Moto Valley Raceway For Dirt Biking

The MOST popular offroad motorcycle trail in Saskatchewan.

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East of Regina, the Moto Valley Raceway has a natural, rolling motocross track open to dirt biking. Moto Valley Raceway offers a National Motocross track, a dirt track oval, a separate track for 50cc peewee bikes, and large open areas for play riding. The main track is known to be very fast with bowled turns and banked uphill corners.

Regina Moto Valley Raceway takes advantage of a natural valley that runs through the area. The majority of the track is laid out on flat ground utilizing man made obstacles to challenge the racers. Soil conditions are hard packed, and at times on the side of blue groove. Regina Moto Valley Raceway also has a top notch Pee-Wee track separate from the main track, as well as a 40 man starting gate. The facility is maintained by the Regina Motocross Club.

To reach the Regina Motocross Clubs Moto Valley Raceway from the east side of Regina, head east on Victoria Avenue (Highway #1) for 2 km past Prince of Wales Drive. Then turn north on Towers Road running between the Tourism Regina Booth and CKCK TV. Follow the Towers Road 8 km north to the track entrance.

Overall, Moto Valley Raceway is the 1st most popular dirt bike trail of all 4 dirt biking rides in Saskatchewan. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Moto Valley Raceway including Trackside MX Park and Souris Valley MX.

Moto Valley Raceway Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Regina Motocross Club (306) 789-0813.

Base Camp:  Onsite Camping

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  50.518775, -104.492383

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  7/16/2016

ID:  21199

Moto Valley Raceway Dirt Biking Map


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