Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the sport next season.
Monster Energy Supercross enters its 50th anniversary season next year and themed rounds have been detailed for 2024, including a nod to the prestigious history of the sport.
Celebrating the past, round three in San Diego will play host to the retro-themed night, with race teams, athletes and industry encouraged to run historical graphics from previous decades.
AT&T Stadium, Arlington, will host the military appreciation night for round seven, honoring past and present members of the US military. As seen in previous seasons, riders and teams will boast military-inspired graphics across their liveries.
Round 14 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, will see the annual Love Moto Stop Cancer race return, honoring the kids at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Launched in 2019, the event showcases St. Jude patient-inspired artwork across bike graphics and gear.
These items are then donated to the annual Supercross-St. Jude auction, an initiative that raised over $130,000 in 2023 alone. The year-long text-to-donate campaign supporting St. Jude will launch at round two at Oracle Park in San Francisco, California.
Additionally, registration is now open for all 10 rounds of the 2024 KTM Junior Supercross program – the initiative entering its 25th year with the Monster Energy Supercross Championship.
The popular youth development program will culminate with an additional championship race featuring the winners from each of the 10 rounds in Salt Lake City, Utah at the season finals. To register and for more information, visit www.ktmjrsx.com.