Schedule assumes MONDAY and TUESDAY events.  Adjust days below for events on different days

SUNDAY Night  (6pm-8pm) TECH INSPECTION.
(Tire purchase and Installation is available Sunday Night also.)

  • We strongly recommend all MONDAY riders to take advantage of the Sunday Night EARLY TECH period.  It makes Monday morning go much smoother.
  • Anyone riding both Monday and Tuesday will only have to go through TECH one time, unless you have a "tip over".
  • Those riding on Tuesday only will go through Tech on Tuesday morning. 
  • In general, you can enter the track on Sunday after 5PM.  If there is a race going on, you can pay to watch the races.

NOTE:  The actual entry and tech times depend on when racing finishes, but these are generally pretty close.

MONDAY - TUESDAY

7:00 AM       Arrive at track- unpack bike, gear, etc. 

7:00 - 8:00  TECH INSPECTION - MAIN GARAGE

8:15              RIDERS MEETING (all riders)

9:00 – BLACK Group On Track

9:15 – BLUE Group  On Track

9:30 – YELLOW Group On Track

9:45 – RED & First Timers On Track

OPEN SESSIONS

10:00 & 11:00– BLACK GROUP

10:15 & 11:15– BLUE GROUP

10: 30 & 11: 30– YELLOW GROUP

10:45 & 11:45– RED GROUP

12:00 – 1:00  LUNCH

1:00 / 2:00 / 3:00 / 4:00 – BLACK GROUP

1:15 / 2:15 / 3:15 / 4:15 – BLUE GROUP

1: 30 / 2: 30 / 3: 30 / 4:30 – YELLOW GROUP

1:45 / 2:45 / 3:45 / 4:45 – RED GROUP


At the end of the first day, we usually have a TRACK WALK at 5:30 PM.  

Immediately after the track walk (about 6:30), we also do a PIZZA BUFFET DINNER for about $5 per person.  Riders are able to sleep at the track also.
 


RED GROUP:

  • Designed for beginner riders, and those not comfortable being in close proximity to other riders. 
  • If you're still getting the hang of cornering, this is the group for you.
  • PASSING areas are most limited in this group!
  • There is NO PASSING in most corners.

YELLOW GROUP:

  • Designed for intermediate riders. 
  • You should be comfortable taking corners and ride your bike with great confidence.
  • You would not consider yourself an aggressive rider.
  • You are becoming more comfortable with passing and being passed.

BLUE GROUP:

  • Designed for experienced riders. 
  • Riders in this group should be very comfortable taking corners, as well as hard acceleration and braking.
  • You are very comfortable with other riders being in close proximity and do not get "spooked" when passed.