The Pomeroy Cup race series is to carry on Jim Pomeroy’s motocross legacy and inspire future riders. The trophy is one that Jim won in 1970 for the CMC 1970 Western Canada Championship. His mother donated to the Tieton Highlanders Vintage Motocross Club. The 2018 Pomeroy Cup series raced at Boise, Tieton, and Washougal. The points series winner is presented one of Jim Pomeroy’s trophy to have their name added to it.
The Pomeroy Cup series uses AMA National points system. Each moto counts toward the final season standings. DNF if less than 50% of the laps were completed. The motorcycles requirements are 74 and earlier vintage 125 cc bikes with the suspension requirement of seven-inch front travel and 4 inch rear. Like design bikes, such as 75 TM, YZ, KX and CR are allowed but must also conform to vintage specs. Two-strokes max displacement is 125cc and four-stroke max displacement of 150cc. All series finalist bikes will be subject to tear down after the event if a bike is suspected of exceeding the allowed displacement.
It was first awarded to Kevin Spencer July 18th, 2015 at the Pomeroy Memorial Motocross track in Tieton, WA. He displayed it until the following year.
In 2016 the Pomeroy Cup became the three race series it currently is. There are races in Boise, ID, Tieton, WA and Washougal, WA. The Pomeroy Cup series uses the AMA National points system. Each moto counts toward the final season standings. It was won by Mike Allen. He displayed it until the following year.