Off-Road Recreational Motorcycles (Dirtbikes)

Effective July 1, 2021, dirtbikes can be registered in Wyoming, and driven on public roadways, excluding the Interstate.

Definition of a dirtbike:

W.S. 31-1-101 (a)(vx)(K)(II): “Off-road recreational vehicle” means: Any motorcycle not required by law to be licensed that has an unladen weight of six hundred (600) pounds or less, is designed to be ridden off-road with the operator astride upon a sear or saddle and travels on two (2) tires.

Equipment required to register and operate a dirtbike on public roadways:

Rear Reflector
Stop Lamp


Note - It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure the dirtbike has this equipment before registering and operating it on roads.

Dirtbike titles are obtained from the County Clerk, and registration is obtained from the County Treasurer.  Applicants will be required to complete the  MPV/ORV-MC Checklist Form and submit it to the respective County Official.


Multipurpose Vehicle Information


Multipurpose vehicle means a motor vehicle that is:

  1. Designed to travel on at least 4 wheels in contact with the ground

  2. Has an unladen (empty) weight of at least 300 pounds but less than 3,000 pounds

  3. Has a permanent upright seat or saddle for the driver which is mounted at least 24 inches from the ground

  4. Has an identifying number as defined by W.S. 31-1-101(a)(ix)

Multipurpose vehicles may be operated on public streets or highways, subject to the following provisions:

  1. Multipurpose vehicles shall not be operated on interstate highways.

  2. If a multipurpose vehicle is incapable of achieving the maximum speed allowed on the specific highway, it shall be operated on the extreme right hand edge of the roadway and shall be equipped with either a reflectorized flag or a slow moving vehicle emblem.