Well its offical, from Unadilla to Colorado. No more stop in Ohio at Kenworthy's. I bet you folks in Colorado that love MX are happy!! :cry: I just read this on Cyclenews! This is a press release from AMA Pro Racing... PICKERINGTON, Ohio (Oct. 22, 2004) -- AMA Pro Racing has released its schedule for the 2005 AMA Motocross Championship. The championship consists of 12 rounds including a new round in Lakewood, Colo. Additionally, similar to 2004, the series begins and ends in California and provides teams and riders with an off-weekend between the end of the THQ AMA Supercross Series and the beginning of the AMA Motocross Championship. AMA Pro Racing SX/MX Series Manager Steve Whitelock is excited about the addition of the Colorado round. "We're looking forward to bringing AMA Motocross to racing fans in the Denver area," said Whitelock. "We're confident that the new event at Thunder Valley will be a nice complement to the existing schedule. Plus, it enables us to reach a region of the Unites States that has lacked an AMA Motocross race. " The 2005 AMA Motocross Championship schedule is as follows: May 21-22: Hangtown Classic, Sacramento, Calif. May 18-29: High Point Raceway, Mt. Morris, Penn. June 11-12: Motocross 338, Southwick, Mass. June 18-19: Budds Creek Motocross Park, Budds Creek, Md. July 2-3: Red Bud Track-N-Trail, Buchanan, Mich. July 16-17: Unadilla Valley Sports Center, New Berlin, N.Y. July 23-24: Thunder Valley Motocross Park, Lakewood, Colo. July 30-31: Washougal Motocross Park, Washougal, Wash. Aug. 13-14: Spring Creek Motocross Park, Millville, Minn. Aug. 20-21: Broome-Tioga Sports Center, Binghamton, N.Y. Sept. 3-4: Steel City Raceway, Delmont, Penn. Sept. 10-11: Glen Helen Raceway Park, San Bernardino, Calif.