Please check here for the Rider MX Numbers List to view the availability of numbers (updated weekly on Mondays):
(Updated as of 13.04.2018)
Inquiries: Initial requests for numbers must be made via the online form and you must have allowed sufficient time (5 working days) for your matter to be dealt with by volunteers on the Motocross Committee. Email address for senior queries only: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rider Numbers are allocated to a rider depending on how old a rider is and what grade a rider competes in.
All applications for a Rider Number are now submitted online.
Due to the incorporation of allocating Rider Numbers into the system it will take up to five working days for your number to be sent to you. Please be aware that this work is carried out after work hours by volunteers so please be patient as they assist with your inquiry.
Reserved Numbers: Any rider who has an expired licence of 6 months or more will lose their Reserved Number and will need to re-apply for a number once they have a current licence.
A Grade: 11-99
B Grade: 100-299
C Grade: 300-999
Junior numbers are based on age and grading. Please request a number suitable to your age and grading bracket.
PLEASE CAREFULLY READ
CRITERIA TO OBTAIN A JUNIOR MOTOCROSS RACE NUMBER
Applying: Juniors please complete this online form:
Seeded Numbers: Numbers from 1-10 are for riders in A Grade classes and are reserved and allocated to those riders seeded from the previous Victorian Motocross Championship results. Your current number remains reserved for that time while you have a seeded number, so you can return to it should you not earn a seeded number the following year.
Inquiries: Initial requests for numbers must be made via the online form and you must have allowed sufficient time (5 working days) for your matter to be dealt with by volunteers on the Motocross Committee. Email address for junior queries only: email@example.com.
A Grade: 11-249
B Grade: 250-499
C Grade: 500-999
Vets Over 35: v11-v999
Moving up from Junior to Senior: Junior riders moving into senior-level must have upgraded their current Junior National Licence to a Senior National Licence before they are able to ride within a senior class or receive a senior number. Junior riders also drop a grade when moving into the senior competition e.g. A Grade Junior to B Grade Senior.
Seeded Numbers: Numbers from 1 to 10 (Pro A Grade, Over 40s, and Women) are reserved and allocated to those riders seeded from previous Victorian Championship results. Your current number remains reserved for that time whilst you have a seeded number so you can return to it should you not earn a seeded number the following year.
2-Digit A Grade Numbers: To keep your 2-digit A Grade number you must compete in a minimum of two rounds of the Victorian Senior Motocross Championships the previous year. If you are unable to compete in the Championships due to injury, please send a copy of a medical certificate stating your injury with your licence number and current riding number so your riding number can remain reserved for you.
An email will be sent to notify riders if they have lost their number and you will need to re-apply for a new number.
PLEASE CAREFULLY READ
CRITERIA TO OBTAIN A SENIOR MOTOCROSS RACE NUMBER
Applying: Seniors please complete this online form: