In Briscoe County, the Lake Mackenzie ATV Area has trails with plenty of climbs and descents that are open to dirt biking. To reach the dirt bike riding area for the Lake Mackenzie ATV Area from Tulia, take TX-86 East toward Silverton. About 30 miles outside Tulia, you will reach the intersection of TX-86 and 207.
North of Santa Barbara, the Divide Peak Road OHV Route is a 12 mile dirt biking route offering views of the Santa Barbara coastline and the San Rafael Mountains. Located in the Los Padres National Forest, the Divide Peak OHV route is a multi-use route open to ATV and other users.
Northeast of Ocala, the Ocala North OHV Trail System has 35 miles of trails open to dirt biking. In addition, there are 76 miles of designated mixed-use roads where OHVs share the route with licensed vehicles.
Northeast of Montrose and east of Olathe, the Peach Valley Open Area has 100 miles roads and trails open to off-road motorcycle riding. These dirt biking trails area spread over 15,600 acres in the Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area.
Southeast of Athens near Greensboro and Union Point, the Durhamtown Plantation area has 100 miles of off-road motorcycle trails over 7,000 acres. The trails are one-way routes and are well marked.
South of Canton near East Sparta, the Bear Creek Amphitheatre has 26 miles of marked dirt bike trails spread over 180 acres. The dirt biking trails roll through forest and creeks.
North of Christchurch and southwest of Kaiapoi, the Trail Bike Park at Kaiapoi Island has dirt bike tracks spread over 40 hectares. The motor bike trails at Waimakariri River Regional Park are maintained by the Waimakariri Trail Riders Group.
Southwest of Rotorua and just east of Tokoroa, the Tokoroa Motocross Track is open to offroad motorcycle riding. There is a traditional Moto-X track and a Super-X track. The Tokoroa MX Track is located on Moffat Road on the east side of Tokoroa. Note: The track has a locked gate.
South of Johnson City and north of Erwin in the Cherokee National Forest, the Buffalo Mountain area has 8 miles of scenic, challenging dirt bike riding. Theres over 1,000 feet of vertical climbing.
From Fremont to Derry, the Rockingham Recreation Trail is a 18 multi-purpose route that is open to dirt biking. The route is in the shape of a V and has three trailheads.
Southeast of Zanesville near Blue Rock, the 4,567 acre Perry State Forest has 16 miles of very popular and challenging APV trails across an area formerly strip mined for coal that are open to dirt biking. To reach the dirt biking trailhead for the Perry State Forest from Somerset, head south on SR13 to SR669. Veer left heading east on SR669 for 5.5 miles to Redfield.
Linking Crested Butte and Aspen, the road over Pearl Pass is a challenging 40 mile dirt bike ride. This remote, rugged route combines paved roads, dirt roads and rocky tracks as it winds through meadows, aspens forest and alpine passes.
West of Castle Rock in the Rampart Range area, the Bear Creek Motorized Trail (#692) is a 7 mile loop open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The loop can be accessed from the Russell Gulch Motorized Trail (#693). Note: Colorado residents must register their off-highway vehicle with the Colorado State Parks (303) 866-3437.
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