Our mission statement is simple; to bring awareness to Autism within/via the motocross community and help our loved ones live their best lives.
The Autism MX Project focuses on four areas:
- Autism MX Day Camps are days for ASD kids and their families to have the chance to ride or drive off-road vehicles, including little and full-size dirt bikes and quads… or ride passenger in SXS’s, Jeeps, or Trophy Trucks and enjoy the Off-Road lifestyle outdoors! Come Volunteer your time or equipment!
- Team Autism MX Sponsoring Amateur MX Racers, Riders and Sponsoring AMA Pro Racers! Getting Autism Awareness seen by millions!
- AMX Puzzle Piece Apparel from Shirts & Goggles to custom AMX Graphics for your gear! Stand out and support Autism Awareness!
- AMX Ride Days for Autism Awareness AMX celebrates Autism Awareness by holding fund raisers at local tracks for The Autism MX Project! Without fund raisers AMX cant operate.
The Autism MX Project hosts day camps at local So Cal MX tracks and OHV parks where autistic children and their families are immersed in the experience of motocross and off-roading. Autistic children get the chance to ride small 50cc dirt bikes and quads by themselves in a fun and safe environment. For some of these children, it may be better to ride passenger in a SXS or Jeep, but for many of these children, any ride is the chance of a life time. Day Camps are the heart and soul of the project and this is where we started.
Local racers are getting the word out! Covered in Puzzle Pieces and Racing for a Reason!
Supercross and Motocross races typically have 40-50 thousand spectators, plus the races are broadcasted on NBC or CBS sports. This year The Speed Channel and Fuel TV are broadcasting all 16 racers, while CBS will broadcast select races.