Supercross 2000 is a racing game for the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation based on the motorbike racing sport of supercross. It was released at the end of 1999 by EA Sports, and includes campaign and multiplayer modes, as well as a "free play" feature for practicing tricks, similar to many other trick containing sports games. Supercross 2000 supports all of Nintendo's Pak peripherals. Controller Pak support is included to save settings, seasons and ghosts. Rumble Pak support is available to feel all the jumps and bumps. Expansion Pak support in the form of a high-res mode is also included.
Supercross 2000 offers a range of race and freestyle modes. Quick Race is available for gamers who want to race without worrying about options. Similarly, a Quick Freestyle option is included. Additionally, there are Single Race, Freestyle, Practice and Season modes. Single Race lets one or two players race on 16 Supercross or five amateur tracks. The Freestyle mode is a timed competition for one or two players to see who can pull off the most stunts. Practice is for some solo action and includes an option for saving a ghost. Finally, there is a Season mode for one player to compete in the entire 16-track EA Sports Supercross Series.
Supercross 2000 is licensed by the AMA and by Pace Motor Sports. It includes all 16 real stadium tracks from the EA Sports-sponsored series, as well as 25 of the top Supercross and freestyle riders from the 1998 season and features play-by-play commentary from Art Eckman of ESPN.