Track Amenities: Operates on the tailings of an old copper smelter. This provides the one mile circuit with intermediate to hard dirt and lots of gravel. Half of the track is on a flat area with the other half running against a hillside. Cresting on of the 150-foot climbs, riders can jump a good distance over and down the sloping drop. We have put up a gate and members will have keys. People wanting to ride for the day will have to get a hold of Jack or Steve.
Directions: Take exit 208 on I-90, go about 5 miles to the Warmsprings turn off, take a left at the lost creek turn off go 5 miles, take left at Lost Creek State Park go 2 miles and run at MX Sign. From Butte: take P-Burg/Anaconda exit 208. Take the first right after the RR tracks onto hwy 48. Take the first left onto Galen Road, Then take a left onto Lost Creek Rd. to the Lost Creek State Park. Go about 2 miles and the track will be on the left.
Contacts: Jack Roche 406.563.3789 * Steve Johnson 406.563.3749
Admission: Open Daily
Track Amenities: Owned by the oldest chartered
motorcycle club in the country, this course runs through the trees near
the Yellowstone River. The dirt varies from gumbo to loamy top soil.
Billings has long, fast sweepers, a 45-foot double, good whoops and a
nice rhythm section. There is also a scrambles track and a supercross
layout on the 2000-acre riding area. Members practice daily and race are
held on Sunday and Thursday nights.
Track Amenities: New layout with 6
double, rhythm sections, 100ft single table, new ant hill, step on -
step off rhythm section, new Washougal style whoops and sand in corners.
Complete watering system with regular track grooming.
Track Amenities: None
Track Amenities: Parking, Overnight camping on race
days, track grooming and watering, toilets, cement gate. The track is
packed bentonite that turns into slick gumbo when wet. Lay out is mostly
natural with a good variety of man-made jumps, whoops and rhythm
Track Amenities: The track is 1.25 miles long built
over packed gumbo and dry hard pack. There is a 65-foot uphill triple,
65-foot downhill triple and a ski jump that send riders a good 100 feet
through the air. Designed along the bordering hillside, there is also a
big climb and a long, winding downhill
Track Amenities: ??
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