2022 Australian Supercross Championship

Australian Supercross  |  29 April 2022

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After being absent for the last 2 years due to unfortunate circumstances, The Fox Australian Supercross Championship ASX is back and is going to be bigger than ever! With a 5 round series announced and the promise of some epic venues, incredible racing and world class riders, this is going to be one exciting series for Supercross fans and the moto community around the globe. All being held inside Australian stadiums in front of thousands of spectators, we are stoked to be a part of this series being the official retail partner of the ASX.

A new era of Australian Supercross begins:

Our Partnership

We are thrilled to continue the partnership with the Australian Supercross Championship in 2022. The Aus Supercross program is the premier professional racing series in Australia and we couldn’t be more excited to be working with the team at AME. Before the pandemic, the Australian Supercross series had been a platform for world-class riders to attend and race each year, such as Justin Brayton, Chad Reed, Dan Reardon, Luke Clout, Craig Anderson and Jay Marmont to name a few. Being able to work alongside the AME and Motorcycling Australia to grow the Supercross segment is something we are very excited about. Our team at MXstore aim to grow the sport and encourage everyone to ‘RIDE MORE’ with a great Pit Presence, activities and more for all ages at each and every round. We also have a few other things planned so make sure you keep up to date with our social media channels to find out exactly what that is!

2019 ASX Success:

After the success of the last series in 2019 with over 75,000 spectators across the 5 rounds and for the first time ever in Australian Supercross history, 35,000 race fans packed into Marvel Stadium in Melbourne for the season finale. The 2019 series featured many international riders and even 2022 East Coast Supercross Champion Aussie Jett Lawrence at a mere 16 years of age. The series also included live broadcasts available for both the Auckland and Melbourne rounds so we can't wait for the 2022 season to begin in October this year.

Pictured: Ricky "The GOAT" Carmichael, Joey Savatgy and Jason Anderson

The 5 rounds are being held all over Australia for 22/23 Series:

Rd 1 – TBC

Rd 2 – NSW, November 26th, 2022

Rd 3 – NSW, December 3rd, 2022

Rd 4 – WA, January 14th, 2023

Rd 5 – SA, January 21st, 2023

Watch the Live Stream here

Pictured: WIN Stadium - Woolongong, NSW

We are in for something special:

Continually growing Australian Supercross, with more fans, more riders and brands alike from all over the world, the entire moto industry is very interested in what the Southern Hemisphere has to offer. The timing of the series has also played a major role in supplying a perfect environment for international riders and teams to test and fine tune their bikes ready for the world series. With the goal to grow the sport, the 2022 series will generate more interest than ever before so keep your eyes peeled for the best Australian Supercross Series we've ever experienced all here on our home soil. Keep up to date with the latest direct from ASX here!


Comments (3)

KEN OATH!

Great news! - hope the public gets behind it anyway they can and help the sport out. Get the aussie riders to mix it up with some international talent too. Awesome exposure for the aussie riders/teams and the sport in general.

Nick on 15 May 2022
That's for sure! It's going to be great to have it back and get more people into our awesome sport!
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Rd1

Surly we could host this at Suncorp stadium but even Qsac where it was held would be awesome.

Steve on 15 May 2022
We can't wait for the Round 1 location to be announced! Keep your eyes peeled!
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Rd1

Hi I hope round 1 will be in qld! Will be a big shame if it’s not

JDR on 12 May 2022
We will have our fingers crossed mate, no matter where it is we are in for some epic racing!
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