Glen Helen, Star West, Milestone MX Ranch, Perris Raceway, Pala Raceway, Competitive Edge, Barona Oaks: all dream tracks with up to 6 different tracks at each site. Let your dreams come true!
Each track is regularly watered and shaped, if necessary, several times a day. Flag persons are placed at each training session, and emergency rescue workers are located on-site. You’ll also find snack bars, and at least one good MX shop nearby. With luck, your riding partners could be Jeff Emig, Ezra Lusk, Chad Reed, James Stewart, Rick Johnson or Jeremy McGrath!
Nothing can better describe the feeling of freedom when riding. You can ride through areas that, in Europe, you would not even be allowed to enter on foot, without fear of getting trouble from foresters or policemen. No predefined paths or trails. Dunes, beaches, mountains, forests, deserts, rocks, fields, etc, etc, etc. Riding without limits!
250 / 450cc fourstroke bikes, lifted US trucks, 4-star accommodations in a 430 sqm luxury villa, two terraces, BBQ, firepit, waterfall and lots of palm trees to relax – we have everything you need to enjoy an unforgettable MX holiday!
The biggest difference between US tracks and European tracks is that in the US, the tracks are all commercially operated and not subject to a club structure. Track owners need a large number of riders to stay in business, and the only way to keep these riders is to offer perfect track layouts and great care of track conditions for motocross.
The individual MX Tracks differ in their degree of difficulty and their location.
Many of the California MX tracks are flat, or have only minor elevation changes (similar to SX tracks).
Because technology is constantly evolving in the MX sport, the track layouts are also adjusted on a regular basis. In Europe, most track layouts are from the time when we used drum brakes and twin struts.
In short, the California tracks are the dream of any dirtbike rider. The dirt is wet enough to prevent dust, but dry enough to provide optimal grip. The jumps are smooth and shaped in a precise RADIUS. Tables, doubles, triples, Stepups and endless whoops. These fantastic conditions remain throughout the day, and under lights in the evening.
OCOTILLO WELLS – These are the hills where all professional riders from the magazines make their amazing jumps. Desert, rocks and natural jumps. At Ocotillo Wells, you can have a lot of fun with small bikes. The ground is solid, and you can use regular tires. The area is huge and offers hour-long tours.
BEAUMONT- This area is visually similar to “TeleTubby-land”. Hilly, grassy terrain, an “outstanding-riding-location”. There’s also the steepest ascents and descents, the narrowest mountain ridges, the deepest gorges and the highest “maneuverability risk”. If you pee in your pants after only the first few meters, it doesn´t even matter, because you will really have a lot of fun. And if that isn’t enough, there are also mountain lions, snakes and tarantulas that you should watch out for. In spite of all the enthusiasm, you must be careful and have respect for the location. But we MX riders love the risk…or not?
UTAH – Unfortunately, Utah is too far away from us, so we really only go when we plan the freeriding tour. But in the freeriding tour, this amazing state is a must-do. Here, we have the opportunity to navigate areas that even California cannot offer. You cannot have more beautiful moments on a bike than in Utah. An absolute dream. BUT PLEASE: Your riding level must be a bit higher to really get the chance to enjoy this area on a bike!
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