Cal City MX Park

The 103rd most popular offroad motorcycle trail in California.

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Northeast of California City, the California City MX Park has two tracks open to dirt biking. There is one main track and one pee-wee track. The main track consists of jumps ranging from 10-110 feet. Tabletops, doubles, rhythm sections, swooping berms, whoops, step-ups, step-downs, and a few other surprises are included. Off camber spots and natural terrain are utilized in the track design. Lap times are over 2 minutes depending on your level of riding and how hard you twist the throttle. Track soil is made up of sand, decomposed granite, and some clay. The Pee Wee track is made up of doubles, whoops, straight-aways, and a tabletop. This track is completely enclosed in hay bales, except for the exit, as to maintain a high level of safety for the young rider. This track is strictly for beginners and pee wee dirt bikes.

The California City MX Park is located at 24510 168th Street in California City.

Overall, Cal City MX Park is the 103rd most popular dirt bike trail of all 120 dirt biking rides in California. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Cal City MX Park including California City Riding Area, Rasor OHV Area, Stoddard Valley OHV Area, Mojave Road, El Mirage Dry Lake ORV Area and Johnson Valley ORV AreaOlancha Dunes Riding Area.

Cal City MX Park Dirt Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Cal City MX Park (760) 977-9774; California Tourism (916) 444-4429; Academy ATV/Dirt Bike Rental (619) 840-0057.

Best Season:  Any

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  35.177757, -117.830442

Date Published:  12/31/2015

Date Updated:  1/22/2017

ID:  21879

Cal City MX Park Dirt Biking Map


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