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Laguna Seca

World renown racetrack located in Northern California known for turn 8 “The Corkscrew” with a 5 ½ story drop within 450ft. Laguna Seca is a dynamic track that has hosted many legendary races in AMA, Moto GP, and World Superbike. It might be a bit of a drive for some but for the true moto enthusiast, it is holy ground worth the visit.

1021 Monterey Salinas HwySalinas, CA 93908(831) 242-8201

Chuckwalla Valley Raceway (CVR)

Located out at Desert Center between Indio and Blythe Chuckwalla is the newest track in southern California. It is a flowing track with great elevation changes and many people’s favorite, the bowl, a large, embanked turn allowing for extreme lean angle and speed. Chuckwalla’s 2.68 mile surface houses several motorcycle racing schools (ex. Star School, YCRS, etc.) and is the location for testing both motorcycles and cars for magazine and television reviews.

25300 Rice RdDesert Center, CA 92239(760) 227-3100

Willow Springs International Raceway

Willow Springs is one of the oldest tracks in Southern California, opening in 1953. It has three distinct tracks (Big Willow, Streets of Willow, and Horsethief Mile) that lend to California’s club racing history. It also houses the famous California Superbike School led by Keith Code and his many professional instructors. Willow Springs over the course of its history has been home to several racing clubs as well as the site for many movies and television shows.

3500 75th StreetRosamond, CA 93560 (661) 256-6666

Willow Springs Raceway Park

Located about 150 miles north of Orange County Button Willow provides everyone with three separate tracks, (1) West loop: 1.86 miles, (2) East loop: 1.06 miles, (3) Combined track: 3.1 miles. Button Willow allows for great versatility of the track, a great climate which allows for year-round riding, and excellent safety features that have made Buttonwillow Raceway Park the preferred racing and testing facility in California.

24551 Lerdo HighwayButtonwillow, CA 93206(661) 764-5333

Glen Helen

The most notorious track in Cali! Open Thursdays 8AM-Dusk and Saturdays 8AM-2PM. Main track for experienced-Intermediate riders, REM track for beginners (Every Saturday a race will be organized on REM track). Enduro cross track also available.

18585 Verdemont Ranch Rd,San Bernardino, CA 92405(909) 880-2154

Milestone MX

This incredible facility has 5 tracks (SX, Main, Vet, Beginners and Pee-Wee track) bike wash, MX Shop and Service department. Open every day: Mon-Fri 9AM-8PM; Sat-Sun 8AM-4PM.

12685 Holly StRiverside, CA 92509(951) 686-4669

Sunrise MX (Old 395 Raceways)

Right off the 395. This track has recently changed ownership, and has a brand new style and look. The main track is fun, yet it is not too challenging to ride. On Saturday’s the Main and Vet tracks are open from 8AM to 3PM.

1101 Race Road,Adelanto, CA 92301(760) 680-6619

Pala Raceways

The distance from LA is not ideal, but if you are an experienced rider it is well worth the trip. This track is the most challenging, but it is the most exciting in SoCal! Double, triples, step-ups and huge flat tops jumps. This location has 6 tracks so even if you are not so experienced, don’t worry Pala has the track that suits your level. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9AM-6PM.

12799 CA-76Pala, CA 92059(760) 742-0223

Perris Raceway

Best flat track racing west of the Mississippi!!! One of the greatest/fastest well-maintained flat tracks on the circuit. Perris Raceway has been a staple in the motorcycle racing sport since the 1950s and has evolved into its current form with the addition of its “new” flat track, (in addition to the existing and separate motocross track) constructed a few years ago.  Flat track racing is the track’s main attraction, but also hosts several “Speedway” races throughout the year… The track is also available to rent and has been used by many pro riders and factory teams in testing their bikes.

1205 Burton RdPerris, CA 92570(760) 742-0223

Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park

This is a premier track with a park-like atmosphere including white fences, water features, spectator tunnels, and dotted with palm trees. It’s great to ride at and great to watch others riding. Since it is located in the core of the motocross industry it’s easy to understand why you see so many pros riding here. With several riding tracks available there is something for every skill level rider. Plenty of RV parking, plus overnight camping. Ride hard, ride on!

20700 Cereal StLake Elsinore, CA 92530(951) 264-5256

Cahuilla Creek Motocross

This place is awesome! It has 3 tacks and some trails. The tracks are very well maintained. And, every staff are friendly. One of the best places to ride in So. Cal. The vet track is super fun while challenging enough to keep pushing it with natural terrain and crazy elevation.

50100 U.S. Highway 371Anza, CA 92539(951) 471-6135


Better than it’s ever been! There are tracks for all levels of riders, and they are well maintained. This track has it all whoops, doubles, triples, table tops, and more. The sand soaks up the water so no matter what the weather is like you can have an enjoyable day of riding.

7010 East Ave TPalmdale, CA 93552(661) 754-3366

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Long Beach

In Long Beach, we have three different launch ramps; Queens Way, Marine Bureau, and Rainbow Harbor. Parking is approximately $12 in the Long Beach Port. Costal: Beginners to intermediate level! It is an easy, smooth and short ride to Seal Beach (7 miles), Newport Beach (20 miles) or MDR (30 miles). Catalina: Expert level! The round trip distance is 58.6 miles.

Lake Elsinore

Largest Water craft-friendly. Must purchase a boating permit from local marinas or city hall prior to getting on the lake ($10).

Lake Perris

Riders ages 16 and older can ride from sunrise to sunset at speeds of up to 35 MPH. $8 per Watercraft to be able to ride on the lake.

Silverwood Lake

This 976-surface Acre Lake is very fun to ride in and is only $10 for a day pass.

Castaic Lake

This 350,000-acre reservoir in the Angeles National Forest has either a year-round option $135 or a daily fee of $11.

Diamond Valley Lake

Diamond Lake offers an annual pass which includes parking and launching for $450. The daily entrance will be $9 for parking and $12 for boat launching.

Pyramid Lake

Located only an hour and 1/2 from Los Angeles, and offers the wilderness experience without the lengthy travel time. Right off the 5 freeway on the Smokey Bear exit, enjoy the beauty of Pyramid Lake while doing your favorite lake activity. The daily fee for your watercraft is only $13. At the lake you can fish, swim, wakeboard, water ski, explore on your wave runners, kayak or simply just enjoy the scenery this lake has it all!

Mission Bay

Launch ramp from Santa Clara, both parking and riding are free. You can also rent PWC’s, sail and power boats, Jetpacks, kayaks, pedal boats, catamarans, and surfboards.

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