On Thursday, December 5th, we’ll publish a new blog post that will automatically go live at exactly 6 PM CST for Amateur Class registration for the 2020 TKO.
It will contain separate links to register for men and women. The maximum number of registrations for men: 400.
$100 REGISTRATION FEE
The 2020 registration fee is $100 ($80 plus a $20 transponder fee)
FEE IS NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERRABLE
No refunds will be issued for cancelations. Registrations may not be sold or transferred to another rider.
ACTIVE AMA MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED
The TKO is an AMA Grand National event for Amateurs. Therefore, during registration, you will be asked for your AMA number which needs to be current/active. It’s required for the TKO online registration as no AMA day-passes will be available on-site at the event.
To complete your registration, you will be required to click on the Pay Now with PayPal or Credit Card button on the registration form. Please click this button only ONCE! This will redirect you to PayPal where you can complete your transaction. If you already have a PayPal account and want to use your PayPal balance, or a card or bank account linked to your PayPal account, we suggest you login to your PayPal account prior to registration opening to make your checkout smoother.
If you do not have a PayPal account, you can create a free account at PayPal.com and link your credit card ahead of time; this will also make your checkout much smoother.
If you do not have a PayPal account and do not want to create one, that’s okay too. Just click the Pay with PayPal or Credit Card button and you’ll be sent to PayPal to enter your information at the time of checkout. This does not affect your place in line. Once you click the Pay with PayPal or Credit Card button on the registration site, your spot is secured while you finish checking out.
Once you’ve paid, either with your PayPal balance or a credit card on the PayPal website, you’ll receive a confirmation email from TKO confirming your purchase and spot in the race. Please check your spam or junk mail folder before reaching out to us.