Motocross racers can earn real cash rewards with Kawasaki

The Kawasaki ‘Team Green Army’ rewards programme will pay cash rewards to the top finishing Kawasaki mounted riders!

Team Green rider rewards programme

WITH the upgraded 2021 range of Kawasaki KX motocross motorcycles only recently announced, Kawasaki is excited to introduce an all-new rewards programme aimed at the amateur Motocross riders competing across the UK.

The programme allows Kawasaki-mounted riders to benefit from cash rewards if they finish near the sharp end in the race. The rewards will be paid to the top three Kawasaki riders, with them able to pick up their winnings from their local Kawasaki dealership.

For riders competing on both KX250 and KX450 machinery (2020 or 2021 model year), prize money will be paid to the top three Kawasaki mounted riders in the following classes and series throughout the respective 2021 Championships:

  • The BSMA Championship – Adult A and Adult B classes
  • The Portsmouth MX Club – MX1 and MX2 classes
  • The White Rose MX Club – A class and B Class
  • The Merthyr MX Club – MX1 Junior and MX2 Junior classes

(2021 Events, dates and venues TBC)

To apply, simply head over to and complete the online form, stating which club / Championship and class you will be competing within plus your nominated local Kawasaki dealer where you'll collect your prize money.

A Kawasaki Motors statement reads:

“As Team Green we spend a lot of time and effort supporting our professional level teams, with much success over the years. However, we understand that the grass roots level of our sport is so important, and we relish the idea of being able to support the riders who are loyal to Kawasaki.

“We believe this first step of our rewards programme is a great way of not only achieving this, but hopefully adding yet another reason for customers to choose one of the premier models from the KX range! The Team Green Army will be an inclusive programme and one which we hope will make its members feel a part of the wider Kawasaki community.”