2022 marks the KTM Junior Supercross Challenge’s 23rd year in existence. That means over 3000 boys and girls have had the chance of a lifetime to race inside a packed stadium full of fans and on a real Supercross track, just like the pro riders they look up to. Jennifer Leads heads up the program that features an amazing group of men and women that handle the kids’ needs all day and night. Besides KTM’s huge commitment to the program, they have a host of industry-leading companies who sponsor the program, like Troy Lee Designs, 100%, Ogio, Dunlop, Leatt, Zing Graphics and Nihilo Concepts.

James Ellis all smiles ready for action.
KTM has switched over from their gas-powered 50cc SX model to the electric-powered SE5 machines.
Miriam Hopkins and Charlee Long battling for position.
Riders meeting, getting familiar with the race machine.
Free swag! Each participant gets a full set of gear from Troy Lee Designs, including a helmet, a Leatt neck brace and 100% goggles.
SX Live has toys and mini SX tracks for the kids to play on.
Controlled Chaos! Jenifer Leads and her crew do an amazing job managing KTM’s Junior Supercross Challenge.
Test rider Austin Tilley and family.


Easton Grant doing work!
The entire KTM Junior Supercross race day program is run on solar power.
Leatt braces lined up and customized for each racer.
Could this list include a future Monster Energy Supercross champion? Well, it has happened before with guys like Ryan Dungey and Zach Osborne.

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