Featured DIRT BIKE TRAILS
North of Elkhart in the Cimarron National Grasslands, the Turkey Trail is a 10.5 mile one-way route. The Turkey Trail begins at the far eastern end of Cottonwood Picnic Grounds near the southern end of the Cimarron River bridge on SR27. The trail ends one mile east of Wilburton Crossing. The trail runs along an old dirt road and is relative flat, though sandy.
East of Topeka and north of Lawrence, the Perry Lake area has 10 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding through deep forest. These trails are often muddy with lots of ruts. The Perry Lake Motorcycle Trail encompasses over 140 acres of easy to difficult terrain.
Northwest of Topeka and southeast of Randolph, the Tuttle Creek ORV Area has 310 acres open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. There are miles of trails with steep climbs, sharp turns, and rugged terrain await the off-road enthusiast.
West of Topeka and northwest of Junction City, the School Creek ORV Area has 287 acres open to dirt biking. It is restricted to vehicles that are 50 inches wide or less. There is an east and west side riding areas from the parking lot.
South of Topeka and north of Lyndon, the Lake Pomona area has a 115 acre dirt biking area through woodland and praire. There are some steep climbs and rocks, as well as some easier trails for beginners and kids. This riding area is very family-oriented.
North of Wichita near Valley Center, the Jeeps Cycle Club has several tracks including a motocross track and a supercross track. The motocross track has doubles, whoops and table tops. The supercross track has very aggressive doubles, triples and whoops.