adding new Blog entries so RSS Subscribe or check for updates often. You know I'm beginning to believe AMSA may have the largest collection of on-line Moto-Games on the Web (prove me wrong). So be sure to share this news with the kiddos.

I invite you to check out the "AMSA 411 Blog" as well as the old Blog for some additional great information.

Support your local motorcycle shops that support your sport.

Visit the Sponsors Web sites and please mention gratitude from AMSA for there support.
AMSA meeting photo

Last but not least... please remember to give gratitude to the AMSA Officers who volunteers and help stitch this club into the community that it is.
Give these members a pat on the back and a cold one someday and let them know you appreciate the hard work they put in to your club.
AMSA members out front of Fudruckers after club meeting

Have A Question...?

Please visit the AMSA and other discussion forums to ask questions. Fellow officers and members can answer most questions.

Ride safe and enjoy!

AMSA Photos of the Month

Changing ways... We're doing away with Pictures of the Month. Now we're simply randomly loading a photo each time this page is loaded.
If you are a AMSA member and would like your photo to randomly display here please send me your photo. Due to the layout there are a few necessary requirements that should be met. First the image should be between 500 and 700 pixels wide. The height is less important but optimum height is 378 pixels tall.

E-mail you photo's to for inclusion in AMSA's random photo display (e.g. photo at the top of this page).

Last Updated: Tuesday, 23 September 2014 at 09:46 PM